字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント 00:02 Andrew: My name’s Andrew Leider. I have one of the world’s largest collection of antique firetrucks. 00:10 Andrew: I guess it’s a benign hobby. 00:17 COMM: 62yearold Andrew started collecting fire trucks 13 years ago and now has 450 of them. 00:27 COMM: His collection is now worth a staggering one million dollars. 00:32 Andrew: I worked with the firefighters on 9/11 and I greatly appreciated their heroism and I felt they should be honoured by purchasing one antique firetruck in their number. 00:44 Andrew: I started with one truck and I then purchased a second truck a few months later and they became an addiction. 00:54 Andrew: Each one is an individual industrial art. 01:01 COMM: Andrew sources the trucks from fire departments from around the US. 01:05 COMM: He bought some at scrap value, but others costs tens of thousands of dollars. 01:10 Andrew: I have a couple of favourites. The arins fox is probably the rarest of all the trucks, they’re considered the Roles Royce of firetrucks. 01:18 Andrew: This is a mid 1960s Porsche which was manufactured in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Thousand gallon a minute pumper. 01:26 Andrew: These are all the pump controls. You got your pressure governor, this is your main suction and then you’ve got the outlets here to hook up your hoses. 01:40 COMM: Some of the vehicles are roadworthy, and it’s no wonder Andrew draws attention when Andrew takes them out for a spin. 01:52 Andrew: It’s a lot of fun to drive the trucks. It’s actually more fun to see people looking at the trucks and appreciating them. 02:02 Woman: When I first pulled in it caught my attention, I was like wow, you know, that’s got to be extremely old but in very, very good condition. 02:11 Woman: And I think it’s fantastic when you think of how far trucks have come over the generations. 02:15 COMM: Next on the agenda for Andrew is sharing his beloved trucks with the wide world by setting up museums in New York and Pennsylvania.