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#889837 Tue Oct 16 2012 04:07 PM
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vwlfan Offline OP
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Cleaning our some of my spare fire truck parts.

I have a complete front mount Barton American UA50 pump. $200 for all. Complete includes everything that Barton American would have installed on a fire truck: pump, bumper mount, drive shaft, heat exchange, vacuum primer, carb regulator, water filter, heat exchange, all knobs, etc.

You can see all of the items here --> http://www.centuryfarm.org/gallery/v/Vehicles/1957_Barton_Pump/

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too far away...... cry


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vwlfan Offline OP
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I understand "too far away".

When I purchased this pump, the pump and all of it's associated parts pretty much filled my 8ft pickup bed.

I even have an original American Fire Apparatus blueprint for the front mount UA50 on my firetruck which I could copy for anyone who buys the pump. The blueprint shows all parts with all part numbers for American Fire Apparatus's use of the UA50.

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I believe the UA50 pump and parts are going to a restoriation in California. I will update the thread if this does not happen. - Bob

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For now I have decided to keep the Barton Pump. Thanks for the interest.

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Any chance to get a copy of the blueprints?


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