Fire truck GAZ-AA PMG-1 (1933)
Fire truck model GAZ-AA. The crew of this truck consisted of six firefighters, which would sit on two benches, while their leader would sit in the cabin. PMG-1 was able to pump water out of ponds or use fire hydrants. When there was no water available nearby, the firefighters would use the 150 liter tank of water. These trucks were manufactured in Moscow from 1932 to 1941. GAZ-AA – is a licensed copy of Ford-AA, the first model of the Gorkiy make; also known as one-and-a-half-ton truck (1932-1947).
- Engine – 4 cylinders / 3.2 liters
- Power – 40 horsepower
- Speed – 70 km/h
PGM-1 was brought to this exhibition by the Autoreview newspaper.
Photo #080 taken on August 28, 2014
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