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Mack B-75
By Firemack, 08/28/2008
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  • Year 1954
  • Make Mack
  • Model B75F
  • VIN (Last 6 digits) 5F1011
  • Description This is a 1954 Mack B75F 1011 pumper which served Radnor, PA from December 27, 1954 to April 23, 1973 when sold to Rockingham VT volunteer fire company. It has a Mack Thermodyne 464 B engine, Hale QL75 750 GPM pump, 400 gallon tank and 5 speed direct transmission. The original cost was $15000. It was repurchased July 20th 2002 and restored by the Mack Team of the Radnor Fire Company with the support from many members of the community. The B75 has won many awards including the 2013 Best Appearing Fire Company Owned Antique at the Pennsylvania Fireman's Convention in West Chester, PA, 2010 AACA National First Place- Peterson Fire Apparatus Award, 2009 AACA First Place (Senior Award), 2009 First Place at the Pennsylvania State Fire Convention, 2008 Best Appearing Post WWII Mack at the SPAAMFAA National Convention, 2007 AACA First Place (Junior Award) at the National AACA show in Hershey PA. It serves as the signature truck for the Radnor Fire Company
  • Color Mack Medium Red
  • Mileage 48500
  • Odometer Unit Miles
  • Engine ENF 464 B
  • Transmission TR671- 5 Speed
  • Suspension Leaf Spring
  • Wheel Base 176.5"
  • Front Wheel Type Spoke Wheels
  • Rear Wheel Type Spoke Wheels
  • Front Tire Size 9.00 X 20
  • Rear Tire Size 9.00 X 20
  • Vehicle Weight 15,100
  • Application Fire Service Pumper
  • Other Comments 1 of 54 B75 Fire Trucks Built by Mack<br />1 of 5 still in Fire Company use in the United States

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