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 on: August 27, 2011, 12:20:48 am 
Started by S A R - Last post by S A R
Had a e-mail sent to me about a dodge fire truck for sale.

Here is what i received.


Would like to know if you are interested or know of anyone that would have an interest for restoring a Dodge 1926 Fire appliance truck

We are still looking thru items to suit the Dodge to be included in the sale. please see additional info in document also.

sale price $4000 ono

look forward to hearing from you

kind rgds


You can contact me on 0466 508 800

Dodge (fire appliance) truck 1926
Type: Fire appliance truck
Engine size: 4 cylinders
Doors: 2
Right hand drive: yes
Transmission: manual
Fuel: petrol
Previously registered overseas: Tasmania
1926 Dodge (fire appliance) truck.
Dodge chassis with a fire fighting body.
Body constructed at Holden body works in 1926 and completed unit was forwarded to
Tasmania along with a twin truck. So, there where 2 made at this time, the other is now in
a museum in Hobart as you can see from the picture and info attached. You can visit this
one in the museum as has been done and I do have photos of this other one to see to make
restoring easy. This one I have is the other one of the twin and was brought back from
Tasmania by the family to restore. The chassis and body parts pieces complete with some
additional items to include, restored brass fire hose ends and restored brass fire
All mechanics have been completely restored and complete with gear box and all in
place. The engine has been restored to running order. All metal and wood required for
further restoration on back shelf is included.
Very unique find. Great for any avid restorer to take up.
Cylinders –four
Bore and stroke – 3 1/8” x 4 ˝”
Gears – 3 forward and reverse
Engine has been running
Parts and instruction book included. Also “Original” Dodge Brothers -book of
information, with large poster of Lubrication chart. Very rare find.
Photos are of current view (with a bit of dust) . Also photos available of restored sister
truck and of original pick up of truck for restoration. So there is some history available.
In addition: Spare engine and gear box and pump and fan plus Graham engine to suit
Heaps of spares, 2 extra steering columns, other spares still being accumulated to be
included in sale. Rebuilt alternator.
Extra parts to include - Graham engine made by Dodge brothers with 5 baring crankneeds
Still sorting out items to be included and confirmed for sale.

 on: August 27, 2011, 12:10:53 am 
Started by S A R - Last post by S A R
2011 Brisbane Convoy For Kids.

 Saturday 29 th October

Convoy Starts at Heathwood (Stradbroke st )

Family Fun Day at Redcliff show grounds

Meet Mack the transporter.   Cheesy 

Click on the link for more details.  Wink

 on: August 22, 2011, 12:28:43 pm 
Started by CHEYENNE8V92TTA - Last post by CHEYENNE8V92TTA
tasmanias first and only so far t403

 on: August 21, 2011, 12:06:08 am 
Started by S A R - Last post by S A R
No worries thanks for taking the time to reply.  Wink

 on: August 20, 2011, 11:44:55 pm 
Started by S A R - Last post by ianoz
Thanks for posting the videos David  Smiley.I had not seen the third one  before . Ian .

 on: August 18, 2011, 09:54:45 am 
Started by S A R - Last post by CHEYENNE8V92TTA
great stuff thx for sharing
cheers danny

 on: August 07, 2011, 07:05:32 pm 
Started by rickt908 - Last post by king
thanks for sharing man,,, they look great

 on: August 07, 2011, 04:47:30 am 
Started by S A R - Last post by S A R
Some you tube clips of the  Pimpama show held in July 2011. Grin

Part 1.

Part 2.

Part 3.

 on: August 06, 2011, 10:23:31 am 
Started by Assessor - Last post by Assessor
Righto , i finally have my hands on the truck, heres some better pic's  , collect up a few more bits and were away

 on: August 03, 2011, 08:33:51 am 
Started by Assessor - Last post by Assessor
ianoz, dad probably would have said alcoa's would be a waste of money. but i love em, she,s guna be fairly standard other than the alloys and nice paint and trim, roof mount ac, few mod cons...................much excitement though, it arrived in Melbourne today, pic's soon

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