Uncovering its History
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Here's a nice little touch. Ya gotta love all the history that came with this truck!
Yes this truck was equipt with windshield washers and here is the elusive washer bag that is usually missing from most trucks.
The original passenger floor mat with its part number on the bottom side.
The original center mat.
This is a historical photo of the Anderson Dam where this Fire Truck was put in service. If you squint real hard and believe is that little red blob in the photo possibly the Howe Fire Truck????
Now hereís the gold that Iím always looking for in a historically significant truck. Looks like they kept a lot of stuff!
The original Owners Service Policy and the Operation sleeve that went on the driverís side sun visor.
Hereís a close-up of the original Owners Service Policy.
Hereís a report that solidified the year of this truck. It was built in August of 1963 and out into service in February of 1964.
You can also check out an overview of this trucks history
History of 1963 Jeep FC170 DRW Howe Front
Pumper Fire Engine