The Mack NO pictured was Plymouth County MA Brusbreaker 1-5, nicknamed "Smokey". It was acquired by the county in the early 1960's. It was built locally. It had a 1500 gallon steel tank water tank and two Hale FZZ fire pumps mounted on the rear behind the water tank. It carried several hundred feet of fire hose and was stationed at the Kingston MA Maple Street Fire Station.It was sent to brush fires in Plymouth, Bristol and Barnstable Counties when requested by any Fire Department in those Counties. It was best to call for it early on as its top speed was 30 mph. However, once on scene, it was an invaluable workhorse. One interesting tool in the toolbox were plugs used when the brake air lines were damaged and losing air. Disconnect the line at the air block, insert plug, and keep on chugging.It left Kingston around 1970 and went to a private party in West Bridgewater MA. After that I lost track of it. I think I have a photo of it. Will look to see if I can find it. Any info or additional pics you have would be appreciated.