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THE FIRE MUSEUM
Of The Unofficial Website Of the North Little Rock, AR
FIRE DEPARTMENT

1904- 2004: 100 Years of Protection and Service To The City

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THE UNOFFICIAL WEBSITE OF THE NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR
FIRE DEPARTMENT

Former Chiefs' Cars of the NLRFD

The First Chief's Car of the
N.L.R.F.D. was a Chevrolet
Runabout, purchased in 1929. Up to that time,Chief Nichols had, accordingto newpaper accounts,
relied on Street Cars to get the different Fire Stations.
(There were 3 station then.)
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The next Chief's Car that any
records are found concerning
is a 1936 Ford 5W Coupe,
#18-2254706

Only known picture of the '41 Ford
Coupe of the NLRFD. The 1947 ISO
Report described this car as black in
color. On May 8, 1947 this car was
completely repainted at Critz Chev.
Co along with having all dents
removed and 2 vent windows and
floor mats replaced for $90.59. The
car was purchased from Union Motor
Company for 870.00, less a $275.00
trade in (The '29 or 36 Coupe?)
Photo from Bill Treadway

Chrysler 1949 -51 Vintage
driven by Chief Caldwell.
Note RR
Crossing Sign at right.
Photo from Bill Treadway

1953 Plymouth 2 Door Motor
#P24-581501 Car traded in on
4-2-1956 to Critz Chev Co in
NLR on a new 1956 Chevrolet
"150" 2 Dr - 8 Cyl with Serial
2A565106880.
Trade in was $730.00
Photo from Bill Treadway

Late 60'S Chevy of the NLRFD
Photo from NLRFD Archieves


Judging from Hubcaps, this was
most likely a different Chevy of the
N.L.R.F.D. than the one in the photo
to the immedite left. This car was
assigned to the Inspector.
Photo from NLRFD Archieves

Rear View of 1968
Chevorlet of the NLRFD
(Photo by Lee Clark)

1960 Ford of the NLRFD
Photo from NLRFD Archives

Photo made in 1976 or 77 of a
run by Engine 6 and Car 14.
(Behind Levy Wal Mart.)
Photo by Lee Clark
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