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1933 Sanford Cub fire truck

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David LaPell

09-25-2014 00:40:51




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Hello, I am trying to find as much info on our local fire departments 1933 Sanford Cub fire truck. Not much is known out there it seems about these trucks. I am trying to find out some info about weight ratings, the engines available (this one has an inline 6 that I believe might be a Continental but not positive.) and other specifics on the model itself. Any help or leads would be appreciated.




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Bud Tierney

10-01-2014 09:42:20




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 Re: 1933 Sanford Cub fire truck in reply to David LaPell, 09-25-2014 00:40:51  
Just noticed your post--don't get into site much---
Sanford does seem to've used Cont'ls in the 30's...
A couple catalogs I eyeballed didn't list a "Cub"; does your body ID tag have a model number?? Looks like Sanford used letters and some letter-number combinations for model #s...
I assume there's no engine tag left (Cont'l loved to put them behind things)...if so, you can take off any embossed/stamped numbers/letters you can find and email Garrad (Gerry/Jerry) Moon at Monte's Eqpmt, Chicago, obsolete Cont'l parts dealers, for an engine ID
garradmoon@montes@flash.net
montesequipmqnt.com

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ShadetreeRet

09-27-2014 20:48:05




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 Re: 1933 Sanford Cub fire truck in reply to David LaPell, 09-25-2014 00:40:51  
Try Google "1933 Sanford Cub fire truck" there is a little info, very little, but it may help.



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