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  1. #41
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    Default What kind of truck do you have??

    1946 seagrave (engine)
    1986 chevy (rescue unit)
    1985 4 ton 4X4 (engine)
    1988 chevy (Tender)
    1999 dodge pickup (Chief's Rig)
    2 Ford 1986 cab-overs (engines)


    FDNY we wŪll never forget what you lost on september 11


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    2001 Ford E-450/ Braun Ambulance
    1998 International/ 4 Guys Pumper
    1985 International/ Betten Rol-Up Heavy Rescue (Pepsi delivery truck)
    1985 Dodge Ram Mini Pumper
    1979 Ford/ 4 Guys 2000 gal tanker
    1973 Ford/ American Pumper
    1973 Young/ Snorkel Crusader '65
    Firefighter/EMT Mitch Cowen
    Hose Co. 1 1st Lieutenant
    Randolph Fire Co. Inc

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    i personnally LOVE Pierce, my department has:
    [12-75]1998 Pirece Quantum 2000/750/50
    [12-76]1987 Pierce Dash 1500/750
    [12-77]1976 Hahn Pumper 1250/500
    [12-86]1992 Mack/Saulsbury Heavy Rescue
    [12-93]1973 Dodge Powerwagon Brush 200/250
    [12-88]2002 Ford F350 4dr Utility/Station Truck
    [12-66]2002 Ford Explorer (Chief's)
    [12-67]1996 Ford Crown Victorian (Dep. Chief)
    [12-87]1992 Chevy Caprice (Fire Police)

  4. #44
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    We have 3 E-One trucks

    FM-7-Fire Marshel-1994 Chevy Caprice
    730-Chiefs Car-2000 Ford Expedition
    731-Engine-1996 E-One Cyclone 6 man cab
    733-Engine-1996 E-One Cylcone 6 Man Cab
    736-Ladder-1991 E-One Hurricane/Hush 75' Ladder
    738-Rescue-1987-Ford F-8000/Marion Rescue
    739-Squad-2001- Ford F-450/ Horton Type III
    73-1-Marine-19??- Boat
    73-2-Marine-19??-Boat
    Hose Cart(Antique)1899 Built by Archibald Wheel Company
    Rob aka Squinty

    The Fighting Seventy-Third

    Westville Fire Department
    Gloucester County
    New Jersey

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    my dept uses:

    '05 KME pumper
    '96 KME pumper
    '98 Sutphen 100 ft. tower (beautiful truck)
    '80s Duplex pumper/ reel truck
    '70s Maxim pumper
    '99 Ford F350 forestry
    '94? Ford F350 foreestry
    '86 GMC tanker
    '86 GMC 4x4 rescue
    '20's Ahrens Fox pumper

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    We have:

    -New Medic 793 -2006(2007 possibly?) Ford/Road Rescue Medic Unit (to be delivered 1st week of April)
    -Medic 793- 2001 Ford/Road Rescue Medic Unit
    -Medic 798- 1992 Ford/Wheeled Coach Medic Unit
    -Engine 794- 1998 E-One/Freightliner ALS Engine
    -Engine 790- 1984 Pierce Rescue/Engine
    -Tower Ladder 791- 1978 Sutphen 85' Tower Ladder
    -Squad 792- 1979 GMC/Gertenslager Heavy Rescue/Special Ops
    -Safety 795- 1973 Chevy Safety Officers Vehicle/Utility
    -Chief 200/Unit 796- 2002 Ford Expedition Command Vehicle
    -Marine 1- 18' Boston Whaler
    -Hook and Ladder 791- 1920's American LaFrance Ladder truck (currently in storage, needs some TLC )


    Pics of all current apparatus and the new medic that is in construction can be found on our website: www.rossfordfire.com
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    our first due : 4205 - a 1991 E-One 50' Teleboom
    2nd due : 4201 - a 1995 E-One Pumper
    Transport: 4204 - a 15 passenger Ford van
    Utility/Support: 4203 - E-One body Utility/Rescue vehicle.

    all our trucks can be seen at www.ofc1.org

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    Quote Originally Posted by RFRDxplorer View Post
    We have:

    -New Medic 793 -2006(2007 possibly?) Ford/Road Rescue Medic Unit (to be delivered 1st week of April)
    -Medic 793- 2001 Ford/Road Rescue Medic Unit
    -Medic 798- 1992 Ford/Wheeled Coach Medic Unit
    -Engine 794- 1998 E-One/Freightliner ALS Engine
    -Engine 790- 1984 Pierce Rescue/Engine
    -Tower Ladder 791- 1978 Sutphen 85' Tower Ladder
    -Squad 792- 1979 GMC/Gertenslager Heavy Rescue/Special Ops
    -Safety 795- 1973 Chevy Safety Officers Vehicle/Utility
    -Chief 200/Unit 796- 2002 Ford Expedition Command Vehicle
    -Marine 1- 18' Boston Whaler
    -Hook and Ladder 791- 1920's American LaFrance Ladder truck (currently in storage, needs some TLC )


    Pics of all current apparatus and the new medic that is in construction can be found on our website: www.rossfordfire.com

    Jake I honestly knew nothing about the ALF Ladder...you got any pictures of it by chance...

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    Guilford Fire:
    Engine 1...1972 Ford Hahn L-900 (Replaced 1970 Chevrolet)
    Engine 3...1995 Ford E-One (Replaced 1968? Ford Hahn)
    Tanker 1...2006 International KME (Replaced 1972 GMC Tech-Weld)
    Brush 1...1997 Ford F-350 (Replaced 1955 Dodge Powerwagon)
    Off-Road Unit...2004 Orion Trailer

    Vernon Fire:
    Engine 1...1985 Ford-FMC
    Engine 3...2001? KME
    Tanker 1...1985 Freightliner E-One (Formerly Engine 2)
    Brush 1...1976 Ford F-350 (Formerly Engine 5)
    Squad 1...2001? Chevrolet Blazer
    Boat 1...2004 Zodiac

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    Default Help me, please



    The truck which brand?

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    That is a CROWN FIRECOACH. No longer in business. Mostly seen on the West Coast of the US.
    "Loyalty Above all Else. Except Honor."

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