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FWD Unknown

FWD Unknown in San Francisco International, Movie made for TV, 1970 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Fire truck — Model origin: US

FWD Unknown

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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stronghold EN

2007-02-10 09:41

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-- Last edit: 2007-02-10 09:44:07

valiant1962 AU

2007-02-10 12:19

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Looks a bit like a Ford C-Series

Pokeoddsponge US

2007-02-10 18:22

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Ford C-Series modified by a fire apparatus manufacturer. (Possibly Maxim, which went out of buisness in 1990 and isnt usually seen outside of the northeast US and nearby Canada)

Ddey65 US

2007-07-15 14:48

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Actually, it's an FWD that copies the cab from Ford. Both FWD and Mack copied Ford's design for a Medium-Duty COE truck, and Ford sued the pants off of Mack.

Firebird86 US

2007-07-15 17:04

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Ddey65 wrote Actually, it's an FWD that copies the cab from Ford. Both FWD and Mack copied Ford's design for a Medium-Duty COE truck, and Ford sued the pants off of Mack.


Could you locate a model name?

Ddey65 US

2007-07-15 21:01

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Firebird86 wrote
Could you locate a model name?

I wish I knew the model name. But the Mack duplicate is called the N-Series.

Propliner US

2010-08-10 03:15

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These are the two FWD 4x4 crash trucks bought by San Francisco International Airport. According to my Yankee fire apparatus delivery list, it only lists one delivery to this airport, a 1960 FWD 6x6 crash truck assigned to Crash-41.

Fireman5230 US

2011-04-16 06:45

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The Ford C was build by BUDD. Mack had RIGHTS TO IT and it was called the MACK N Model.

You will find this was maybe made by YANKEE or WALTHERS

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