This 1924 Waterous Model T sat in a barn in Illinois for 40 years. It is in original condition. I have the receipt when Waterous sent it to the Kirkwood Illinois Fire Dept. It has new tires, new battery, new Kevlar bands for the transmission. Has Original brass spotlight, hand crank siren, hard suction nozzles, ladder, tool boxes, etc. It runs good. I have not tried to pump with it. It fits nicely on a trailer and in a regular garage. It has a clear Illinois title and is street legal. Accepting offers (309) 712-3913 or Email
1957 Ward LaFrance Model 1120-T Firetruck
Truck runs and drives great!
Pretty solid old truck.
Waukesha engine – runs great!
Recently had new rings installed.
Original engine. Serial plate and engine plate match (see photos).
Recently painted “Hook & Ladder Division” Logo on doors.
Wiring recently updated. All lights work!
There are a few patches on body as shown in photos.
Seagrave Chassis 35254 Model 106. According to the records, this is one of 28 units for Los Angeles with the contract date of 1923. The water pump is there, it’s just show and doesn’t operate, but possibly could be repaired. Priced at $65,000.00 Located in Kanab, UT
Email or 805-451-6566
Selling 1974 American LaFrance thousand series pumper 1250 GPM pump 500 gallon water tank 671 Detroit diesel Allison automatic transmission federal Q siren is not included in the sale some hose and miscellaneous equipment will remain on the apparatus vehicle is located in California in the central valley just south of Stockton asking price is $5000 vehicle is sold as is no warranty’s feel free to contact me about the fire engine my name is Mark Hathaway and my number is 209-456-0479
Both firetrucks and all fire collectibles will be sold at auction on September 28, 2019, at Baker Auction located at 5001 Oakland St, Denver, CO 80239. There will also the opportunity to bid online through Proxibid. Please visit www.BAESS.com and select the September 28th auction for more information and a link to more pictures.
THIS TRUCK IS A FIRST PLACE JUNIOR AAACA AWARD WINNER! (ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILE CLUB OF AMERICA) THE AWARD GOES WITH THE TRUCK, NOT THE OWNER! Any AACA member can show this at a national meet and seek FIRST PLACE SENIOR.
This truck was restored in 2011 and 2012. Down to metal. Between 2017 and 2019, the following was completed:
- Moved the back of the drivers’ seat back approximately six inches to allow for comfort behind the steering wheel- men in 1935 were a lot thinner than today.
- Removed the tank; the end of thank with original lettering was reclaimed by the Millville FD and brought “home.” New “rear end installed.
- New diamond plate flooring on front floor and firewall.
- Truck converted to 12 volts; battery
moved to engine compartment firewall.
- Automatic transmission installed.
- Tank area replaced with diamond plate walls and flooring; are sufficient for hose/equipment storage; parade friendly (Santa, musicians, etc). Back side of truck converted to door to gain entry to the former tank area. Rear lights installed on door.
- Air horns installed.
- Visibile wiring updated.
- New gas tank installed under the hose reel with filler tube at side compartment door.
- New starter
- Truck relettered to RETRO FIRE DEPARTMENT.
- All new running board rubber, July 2019.
AUGUST 2019: Rust bubbles and scratches are becoming evident. I am offering two prices; one as is and one after the body work is done. There is also paint damage from magnetic signs.
Interested? Let’s talk. Asing $ 19,000 w/o body work and 24,000 with body work.
Photos were taken August 5, 2019.
Also, see Enjine! Engine! 2018-2 pages 7 & 8 “History of a Tank”
Kevin Lynch Email or 941-223-8682 or 864-973-8646
This unit is a real piece of Chelsea/Boston history. It is an original 1954 LJ Mack (Open Cab) Type 95 Fire Engine #6 that was used in the “Great Chelsea Fire of 1973”. It is all original including the Mack bell, wood ladder, and 6 cylinder Mack motor. It runs and drives and is complete with 68,506 original miles. Please Call DAVE PRITCHARD @ 978-992-7077 Anytime
VIN: 9988754566FE Year: 1954 Manufacturer: Mack Model: L 95 Series
Mileage: 68,500 Color: Red Engine: Mack Selling Price: $9,500 BRO
1937 Buffalo Safety Sedan Engine
This antique apparatus is in perfect mechanical condition, is fully equipped, pumped at draft August, 2016, and is in the condition as seen in the photograph.
A crowd pleaser, this engine has won many prizes including First in Class at the Glenmoor Gathering Concurs of Elegance and Most Photographic at the SPAAMFAA 50th National Anniversary Muster.
Interested buyers may contact owner’s Marilyn and Jerry Clement at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 585-260-2253. A large packet of information, including a record of frame-up restoration,
is available for interested parties.
Asking price is $24,900.00 or best respectable offer.Apparatus.
Ex-Chagrin Falls, Ohio Completely restored. Unfortunately, the members of the department were not able to purchase it. This beautifully restored rig is ready to run, drive, pump and show off. Contact the owner Ed Hawk at 440-498-9552 with any questions about equipment, engine or pump details. Asking $20,000.
American Fire Apparatus
Manufactured in Battle Creek Michigan
- In line 6 cylinder 426 with Zenith Carburetor
- Five speed manual transmission with split rear axle with dashboard vacuum high and low shift making for an effective ten speed.
- Hydrovac power assist
- 500 GPM two stage Hale Pump with vacuum shift on dash and Pressure / Capacity shift on pump panel
- 500 gallon tank
- Two power rewind hose reels
- Height: 8’
- Width: 8’ 4” without mirror extended
- Length: 28’ without ladder / 31’ with ladder overhang
Comes equipped with:
- Aluminum extension ladder
- Aluminum roof ladder
- Two fire axes
- Two large diameter suction hose
- Chrome strainer for suction hose
- Chrome pry bar
- Assorted chrome hose adapters
- Battering ram
- Pike pole
- Spanner wrenches
- Two carpenter hand held lanterns
- Two wild fire Indian pump cans
- Water fire extinguisher
- Chemical fire extinguisher