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My Mack fire apparatus photo album

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Tanker 26, Dunklin, SC

1984 Mack DM/KME A/S32R-9

500/5000

#DM4925-2448/#KM-617

x-US Air Force

Ta26DunklinSC.jpg

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2 hours ago, GA_Dave said:

Tanker 26, Dunklin, SC

1984 Mack DM/KME A/S32R-9

500/5000

#DM4925-2448/#KM-617

Ta26DunklinSC.jpg

Looks like an Air Force rig.  

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Engine 434, Francisco, NC (Department antique)

1948 Mack 75ES

750/750

#75S-237? (last digit unreadable)

x-???

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9 hours ago, GA_Dave said:

Antique Engine, Ridgeville, SC (sitting behind fire station)

1951 Mack 85-LS

750/???

#85-LS-1505

Very nice old truck; hope that they can find room for it in the station before it's too late.

                                                   bulldogboy

                                                   

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"Kennedy", Pink Heals Breast Cancer fundraising vehicle (based in Chattanooga)

1968 Mack CF/1989 Pierce refurb

1000/1000

#CF685F10-1001

x-???

Kennedy.jpg

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Engine 542, Erwin, NC (Department antique)

1942 Mack 45E

500/250

#45E-1095

E542ErwinNC.jpg

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Engine 434, Francisco, NC (Department antique)

1978 Mack 75ES

750/750

#75S-237? (last digit unreadable)

Typo no doubt. I'm sure you mean 1948, not 1978.

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16 hours ago, fxfymn said:

Typo no doubt. I'm sure you mean 1948, not 1978.

D'oh!  I type with only one finger, but sometimes it gets away from me!  Correction made, thanks!

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Engine 1, Madison, NJ (retired/Collector owned)

1981 Mack CF

1250/500

#CF685F12-2165

xE1MadisonNJ.jpg

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Tower 1, Madison, NJ (retired/collector owned)

1981 Mack CF

0/0/75' Aerialscope

#CF686FAP-1389

xT1MadisonNJ.jpg

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Ladder 1, Buchanan, MI (retired/collector owned)

1951 Mack 85-LS

750/110/65' Maxim

#85-LS-1525

xL1BuchananMI.jpg

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Hello Dave,

.         I was afraid that this day would be coming soon. Thank you for sharing your Mack fire apparatus photos. Checking out your posts has become a big part of my day. Happy hunting!

Don 🚒

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Thanks so much for sharing!  I'm not really even into fire trucks but I always enjoyed your work.

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Ditto; I'm going to miss my daily Mack fire truck fix.

OBTW; Typo on the Scenic Brook pic. B85F, not B86F. After all these I understand why you would be tired and miss a couple of tiny things. Thanks again!

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Thanks from me too for all the great pictures. Hope there are some undiscovered treasurers out there to be found.

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if you ever make it to southeast Kentucky I know where there are 7 CF trucks at.

 

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Thanks, guys, I'm glad you enjoyed them.  (I fixed the "B-86" typo).  I was out today shooting apparatus, but didn't run across any Macks.  They are still out there and I am sure I'll add more in time.  That Jasper Aerialscope is one I just photographed in April.

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That Jasper Aerialscope is one I just photographed in April.

46 years old and still in front line service! That would be a poster child for Mack (and Baker) if they still built fire apparatus.

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Dave:

Thanks for all the photos, they show the wide array of apparatus that Mack built over the years. There are still a few Macks in service in smaller departments in northern New England. 

After years of departments moving away from Mack for tanker chassis, going to IHC, Kenworth, etc., a few new tankers have been built on Mack "Granite" chassis:

Windham, NH - 2016 Granite/Rosenbauer, 1500/3000

Rochester, NH - 2016 Granite/Toyne, 1500/3000

Killington, VT - 2016 Granite/KME, ?/3000

It's a start!!

                                         bulldogboy

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