1928 Ahrens Fox 600 gpm Pumper
This apparatus was originally owned by the Enterprise Fire Company of Hatboro, Pennsylvania. The apparatus was then sold to Community Fire Company of Lake Tract in Deptford Township, New Jersey. Community Fire Company sold the apparatus to an unknown private party. The apparatus than returned to the Enterprise Fire Company. CLAFAA member William H Foxall acquired the apparatus from Enterprise Fire Company and is the current owner. Photo by owner.
1893 American Hose Reel
This reel is owned and restored by CLAFAA member William Foxall. The apparatus served the Union Fire Company, Hamburg, Pennsylvania until sold to Mr. Foxall in 1965. If the name of the town sounds familiar, it should. Hamburg, Pennsylvania was the home of Hahn Fire Apparatus. Photo by owner.
1975 American LaFrance Ladder
This apparatus is a 100 foot rear mount ladder truck. A new stainless steel Century Series 2000 cab was installed in 1991. The motor is a 6-71 Detroit Diesel. This apparatus is owned by CLAFAA member Joel R. Bain. Photo by owner.
1967 American LaFrance 900 Series Pumper
This apparatus underwent a four year restoration by its owner, CLAFAA member Joel R. Bain. Photo by owner.
1977 American LaFrance 50 Foot Telesquirt
This Century Series apparatus originally served in Waldwick, New Jersey. The 6V71 Detroit Diesel engine powers a 1500 gpm pump. Owned by CLAFAA member Joel R. Bain. Photo by owner.
1989 Chevrolet Caprice
This car served the police and fire departments in Mauricetown, New Jersey before being acquired by its current owner, CLAFAA member Curt Gravenstine.
1949 Brush Truck
Owned and restored by CLAFAA member Richard S Faunce, this apparatus is pictured pumping lakeside at the 2009 Wheaton Village Muster. This muster is held annually by the Glasstown Antique Fire Brigade, the South Jersey Chapter of SPAAMFAA.
1949 Fire Police Van
This rare unit is owned by CLAFAA member Steve Austin.
1958 FWD Model F-725
This apparatus has a 750 gpm pump and carries 500 gallons of water. Originally owned by Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania Fire Company, the apparatus was sold to the Harrisonville Fire Company, Gloucester County, New Jersey in July of 1976. In May 2001, the apparatus was purchased by its current owner, CLAFAA member Randy Yardumian and family.
1959 GMC 750 GPM Pumper
Formerly Engine 923 from the Union Fire Company of Blackwood Terrace in Deptford, New Jersey, this apparatus is currently owned by CLAFAA Member Keith Kemery. The rig has a 1800 gallon water tank. The fire company purchased the chassis and pump from Boyer. The apparatus body was then built by members of the BTFC.
In the 1970s, the fire company added the large caliber deluge gun to the rig. The deluge gun was originally from a decommissioned Philadelphia fire boat. When the fire boat was removed from service, the gun was mounted to the rear step of the Ford Big Job pumper assigned to PFD Engine 60. The Ford engine was then purchased by the BTFC as surplus from the PFD. Photo by the owner.
1971 Imperial 1000 gpm Pumper
This apparatus was originally owned by the Rockledge Fire Company, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. CLAFAA member Joe Stirm and his father were drivers and engineers for the company while this apparatus was in service with the company. Later, the apparatus was sold to Hebgen Basin Fire District, West Yellowstone, Montana.
As a wedding anniversary gift, Joe's wife Diane tracked the pumper down and successfully bid on it, bringing the piece back for her husband to again care for and enjoy.
1954 Mack B-75-F 1011 Pumper
This pumper served Radnor, Pennsylvania from December 27, 1954 to April 23, 1974. The apparatus was than sold to the Rockingham, Vermont Volunteer Fire Company. The apparatus has a Mack Thermodyne 464B engine, Hale QL75 750 gpm pump, 400 gallon water tank and five speed direct transmission. The original cost was $15,000. The apparatus was repurchased on 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, New York, first place at the 2009 Pennsylvania State Fire Convention, and first place Senior Award at the 2009 Hershey AACA National Show in Hershey, Pennsylvania. It now serves as the signature truck for the Radnor Fire Company.
1977 Mack CF-600 / 1990 KME Refurb
Engine 1114 from Diligent Fire Company #3 in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania was retired on December 31, 2009 and acquired by CLAFAA Member Keith Kemery in April of 2010. The apparatus has a 1000 gpm pump and 750 gallon water tank. Photo by Andrew Sullivan.
1954 MACK LS-85
This apparatus is proudly owned by the Jacoby family of Florence, New Jersey.
This apparatus is owned by CLAFAA member Scott Seifert.
This apparatus has a 1250 gpm pump, 500 gallon water tank, and 5 speed transmission. Originally owned by John Paulding Engine Company 1 of Sparkill, New York, the apparatus was sold to Mack C Model enthusiast and CLAFAA member Don Holden of Prospect, Connecticut in June 2010.
CLAFAA member Mike Robertson purchased the rig on June 10, 2012. Mike is also a Lieutenant with Evesham Fire-Rescue in Evesham, New Jersey.
1971 75 Foot Snorkle
Formerly owned by Pascoag Fire Department in Rhode Island, this apparatus is currently owned by CLAFAA member Bruce Betton of Smyrna, Delaware.
1940 Seagrave 600 gpm Pumper
This apparatus was originally owned by Rockledge Fire Company of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The apparatus was sold to the Rohm and Hass Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, then moved to the Rohm and Hass plant in North Carolina. From there the apparatus was sold to Cumberland Road Fire Department, Fayetteville, North Carolina. In May of 2003 CLAFAA member William Foxall acquired the rig, bringing it back to its hometown. Photo by owner.
1974 Seagrave 100 Foot TDA
Formerly serving with the Baltimore City, Maryland Fire Department, this apparatus appeared in the 2004 movie “Ladder 49” starring John Travolta and Joaquin Phoenix. The apparatus is now owned by CLAFAA Member Donald Wernig and housed at CLAFAA’s Repaupo Fire Museum. Photo by Keith Kemery.