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1937 Dodge Fire Engine

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Guest Gary Hearn

While I know little about Dodge trucks (though I owned 2 early '70's Power Wagons), I suspect that Dodge had nothing to so with the manufacture of the fire apparatus or the accessories on your truck. Most likely the cab and chassis was sent to a specialty builder (Ahrens, Boyer, etc.) or the body was fabricated by the fire department that ordered the truck.

I suggest that you try to find a group that collects and preserves fire apparatus (i.e. SPAAMFAA Home Page) and they may be able to help you.

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Sirens of all shapes and sizes are available from John Dorgan the sirenman in Arizona. He has a great web site. Search him by name.

Reproduction bells are available from Ryan Devries from Michigan. He is an AACA member and I'm sure I spelled his name wrong. Sorry.

Genuine bells sell time to time on Ebay. They go into the $800.00 to $1,000.00 range.

Fire axe also an ebay item.

Best of luck.

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