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    Default Antique Engine value?

    I am considering purchasing an antique engine and would appreciated any input on what is a reasonable value for it. It has Graham Brothers - Detroit on the radiator. The pump is a Deluge Rotary from Prospect Fire Engine Co. It has 2 chemical tanks of about 50 gallon capacity each & 2 chemical hose reels. No darn bell!

    The motor runs and it is driveable. The body is not perfect, but it is in pretty good condition. The title says that it is a 1926 model. Please qive me an idea of what to offer for it.

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    Try contacting the Society for the Preservation and Appreciation of Antique Motorized Fire Apparatus in America (SPAAMFA)

    Here's their web address


    They should be able to give you information.
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