- Product description
The Sound Beach Volunteer Fire Department of Old Greenwich, Connecticut, acquired this pumper in July of 1931, for $13,000 from the Seagrave Fire Apparatus Company. Unlike the department engines before it, Engine 3 contained a booster tank, which for the first time, carried water instead of chemicals. It remained in service until 1964, when it was sold to a collector. SBVFD firefighters re-acquired the engine in 1979, and spent the next 6 years refurbishing it. This intricately crafted die-cast replica captures every detail of the original.
Meticulously designed and impeccable in every detail, this realistic die-cast replica is loaded with features. The doors open to a remarkably detailed interior. Its baked-enamel finish is traditional “fire engine red” with gold lettering.
Limitation 3,333 complete collections Material Die-Cast metal with plastic parts Weight .49 lb (.22 kg.) Length 6.75 inches Workmanship Precision-made scale model Scale Scale: 1:50
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