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Fire-Eater II
Debut Series Auto City
Produced 1994 - 1998
Designer Corgi
Number 93182
Fire Eater II.JPG



Description

The Fire Eater II was based on an ERF PF 84 water tender truck. This casting was originally used and designed by Corgi, and made it’s debut in the Europe-exclusive Auto City line. This tooling was referred to by Corgi as the ERF Fire Tender and was the second Fire engine tooling made by Corgi and then remade by Hot Wheels, after the Flame Stopper II, a reissue of the Corgi ERF Simon Snorkel Fire Engine under a different name and the Hot Wheels brand. Cast into the side of this vehicle is a hose reel, on the left-hand side of the casting indicating it would be right-hand drive if it had an interior piece, as in the UK, fire engines typically have their hose reel on the left-hand side of the engine for ease of getting hoses to the fire from the parked vehicle.

The base of the casting reads Fire Tender.

Versions

The Fire-Eater II has been released in the following 1/64 scale versions:

Col # Year Series Color Tampo Base Color/
/
Type
Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes
/
Variations
Photo
1994 Auto City Emergency Services Multipack Red Silver sides with White 'Fire Service 999' Black
/
Plastic
Blue None Corgi2 93182, 93414 China Can have Corgi or Hot a Wheels base;/
came in single or multipacks
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611 1997 Mainline #611 Red Silver tampos w/ 'Emergency' on sides Grey
/
Plastic
Tinted (Blue) None

5SP

95505 China 611 Fire-Eater II.jpg
1997 Fire Fighting: Action Pack Red Silver tampos w/ 'Emergency' on sides Grey
/
Plastic
Tinted (Blue) None 5SP 16148 China Fire Eater II.JPG
1998 Rite Aid Limited Edition 2-Pack Red Silver tampos w/ 'Emergency' on sides Grey
/
Plastic
Tinted (Blue) None 5SP 19904 China Rite Aid Limited Edition 2-pack package front.png

See Also

Gallery


Reference to Corgi

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