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It's a longshot, but I am in search of one of our former Mack aerial's. It is an open cab Mack C-95, built in 1964 and delivered in 1965 with I believe an 85' aerial. The truck was in service in Bridgeton, NJ (South Jersey) and was traded in to Pierce Mfg. in 1994 along with a 1955 B, 1968 CF, and 1974 CF. I am also trying to track this down through Pierce, with little luck. I have searched, and haven't been able to even find a photo of a similar unit. Any input would be appreciated greatly!!!

Todd

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It's a longshot, but I am in search of one of our former Mack aerial's. It is an open cab Mack C-95, built in 1964 and delivered in 1965 with I believe an 85' aerial. The truck was in service in Bridgeton, NJ (South Jersey) and was traded in to Pierce Mfg. in 1994 along with a 1955 B, 1968 CF, and 1974 CF. I am also trying to track this down through Pierce, with little luck. I have searched, and haven't been able to even find a photo of a similar unit. Any input would be appreciated greatly!!!

Todd

Pierce as well as all new truck mfg. are not in the used truck market.You need to find the dealer that sold your dept the trucks as the Pierce rep and find out what used fire truck dealer he sold them to. We have a C-model ladder at the warehouse where I am a member and it is from New Jersey but can't remember the name on it. Will be going up there soon and will check it out for you.

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I am told by Pierce (Fire and Safety Services), that they went to a man named Denny Pressler who operated out of the Kansas City, MO area. Sorry, that is what I meant by Pierce, our local dealer Fire and Safety Services. The President of F&SS graciously looked into this matter and found this information. Unfortunately, Mr. Pressler passed away about 5 years ago, and was a one-man operation. I don't know of any way to track these 4 units from there. Our C-85 was unique in that it came with a gas engine, and was converted to diesel later. It also had a booster pump on it, with hose reel. The chassis was C85F 1309. I also have an engine number, but I imagine that changed. Thanks for the effort MADDOG93, I really appreciate it. I am going to try and get a photo up also

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I am told by Pierce (Fire and Safety Services), that they went to a man named Denny Pressler who operated out of the Kansas City, MO area. Sorry, that is what I meant by Pierce, our local dealer Fire and Safety Services. The President of F&SS graciously looked into this matter and found this information. Unfortunately, Mr. Pressler passed away about 5 years ago, and was a one-man operation. I don't know of any way to track these 4 units from there. Our C-85 was unique in that it came with a gas engine, and was converted to diesel later. It also had a booster pump on it, with hose reel. The chassis was C85F 1309. I also have an engine number, but I imagine that changed. Thanks for the effort MADDOG93, I really appreciate it. I am going to try and get a photo up also

Spend a few dollars and join firepics.net. Costs $2 a year. There are people on there who can find it with the chassis number. You will be amazed at what buffs who take pictures can do.

Hope this helps.

If it ain't a Mack, it ain't Jack!!!!!! :)

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