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Nice!

Would look good next to your L!

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God I'd love to have that. 

 

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13 hours ago, 1958 F.W.D. said:

God I'd love to have that. 

 

You are not a-l-o-n-e :):)

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I would almost trade one of our CFs for that truck. it sounds to me like they don't have anyone left that knows how to drive it. I know its a old truck and its nice to up grade your equipment if you can but you just cant beat a MACK and if they cant get parts for it there not going to the right place to get them.

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Joe that that truck has, should have, Yocum Creek written all over it. It would be a great addition to your fleet and the best tanker in the Evarts area based on reliability and the amount of water it carries.  I think you need to push David into having the county find some money. 

Just my opinion,

Don

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Don if only I could win the lottery we would have the newest old mack fleet in the country. I would love to have a truck like this for our area. its prob got 3.000 or bigger tank. but then we would have the problem of not having anyone to drive it except me lol.  

 

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Does anyone know who Purchased this Mack? Or how much it went for? The listing expired. This was one of the first firetrucks I ever Drove and still my Favorite. I drove it when it was Redding Engine 4  Back in 1993. Redding Ct.

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1 hour ago, DJR said:

Does anyone know who Purchased this Mack? Or how much it went for? The listing expired. This was one of the first firetrucks I ever Drove and still my Favorite. I drove it when it was Redding Engine 4  Back in 1993. Redding Ct.

Redding, CT.  Damn, another yankee  

that truck is no match for "Pride of the West Side"

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58 minutes ago, hatcity said:

Redding, CT.  Damn, another yankee  

that truck is no match for "Pride of the West Side"

What version? The old R model W2 or the Granite W2?..lol  I have driven them all and this is still my Favorite. Probably because it was a BEAST.. loved Redding ridge's 76 CF as well ...But the Granite "Pride of the west side" is right behind it. lol

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the R model similar to above, but had chrome on it.

From Danbury

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This truck was purchased by Dave Foster of Henniker NH.   He owns Foster materials, I sent him the ad, he bought it, and I sent a truck to haul it back to his shop.   You could give him a call, a real nice guy who has a Mack collection of working trucks that make you drool!

 

Good luck, 

Bill

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     Nice to hear that it has been saved and not too far away. Along with Ayer & Goss Oil Company and Skip McKean Transportation, Henniker seems to have quite a few antique Macks. 

     According to McKean, "The Only Henniker On Earth".

                                                                   bulldogboy                    

                   

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Will it stay a fire truck or be taken apart?  

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