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Old 02-07-2014, 11:11:24 PM
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Am looking at purchasing this old Fageol Fire engine. Funny thing is, it does not have the typical louvers on the hood. Sry, I do not have any numbers at this time. Any ideas/info?
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Do you have any side pictures? What shape is the engine and drive train in? Hard to give a price with the limited info, but you should get it if it's in your price range.
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Default Re: Fageol Early model?

The radiator and the firewall look correct.

The "sharktooth" louvered hood may have been replaced at some point.

The original hood would not have been hinged down the center. The top
piece would have been fixed, and the side panels (usually missing) were removable.

Please post some more pictures if you can get them. I have a 1921
that runs and drives, but the sheet metal, etc. is still in "as found
condition". It is a 3 1/2 - 4 ton model. This one looks to be an early
1 1/2 ton.
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^ Pics.......please?.......

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Here's a picture- she's rough.
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I really like it. Bill K
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Default Re: Fageol Early model?

I can't help with the year or modle but I just have to share this.
I had the privilege of spending some time talking with Mr John Fegeol last nite at a get together in So. Calif with ATHS-Southern Calif. The mechanic that I was with asked Mr Fageol about the history of the change from Fageol to Peterbuilt.It was great to hear it from a family member.
I will try to give some info if anyone wants to hear it.
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A truck this old that is still standing on it's own 4 wheels is a blessing.
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She's not rough she's beautiful.
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