American LaFrance Fire Apparatus
Built between 1938 and 1946, they were once dubbed "The Ugly Americans!" Due to World War II, the number produced was limited and the number still remaining is quite rare!
ALF's first post-WWII production model, the 700s were manufactured from 1947-1958
The 800 series was a short-lived (1956-58) upgrade of the 700 series
The 900 series was a new cab-over design produced from 1958-1974. An upgraded version, the 1000 series, was produced concurrently from 1970-74, but shouldn't be confused with its successor, the Century series
Manufactured between 1964 and 1973. Very basic and butt-ugly IMN-SHO!
The Century Series was an updated 900 Series chassis featuring a wider and longer cab. It was manufactured from 1974 through 1986.
Century 2000 Series
The Century 2000 was the updated Century series when ALF was "rebooted" by Kersey Manufacturing after ALF's first bankruptcy and manufactured between 1986 and 1994.
While the Century 2000 was merely ALF/Kersey's update to the Century series, the Eagle (1996-2014) and the Metropilitan (1999-2014) were both completely new chassis designs
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