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1973 R Model / E-One For sale


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Here ya go:

https://www.firetruckmall.com/AvailableTrucks/TruckDetails.aspx?Truck=05791-1973-E-One-Mack-Pumper&Id=4688

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1973 E-One Mack Pumper
Mack Chassis
Seating for 2
Mack Diesel Engine
Mack 5 Speed Manual with 2 Speed Rear Transmission
Waterous 750 GPM Side-Mount Pump
1000 Gallon Polypropylene Tank
Driver's Side Discharges: 2 - 2.5"
Driver's Side Suction: 1 - 4.5", 1 - 2.5"
Officer's Side Discharges: 1 - 2.5"
Officer's Side Suction: 1 - 4.5"
Rear Discharges: 2 - 2.5"
2 - 1.5" Crosslays
2 - Telescoping Scene Lights
Loose Equipment Included: 2 - 4.5" x 10' Suction Hoses
Engine Hours: 1366
Mileage: 36,907

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Larry

1959 B61 Liv'n Large......................

Charter member of the "MACK PACK"

 

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That Mack R was rebuilt at some time because E-One was not in business in 1973 and that pump has been upgraded to 1,250 GPM with those discharge's. 1973 Mack chassis with about 1995 to 2000 year update. Boy would like to have that next to my B-95

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That Mack R was rebuilt at some time because E-One was not in business in 1973 and that pump has been upgraded to 1,250 GPM with those discharge's. 1973 Mack chassis with about 1995 to 2000 year update. Boy would like to have that next to my B-95

The ad says it was refurburbished in "98"......so you pretty much were right on
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wish I would of seen that before we bought our cf 3 weeks ago I would of tried to bought it but the new cf is a real nice truck though

Joe, you bought another "CF"? Do you have three "CF"s now? Pictures of them all would be great.

bulldogboy

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I would have been interested in it if had the original Mack body on it.

Most, if not all, "R", "MB", and "MC" fire trucks had bodies built by Grumman (Howe), Hamerly, or others. Most fire apparatus built in the '70s had bodies that rusted away in no time. There probably

aren't many existing "R", "MB", "MC", or "CF" models with the original body still on them (not one that saw any fire activity, anyway). Same goes for Ward LaFrance, ALF, Seagrave, etc.

bulldogboy

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  • 1 month later...

bull dog I tried to post the pics but it says files are too big to up load. sorry it took me so long to see the post. she is a 1973 cf that originally was built for franklin town ship ohio. then viper ky got her. you can see pictures of her on Kentuckyfiretrucks.com look for perry county and then viper fire dept.

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