06/12/06 104 W, 1 I - + 20 - 8 Japanese Apparatus


Any Japanese apparatus buffs out there? Giant ladders, heavy, heavy rescues, robots, motorcycles, super ambulances, and weird, wild tracked appliances. Those motorized supply-line carts are pretty cool. Check out these links:

http://www.tfd.metro.tokyo.jp/ts/soubi/index.html (Tokyo FD)
http://www.morita119.com/fire/ (Morita, manufacturer)
http://www.naganopump.co.jp/catalog/top.html (Nagano, manufacturer)
http://www.nikki-net.co.jp/product/ (Nikki, manufacturer)
http://www5a.biglobe.ne.jp/~FUDOU/keisatu/shoubou.htm
http://www.rescue-119.com/gallery.htm, which includes pics of my favorite piece of equipment, a Nissan 4x4 ladder:



Wish I could read Japanese...



Some more links are here, in a toy column of mine: http://www.legeros.com/toys/columns/apr0..
Legeros - 06/12/06 - 14:14

I guess the size of the machine is what moves the traffic since that lightbar being at the angle it is sure isn’t going to draw much attention.
guest - 06/12/06 - 16:41

Translator.. please help me!
guest - 06/12/06 - 23:49

Cut ‘n’ paste ‘n’ translate here: http://babelfish.altavista.com/
Legeros - 06/13/06 - 00:07



  
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