|These instructions describe the construction of a vehicle commonly used up to the First World War. Chemical Fire Engines were cheaper an lighter than Steam Fire Engines so could respond quickly to small fires.
The prototype for this model was built in 1909 by the Seagrave Wagon Co. of Columbus, Ohio.
12 pages including text, b/w photographs and parts list.
Please note these Model Plans are designed by individual Meccano modellers and may use parts not currently available. The level of instruction detail is dependent on the original modeller and varies from plan to plan. These are instructions only.