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Model 45S “District” fire engine from Pierre, SD

Model 45S “District” fire engine from Pierre, SD

During the 1930s many cities couldn’t afford Mack’s pricey line of first class fire engines.  In 1938 Mack introduced a new line of affordable “District” fire engines.  Although based on a rugged Mack chassis, the Model 45 used a competent but lower priced...
Model C Cab Forward Fire Engine. Ex – Baldwin, NY

Model C Cab Forward Fire Engine. Ex – Baldwin, NY

The Baldwin, New York Fire Department purchased this Model C fire engine from Mack in 1966 and operated it on first line status until 2010, when it was donated to the Hall of Flame.  Unusual for 1966, they ordered an open cab rig.  It is a triple combination, with a...
Model CF600 Engine Ex-Calumet City, IL.

Model CF600 Engine Ex-Calumet City, IL.

Mack fire engines have always been extremely popular in the states of the northeastern United States, especially New York and Pennsylvania, where Mack operated several factories.  This engine was Mack’s second version of a cab forward design. It was introduced...
Model A Fire Engine. Ex – Eagle Valley, NY.

Model A Fire Engine. Ex – Eagle Valley, NY.

Mack built over 24,000 Model A’s, about 300 of which were fire engines.  The rest were sold as over the road trucks. The Model A was popular with  volunteer fire departments.  Its 510 cubic inch “Thermodyne” gasoline engine’s 180 horsepower is more  than adequate for...