CROWN FIRE ENGINE
Honoring the past, present and future of CROWN FIRECOACH
The pump-in planned at Fairmount Park has been is being revisited. We hope to conduct a Fire Explorer Muster at Fairmount park.
We are in the process of taking Crown Firecoach documents, scanning them, creating PDF files and archiving them. We find the information needs to be preserved and saved.
As we develop this project, we will also share the information on this website under EBOOK's. Stay tuned as this project unfolds. If you have information you would like to share, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Having a Crown Firecoach Owner Manual is important and those manual's are even rarer than the fire truck. I've gathered a collection of owner manuals and painstakingly have scanned them. Here on this site you will be able to download the items you need to make yourself a Crown Firecoach Manual.
Restoring antique fire apparatus is a huge undertaking and not for the light hearted. We will show you what we did to restore F#1246 Ex-City of Monrovia. The restoration has been a five year process from top to bottom.
In 2003 Senior bought his first Crown Firecoach. I soon got the bug for Crown Firecoach and in 2005 bought three Crown Firecoach's. In 2006 we bought a fifth Crown Firecoach. We have been active in the Inland Empire with our Crown Collection at events.
We will be posting events in the Inland Empire Here:
Future events coming soon!
Los Angeles County Fire Museum see Engine 51 the Crown.
Paul Krot's website. The website chronicles almost every Crown.
The Crown Firecoach Enthusiasts Website.
Chris Arnolds F#1001 website
WEBSITE UPDATED: 11-5-2014