The City of Upland ordered two Crown pumpers in 1974 with F1745 being the first delivered where she originally served as
Engine 162.  She is powered by a Detroit Diesel 8v71 paired with an Allison Automatic transmission and fitted with a Waterous
1,500gpm pump, 500 gallon water tank and hydraulic ladder rack.
Some items of interest worth noting are the running boards which are coated with a rubber like material similar to that found on
boats which results in a truly non-slip surface.  Also, the original Federal beacon is in place as installed at the factory with the
more modern lightbar behind it.  This is a typical item on Upland Crowns.  She is maintained as a reserve engine but is owned by
the Upland Fireman's Association.