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American LaFrance » JO / JOX

The straight-frame Model JO and JOX was the industry's fist compact, cab forward service aerial. The JO/JOX established the basic configuration of American aerial ladder trucks for many years to come. This pioneering design placed the engine and driver...
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Chevrolet » Step-Van 7 '61

In 1961, the smallest 1/2-ton Series 10 Chevrolet Step-Van received a new body from Union City Body Co. This one had much more squared corners, and an almost flat grille and windshield surface. The grille remained a variation of former Step-Van grilles,...
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Chevrolet » Step-Van King '64

In 1965, Chevrolet introduced its biggest Step-van model - the Step-Van King - to complete the range of Step-Vans, consisted of a small Step-Van 7 and Step-Van Regular. This 10-, 10.5, 12- and 12.5-foot aluminum body was available in the P20 and P30...
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Lifan » 欧式战马 A6 (Oushi Zhanma A6)

Immediately after presenting of the updated heavy trucks Lifan 欧式战龙 V9 (Oushi Zhan Long V9), the company introduced a new medium duty range 欧式战马 A6 (Oushi Zhanma A6). In contrast to the unattractive "big brothers", medium duty model is visually more...
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American LaFrance » 400 Senior Series

In early 1935, American LaFrance introduced an entirely different Senior 400 Series. The big 400 was a stunningly beautiful fire engine. With its long, tapered hood and cowl, sweeping skirted front fenders, finely-proportioned radiator and oversized...
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