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1995/2005 Horton/Ford - C-82

1995 Horton Box Transfered & Refurbished on to a 2005 Ford E350 Chassis


1994 Pierce Saber - 82-3

One of twin engines purchased in 1994. Engine 3 has a 1500 GPM pump, a 750 gallon booster tank and carries a rescue tool. Ran first due from station 1 for over 10 years and is now used primarily for stand-by assignments.


1994 Pierce Saber - 82-2

One of twin engines purchased in 1994. Engine 2 has a 1500 GPM pump, a 750 gallon booster tank and carries a rescue tool. Still used as a first due engine from Station 3



1986 Little Reds - Little Reds

Fire Prevention unit made from golf cart and 35' extention ladder. Little Reds is a crowd favorite in parades as the tiller is a lot of fun.


1984 MC Series Mack - 82-1

1000 GPM 2 stage pump with a 750 gallon booster tank. Only modern day engine purchased off the lot, not custom ordered. Bought as a quick replacement after the accident in November of 1983 when Engine 1 rear-ended Engine 4 wrecking 2 engines. Engine 1 has been a very dependable utility engine, that is used mainly for brush fires today and is a favorite to the older members.


1925 American LaFrance - 82-25

This American LaFrance Triple combination Motor Fire Truck, was our third motorized apparatus and first pumping apparatus. She has a 750gpm pump, chemical tank, and ladders, purchased for a cost of $12,750. Restored in 1996 for 200th Anniversary. Currently on display in our new museum room at Station 1


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