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American Fire Truck Crew (1910s)
Item no: 24006
ICM’s newly tooled firefighters are intended for its Model-T 1914 fire truck (24004) and comprise a driver and another figure indicating which way to go. There’s a single styrene runner, which contains 22 well-moulded parts, although there are prominent seams on the arms and legs, which are separate (along with the heads) from the twopiece torso. Each helmet has a twopart crest/badge, and as no decals are supplied, one will need to handpaint any detail. Poses are natural, with the driver relaxed and with his hand on the steering wheel, while the second occupant is standing on the running board and twisting as he points.