Texaco - 1948 American LaFrance Fire Truck with collectible Dalmatian figure
4th in a Series of 6
* Features include:
• Custom Texaco Graphics
• Certificate of Authenticity
• Die-Cast Body
• Detailed Interior & Exterior
•Locking coin bank with key
• Collectible Dalmatian figure Included
Please note while planning the release of the No. 3 & No. 4 in the Series Fire Trucks, there was a packaging mix-up.
Round 2 is aware that the outer box for the 1955 Ward LaFrance states No. 4 in the Series and the 1948 American LaFrance states will state No. 3 in the Series. Round 2 will not re-print any new outer packaging for either two collectibles.
The Certificates of Authenticity for both fire trucks will be included in the American LaFrance collectible due to ship in October.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Truckson LaFrance started the LaFrance Manufactoring Company in 1872. the company's main objective was to produce hand pumps and rotary steam engines. Over the next three decades, the piston steam engine replaced the rotary steam engine. Then came the screw-driven ladder truck that helped a new class of urban firefighters. In 1903, the company became the American LaFrance Fire Engine Company. In 1907, the first motorized fire engine was manufactured, which then sparked the growth of thousands of fire trucks. American LaFrance apparatus is easily recognized. This newest addition to the Texaco line is a keepsake you will cherish for years.
Caution: This item is an adult collectible designed for use by persons 14 years of age and older.