Fire-Eater II
Debut Series 1997 Hot Wheels #611
Produced 1997 - 1998
Designer  ?
Number 95505
Fire Eater II


The Fire Eater II was originally a Corgi Juniors model, the ERF Fire Tender. The ERF Fire Tender being a British-built Fire engine used mostly in Europe. The casting was originally used by Corgi starting in the early 1970s alongside the Mercedes-Benz Bus, and Porsche 911 Carrera. This was the second Fire engine casting made by Corgi and then remade by Hot Wheels, after the Flame Stopper II, also known as the ' ERF Simon Snorkel Fire Engine'. 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 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
611 1997 Mainline #611 Red Silver tampos w/ 'Emergency' on sides Grey / Plastic Tinted (Blue) None 5SP


95505 China Base says Fire Tender 611 Fire-Eater II
- 1997 Fire Fighting: Action Pack Red Silver tampos w/ 'Emergency' on sides Grey / Plastic Tinted (Blue) None 5SP


16148 China Base says Fire Tender Lindsays BD 15th 017
- 1998 Rite Aid Limited Edition 2-Pack Red Silver tampos w/ 'Emergency' on sides Grey / Plastic Tinted (Blue) None 5SP5SP 19904 China Base says Fire Tender Rite Aid Limited Edition 2-pack package front


See Also

Reference to Corgi

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