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By Walter M. P. McCall. Take an exciting look at one of the most distinctive fire engines in American fire apparatus history. High-quality buildersâ€™ photos show the 19-year production life of the Seagrave 70th Anniversary Series. Popular fire apparatus historian Walter M.P. McCall begins this photographic history with the delivery of the first 70th Anniversary Series pumpers to Seagraveâ€™s home city of Columbus, Ohio and ends with the delivery of the last - nearly two decades later - to New Haven, CT. See a wide variety of apparatus, ranging from stock-model pumpers and ladder trucks to custom-built one-off specials such as a huge rescue truck built for Syracuse, NY, a foam truck for the protection of oil refineries, and some of the 70th Anniversary models built by Seagraveâ€™s Canadian subsidiary. Photos of factory-fresh rigs are complemented by shots of Seagrave 70th Anniversary models in production and in action at major fires."
Publisher: Enthusiast Books