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Power Wagon Fire Trucks
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Donn Marinovich

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Little Mo W205

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Otego FD

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Brush 23

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Norfolk Mass 1968 WM300 at auction

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Norfolk Mass 1968 WM300

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Norfolk Mass 1968 WM300

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Mark Davis' 1977 Mini Pumper

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1959 W300 Little Mo

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North Brookfield MA

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Yarmouth Cape Cod MA

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Mass DEM

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Mass State trucks

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Mass State Fire #75

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Falmouth #33 Cape Cod MA

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Cotuit Station Cape Cod MA 1950's

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Manomet Cape Cod MA 1993

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Cotuit Cape Cod MA 1962

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Brookfield MA 1960 W300

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1961 Howe Pumper midship pump, manufactured in Anderson, Ind for the S. Butler Pa FD... KGC714 on the cowl is the original radio call sign

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Sold at auction for $375

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http://www.historical-fire-engines.com/index.php

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Steve Simon's 1950 PW from Peterborough NH

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Warren Lun

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1967 Power Wagon, built by American Fire Apparatus

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Grahamville NY

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Bridgewater Mass. FD

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1961 WM300 Howe owned by Bob Stopka.

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Golden Age of Trucking museum in Middlebury, Conn

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1954 Dodge M37 - Converted to Brush Truck 1961
owned by: Nollie Neill, Jr


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R2 Crash truck
Robert Sims


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1963 M37 with 33K miles.  The truck is all stock except the fire apparatus.

Hollis Wooldridge
New Braunfels, Texas


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Jim Murdock 1966 WM300

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Fire Truck and photo by Don Evans Bakersfield, CA

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Bob Thompson's 1965 WM300 purchased from the So. Butler Pa. VFD

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5,500 original miles

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1965 WM300 Mine Run Volunteer Fire Department
Orange County Virginia
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Roger Mesenbrink's 1949 Power Wagon with Coast fire body.

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Black Forest FD, this truck was sold a couple of years ago.

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Belchertown, MA FD

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Cotuit Cape Cod MA

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1947 WDX POWERWAGON. IT IS STILL IN THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE COTUIT MA. SAME AS PHOTO #4" --DAN WITTENMEYER

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Falmouth,MA <> Brush Unit

David I road on this truck as a kid, spent many days assisting Ted Palmer (the master mechanic at FFD) keep this machine on the road.  This truck was converted into a generator truck/light plant around 1980. (08/13/03)


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This is Yarmouth MA engine 46 (retired). Was made into a boom for mooring duty. Currently has been returned to YFD to hopefully be used as a fire prevention aide." --Kai Raiskio,

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Rowley MA FD

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Rowley MA FD

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Rowley MA FD

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Gleenwood FD NY

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Gleenwood FD NY

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Gleenwood FD NY

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PW that has been restored was used by the Cook County Forest Service as a brush truck.
It has a 300 gal tank in the bed, a single stage PTO pump. We believe about
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Adelphia Fire Dept.

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North Queensbury FD

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W500

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Jamestown RI FD

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1961 "retired" in 1998 with 6800 miles. 2nd owner: Ken Weza, San Jose, CA

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Massachusetts Forest Service still has these in use today.

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WW2 1/2 TON DODGE WHICH HAS BEEN CONVERTED TO A FIRE TRUCK

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It originally came from Barksdale AFB in Louisiana.
Great running, driving truck sold to Hugh Taylor  (James Taylor's younger brother)
who drives it as his daily driver on Martha's Vineyard.

Presently going through a major tranformation to become a pick-up truck and we are utilizing the pumper body for this modification.
"Finished the transformation on this Fire Truck to a pick-up utilizing the same body. I do have some great photos for anyone interested." --Mark Harding mark@wampworx.com, 10/02/03


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Picture from ebay auction

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This flat-fender just sold for NOK 15.000 / approx. USD $1,900 !! The body was built by "Axelsen" in Norway

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This one is still in use in Mandal, Norway - pop. 13000

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1965 W300 from Pekin FD in Illinois 9,000 original miles

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1964 Dodge W300 Power Wagon [TX]

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1958 Dodge D500 Fire Truck $1,000 [SC]

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