1911 MR38 Delahaye Fire Engine at Motoreum
“MR38 Delahaye Fire Engine – 1911 Type 43A Chassis. 1911 marks the earliest transition to self-propelled fire apparatus, powered by a Delahaye four-cylinder engine. Body and equipment was outfitted by Carrosserie et de Charronnage, Paris, served Sapeurs Pompiers (French firefighters) of Ville de Mougins, (located in the South of France). 14-spoke rims are wrapped in solid rubber, with two of each mounted on the singular rear rims.” This truck has been sold. See link for Motoreum at right.