This Month's Featured Ride - September 2010

Jerry's 1932 Sanford Fire Truck

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In 2006 Jerry saved the truck from the crusher. It was located in Pine Plains fire department in upstate NY. He flat bedded it home to St. James. Jerry had it sand blasted snd painted 2007 viper red. It's also covered with 200 ft. of gold leaf tape.

It has a coil over front end, pls panel brakes, 454 big block engine, auto transmission 700r4 with Ford nine inch posie rear.

Jerry is still looking for accessories to complete it. He needs some helmets, coats, and hard suction hose.

The best part of the truck is that he drives it. His three sons really enjoy riding in it.  He has been to Lake George twice with it and this year he brought it to Rhinebeck.




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