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Re: Historic Aberdyfi pictures

Postby Daveyl » 25 Jul 2013, 12:34

Hi, first post here but just wanted you all to know that AEY 532W is still up and running and providing fire cover at Caterpillar Shrewsbury Limited with our fire/rescue team.

Great site by the way.

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Re: Historic Aberdyfi pictures

Postby Bravo » 27 Jul 2013, 16:55

Hi Dave, Welcome to the forum :smiley:

Fantastic photos, its in great shape for its age!
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Re: Historic Aberdyfi pictures

Postby FireMatt » 28 Jul 2013, 07:10

Thanks for pics Dave :)thumbs

These are also historic pictures

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Re: Historic Aberdyfi pictures

Postby Scania261 » 29 Jul 2013, 23:06

Those old Doge pumps were Brill!!

Used to go like stink lol
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Re: Historic Aberdyfi pictures

Postby Daveyl » 25 Feb 2014, 15:40

Daveyl wrote:Hi, first post here but just wanted you all to know that AEY 532W is still up and running and providing fire cover at Caterpillar Shrewsbury Limited with our fire/rescue team.

Great site by the way.

Dave Soanes


Sorry but this is probably not in the correct forum but the company has decided to sell this fire truck. As down sizing is in order.

Can anyone please tell me where the best place to visit, advertise this truck for sale?
I really don't have a clue as to my next move.

Thanks in advance for any information given.

dave.
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Re: Historic Aberdyfi pictures

Postby FireBrad » 01 Mar 2014, 20:01

Daveyl wrote:
Daveyl wrote:Hi, first post here but just wanted you all to know that AEY 532W is still up and running and providing fire cover at Caterpillar Shrewsbury Limited with our fire/rescue team.

Great site by the way.

Dave Soanes


Sorry but this is probably not in the correct forum but the company has decided to sell this fire truck. As down sizing is in order.

Can anyone please tell me where the best place to visit, advertise this truck for sale?
I really don't have a clue as to my next move.

Thanks in advance for any information given.

dave.


Hi have, these guys may be interested http://www.classicfireengines.co.uk/ drop them an email :)thumbs
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Re: Historic Aberdyfi pictures

Postby Daveyl » 03 Mar 2014, 12:11

Thank you Brad
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