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Early American La France engines such as this one were often called the Ford Model "Ts" of the fire service.
They were common, relatively affordable, and very reliable.
It served at Engines 39 and 56 before being retired.
1918 American La France -- Engine Delivered in 1918, this American La France pumper served the small community of La Salle, Illinois for over forty years.
Technically referred to as a "Quad" because of the truck's pump, water tank, hose body, and ladder carrying ability.
The new vehicle soon became affectionately called "The Hayrack" because of it's ungainly appearance.
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