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1933 Mack Type 50...more questions then answers!

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On 10/4/2015 at 11:13 PM, fxfymn said:

Did you try John Dorman's son aka The Siren Man in AZ?

First I heard of this gentleman. I will certainly inquire! Thanks sir!

 

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Sent you a PM.

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Sent an email to the sirenman. On the website, it has his name as Joe Dorgan, not John Dorman.

Did you try John Dorman's son aka The Siren Man in AZ?

Sent an email to the sirenman. On the website, it has his name as Joe Dorgan, not John Dorman.

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well...joe@sirenman.com nor john@sirenman.com seem to work. Guess I will have to try the phone number!

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Joe is his son......john passed away and his son took over the business

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On 10/16/2015 at 3:30 AM, Loadstar said:

Joe is his son......john passed away and his son took over the business

That I figured out reading into the website. I have called and left a message.

 

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As promised. Some reassembly photos.

 

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Does anyone have a clue as to the proper location of where the ignition coil is located?

 

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I believe the West Barnstable FD has a similar truck. It might be worth a phone call.

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It's the Barnstable Fire Department that has a 1935 Mack "B" model pumper. Same town, different department. West Barnstable's antique is a 1956 Ford "F"/John Bean 500/500.

Barnstable, MA has five fire districts: Barnstable, West Barnstable, Cotuit, Hyannis, and Centerville-Osterville- Marston Mills (COMM).

                                    bulldogboy

                                 

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