Interesting truck. Also that the steering wheel isn't on the right hand side. No one can probably drive it properly over there!
Could have been converted WW1 ambulance.
English Ts were LHD for a couple of years after introduction of the generator, until they designed a skinny steering bracket. It's a BAICO chain drive conversion.
Jay, thanks this is one I haven't seen before. The disc wheels are quite unusual on a fire appliance, as is the front mounted pto pump and (as Tim mentioned) the LHD. Come to the Bakersfield meet and you can go home with you own RHD brigade car!
You about need a ladder to get to the ladder on that first one.
NOT T but Found in 1930 F-S Mfg.(Snow Bird) Advertisement. I believe that Edger is in Wi.
Terry...if I'm reading between the lines correctly, are you selling your fire truck? Wish it were closer. If you're not comfortable mentioning price on the open forum, PM me.