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Until recently, the Jaffrey, NH Fire Department operated a 1942 U.S. Army Class 325 Chevrolet 4X4 as a brush truck. The Class 325 was similar to the Class 110 but the 325

had a front mount pump. During WW II military fire apparatus was built by many different manufacturers on different chassis so it wasn't unusual to see Mack bodies on Chevy or

Brockway chassis. Everyone pitched in to do what was needed to win the war.

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10 hours ago, bulldogboy said:

Until recently, the Jaffrey, NH Fire Department operated a 1942 U.S. Army Class 325 Chevrolet 4X4 as a brush truck. The Class 325 was similar to the Class 110 but the 325

had a front mount pump. During WW II military fire apparatus was built by many different manufacturers on different chassis so it wasn't unusual to see Mack bodies on Chevy or

Brockway chassis. Everyone pitched in to do what was needed to win the war.

Found a picture on the web.  Good looking rig!

chevrolet 1942 jaffrey.jpg

Jim

It doesn't cost anything to pay attention.

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