Wanted: Quiambaug Volunteer Fire Company of Stonington, Connecticut is seeking the return of the following items or information (3-12-18)

Wanted: Quiambaug Volunteer Fire Company of Stonington, Connecticut is seeking the return of the following items or information regarding the whereabouts as to facilitate their return to the Company.

1. Federal 66G Siren

  1. Maynard Fire Apparatus emblem
  1. Akron 3-port “multiversal” master stream device/ deck gun with stream straightener and stacked tips. (This item was reported to have been sold to an individual in Tennessee and placed on an apparatus that was then sold.)
  1. Cab pillar mounted spotlight.
  1. Misc. Items and fittings including four small “lug” style spanner wrenches with pedestal mounted holder, three 2.5” discharge elbows and caps, and 4.5” barrel strainer.

These items would have come from an individual named Rob Graham. All items were removed from our 1961 International Harvester/ Maynard pumper and are still property of the QVFD.  We would greatly appreciate the return of these items as we are trying to preserve our apparatus as completely as possible. Please contact via cell phone or email with any information you may have. Thank you.

Randy Patterson

Caretaker- “Old T-21”

Quiambaug Volunteer Fire Company

860-625-7713 or Email

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Wanted: Photos of Western Mack fire dozer transport tractors (1-22-18)

I’m looking for photos and/or whereabouts of Western Mack fire dozer transport semi tractors from the late 60s through the 70s. In particular, I’d like to find photos of Mack RS700Ls (or similar), Mack FS700L coes (or similar) and Superliners. These models were popular in the Los Angeles County area and perhaps also in other western states. Hope to learn if any of these older Mack tractors still exist. I know at least one was retired and sold only about 10 years ago. Does anyone know where these trucks ended up? See photo for an example of what I’m looking for.  Email

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Info on 1941 American La France (12-4-17)

I am looking for information on a 1941 American LaFrance delivered to Spangler Fire Department (PA) on October, 1941. It was traded back to American La France in January, 1960. I would appreciate any information someone may have regarding this truck.  Email  
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Looking for the current owner of a 1924 Seagrave firetruck, Model 6WT, SN 36621 (10-29-17)

The truck was originally in service in Menominee, MI and was restored by my father, Don Herson and Paul Bromund, in the mid 1980’s. It had VOGUE FIRE DEPT on the hood. This truck was auctioned off in 2013 and resold and not sure where it is now. I would like to share the history of this truck with whomever is in possession of it now. Please contact either Valerie Herson at 847-514-3314 or Paul Bromund at 847-513-4862.

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Looking for Info on Truck We Purchased (9-19-17)

A buddy and I just purchased this fire truck. It’s a 1967 General Fire Apparatus on an International Harvester with a Cincinnati cab. It’s Marked as Carmody Engine one but we believe it is from The City of Crystal Minnesota Engine #6. We are looking for any information about the truck but mostly interested in on the ramp or in service photos as we plan to restore it to original.

Thanks,
Ed

Email

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Nott Steam Engine Paint Schemes (4-12-17)

The Napa, Ca. firefighters are working on restoring our 1904 Nott steam fire engine. A local auto body shop, Lito Auto body has offered to assist us in painting the engine, but we have very few images of the steamer in it’s original paint scheme and they are not detailed enough to show the trim design. Does anyone have pictures or prints showing typical Nott paint designs clearly or pictures of restored Nott steamers? Any help would be appreciated. Please contact me at  email 
Thanks,
Dave Else
Napa Firefighters Museum Board

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I’m looking for information on my Barton fire Pump (8-18-16)

Hello – I’m looking for information on my Barton fire Pump. On the name plate, it says size 2  1/2 inch-B 1 A and the shop number is C1909 3  and on the casting it says T 30. I’m also trying to mount the pump to my 1925 Ford Model TT, but I need info on how to mount the pump and make a shaft from the pump to the crank of the motor. I’m also looking for a basket that a booster hose would have been rolled up into on top of a hose bed or chemical tank. Thanks Brian DeBosschere  email or phone 630 834 4156

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