I’d like to congratulate Acton, MA for specing this beautiful apparatus. It’s small, it’s simple, it’s clean, though all these things are relative to today’s fashions. This is what a fire engine looks like in my mind. I found this on Eric Fellows’s excellent website. If, like me, you still enjoy your childhood fascination with all things chrome-y and red and covered in blinky lights, then do yourself a favor and go check out Eric’s place.
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