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Seagrave

Seagrave in The Blues Brothers, Movie, 1980 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Fire truck — Model origin: US

Seagrave

Position 02:15:33 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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pokeoddsponge US

2010-03-14 04:08

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Cincinatti cab. Not sure of what the other makes would be.

Ddey65 US

2010-03-14 07:03

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I originally thought it was the Mack CF.

typhlosion US

2010-03-14 08:31

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i can't believe its not butter!

pokeoddsponge US

2010-03-14 17:48

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It could be a Mack cab, its hard to tell from here. The cab looks a little high.

Cincinattti cab: Link to "www.mcfd.org"
Mack C-95: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3461/3760649634_3aa20a097a.jpg
Mack CF: http://www.ericsfirepics.com/citizen/Derby%28East_End%29_FormerEngine2.jpg

G-MANN UK

2010-03-14 20:38

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typhlosion wrote i can't believe its not butter!


:??:

rjluna2 US

2010-03-14 20:53

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Product from http://www.icantbelieveitsnotbutter.com/Home.aspx :D

G-MANN UK

2010-03-14 20:58

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I know what I Can't Believe It's Not Butter is, we have it in Britain :p But why did he mention it?

rjluna2 US

2010-03-14 21:10

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I guess typhlosion take the meaning for the substitution for another brand name fire truck :/

Propliner US

2010-03-15 02:30

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It is a Cincinnati Cab. American Lafrance, Seagrave and a number of other fire truck manufactures used this cab in many of their models. I think that the CFD had Seagraves with Cincinnati Cab's at the time, so I would guess it is a Seagrave.

ingo DE

2010-03-15 11:35

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rjluna2 wrote Product from http://www.icantbelieveitsnotbutter.com/Home.aspx :D


I see, it's still allowed in the USA. In Germany it's forbidden since many years, to use the term "butter" in ads and commercials for margarine. There was a court-proceeding between a big dairy-company and a margarine-maker.

-- Last edit: 2010-03-15 11:36:58

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