When it comes to the restoration and maintenance of vintage fire trucks, communities are thankful that there are people like Brad and John to step up and be involved in everything that is needed to keep an old fire truck that is an important part of the community’s history.
Check out these recently delivered fire apparatus from across the country.
22 recent deliveries compiled by Ron Heal for the May 2020 issue.
For nearly 25 years, a 1936 REO-Seagrave pumper served the community of Cayce, South Carolina, a small city near the state capitol of Columbia. While the pumper was used as a firefighting machine, responding to every type of fire call the city received, the pumper was also a part of parades, festivals, and historical reunions.
The April 2020 Apparatus Showcase features an additional 24 recently delivered rigs for 46 new rigs. Take a look.
The Autocar model is FP-5060 with cab FEA 2046. The engine is an Autocar501 gas engine with magneto and distributor. Actual mileage is 26,029. The air horn, Sterling Sirenlite, and most lights all work. The centrifugal pump is Type HP2LUHD 2-3.5.
22 recent deliveries from across the country.
A selection of 22 recent deliveries as they appear in the February 2020 issue.
A collection of recent fire apparatus deliveries from the January 2020 issue of Fire Apparatus & Emergency Equipment.
Fire Station #130, in Kennewick, Washington, is now home to a restored 1929 American LaFrance pumper.