1969 CF-600 Mack, 1250 gpm, 500 gal tank, 37,400 miles, 5 speed. Originally owned by John Paulding Engine Co 1 of Sparkill, NY until June 2010. Then sold to Mack C Model enthusiast and CLAFAA member Don Holden of Prospect, CT.
Purchased on June 10, 2012, by Mike Robertson, member of CLAFAA and career Lieutenant with Evesham (NJ) Fire-Rescue. This is Mike's first apparatus purchase.
1971 75 ft Snorkl
1971 Maxim 75ft Snorkel
Formerly owned by Pascoag FD, RI.
Currently owned by member Bruce Betton of Smyrna, DE.
1971 Imperial Pumper
1971 Imperial Pumper
1971 Imperial Pumper 1000 gpm
Owned by Joe & Diane Sturm
Originally owned by Rockledge Fire Company (RFC), Montgomery County,PA ; it was then sold to Hebgen Basin Fire District, West Yellowstone, Montana.
Joe and his father were driver/engineers for RFC.
Diane Sturm tracked this vehicle down and successfully bid on it as a wedding anniversary present for Joe.
1955 1955 B-
Owned by Scott Seipert
1954 MACK LS-85
Proudly owned by the Jacoby Family of Florence, NJ
1954 Mack B-75-F 1011 Pumper
1954 Mack B75F 1011 Pumper which serverd Radnor Pa from December 27, 1954 to April 23, 1974, when sold to Rockingham VT volunteer fire company. It has a Mack Thermodyne 464B engine, a Hale QL75 750 GPM pump, 400 gallon tank and five speed direct transmission. The original cost was $15000, It was repurchased July 20, 2002 and restored in house by the Mack team of the Radnor Fire Company with the support of many members of the community. The B75 has won many awards including first place at the 2008 SPAAMFAA National Convention in Syracuse NY, first place at the 2009 PA State Fire Convention, and first place (senior award) at the 2009 Hershey AACA national show in Hershey PA. It now serves as the signature truck for the Radnor Fire Company.
1949 Fire Police Van
This rare unit is owned by member Steve Austin.
1949 Brush Truck
Owned and restored by member Richard S Faunce. It is seen here pumping lakeside at the 2009 Wheaton Village Muster. This muster is held annually by our friends of the Glasstown Antique Fire Brigade, the South Jersey Chapter of SPAAMFAA.
1958 FWD Model F-725
This FWD is really nice and has a rich, sentimental history to it that will be featured in an upcoming CLAFAA Newsletter. This truck has a 750 gpm pump and carries 500 gallons of water. The truck was originally owned by Bryn Athyn (PA) FC, then sold to Harrisonville, Gloucester County NJ in July of 1976. In May 2001, it was purchased from them by its current owner, Member Randy Yardumian (and family).
1977 American LaFrance
This telesqurt originall served Waldwick, NJ. It has a 6V71 Detroit Diesel engine that powers a 1500 gpm pump (300 gwt). Owned by NJ Director Joel Bain, photo by same.
1967 American LaFrance
This truck under went a 4 year restoration by its owner, NJ Director Joel Bain. Photo by owner.
100 ft Rear Mount Ladder Truck
1975 American LaFrance
This Unit had a new stainless steel Century Series 2000 cab put on it in 1991. It has a 6-71 Detroit Diesel. Owned by NJ Director Joel Bain, photo by same.
1940 Seagrave 600 gpm Pumper
This 1940 Seagrave 600 gpm pumper was originally owned by Rockledge Fire Co. (Montgomery County), PA. It was then sold to Rohm and Hass Company of Philadelphia, Pa, then on to their North Caronlina plant. From there it was sold to Cumberland Road Fire Dept, Fayetteville, North Carolina. In May 2003, it was sold to William Foxall, and the rig is back in its hometown. Photo by owner.
Ex. Enterprise FC - Hatboro,PA
1928 Ahrens Fox 600 gpm
This 1928 Ahrens Fox 600 gpm Pumper was originally owned by Enterprise Fire Co. of Hatboro, PA (Montgomery Co.) It was then sold to Community Fire Co. of Lake Tract in Depford Twp., NJ. It was then sold to an unknown private party. It went back to enterprise Fire Co., then to William H Foxall. Photo by owner.l
Ex. Union FC - Hamburg, PA
1893 American Hose Reel
This Reel is owned and restored by William Foxall. It formerly served Union Fire Co., (Berks County), Hamburg, Pa until sold to Mr. Foxall in 1965. If the name of the town sounds familiar, it should. It was the home of Hahn Fire Apparatus. Photo by owner.