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  1. For Sale: 1963 Mack C-Model pumper. 707 Gas engine. Runs and drives well. Siren and lights function properly. 27,000 +/- miles. Equipment pictured is included. Figured I would try on here first before I put it on Ebay for sale. Open to offers. Feel free to message me for additional info.
  2. For Sale: 1963 Mack C-Model pumper. 707 Gas engine. Runs and drives well. Siren and lights function properly. 27,000 +/- miles. Equipment pictured is included. Figured I would try on here first before I put it on Ebay for sale. Please feel free to message me for additional information. Open to offers.
  3. Looking for information or guidance in obtaining information about a 1946 Mack 750GPM Pumper currently owned by the West Point Volunteer Fire Company, West Point, PA 19486. (Montgomery County, PA) D.B.A Upper Gwynedd Township Fire Department I am the Chief Engineer working with a committee put together by our department to restore our 1946 Mack Pumper, purchased in 1947. I am looking for whatever information I can find ranging from original build date, reason for build (suspected it was built for use by U.S. Forces during WWII but never delivered as such), build photos, specifications, modifications for municipal use, paint color codes, delivery date, signers of contract and so on. Our goals with this unit is restore it back to its original condition including the Hale pump, removing accessories and hardware needed to meet the firefighting demand through the years which include but not limited to ladders, appliances, cab interior, engine and pump. Any information that can be forwarded from the users of this forum would be greatly appreciated. Best Regards, Matthew C. Huff Trustee / Chief Engineer Upper Gwynedd Township Fire Department West Point, PA mchuff@comcast.net or ffdisp806@gmail.com
  4. Hello all. I am new to this forum, and am looking for an 85 LS pumper. Preferably piped or already at 1000 GPM. Any Condition is fine as I want it as a project for me and my kids for years to come. I'm located in central Maryland so hauling will be a consideration. Would appreciate folks keeping an eye out.. Thanks in advance!
  5. Hi, We are the Diamond Fire Company located in Walnutport Borough, Northampton County, Northeast Pennsylvania, just north of the City of Allentown. We are an all volunteer fire department in search for a Mack Pumper we use to own. In 1946 we purchased a new 500 gallon Mack pumper with a serial number of 45S1263 that was in service until June of 1969. This pumper was sold to Robert Martin of Martin Volkeswagon in Whitehall, PA to be kept as an antique. Mr. Martin has since passed and his children have no idea the where abouts of the Mack Pumper. We have been trying to locate the pumper for quite awhile and have had no success. If anyone should have or possibly know someone that would know information about this vehicle, please contact us.
  6. Body #CF685F10 Pump #42650 Built by the Mt. Aetna works Runs great, good tires, pumnp works, all sirens, lights, etc. Give me a call if I can answer any other questions- 603-239-7008
  7. Can someone explain the difference between two different 1947 Mack "L" Model fire trucks? The Boston Fire Department had several fire trucks delivered during 1947 from Mack. The Model numbers are of a different type, though. For example, the first is Serial # 85LS1152. The second is Serial # 19LS1064. I'm guessing the last four numbers are the individual identification for that truck. But what is the difference between a "Model 85LS" and a "Model 19LS?" Is/are the difference(s) visible? Also, can anyone recommend a good book and/or website on Mack "L" fire apparatus? Many thanks in advance.
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