We are looking to find a exhaust manifold for a Continental updraft gas engine for 1948 Mack 45S fire truck .The engine # is ENF330 serial #EN330G-4691K the manifold # is 5600E407. We are very interested in finding one that’s in better shape than whats on the engine. If you can help us, it would be greatly appreciated. Contact Richard Staub 717-578-7818 or 717-244-0623 or e-mailWanted Category: Other Items.
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
- Maynard Fire Apparatus emblem
- 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.)
- Cab pillar mounted spotlight.
- 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.
Caretaker- “Old T-21”
Quiambaug Volunteer Fire Company
860-625-7713 or Email
Looking for parts and/or photos to restore my 1957 Willys-Howe CJ5 Fire Jeep
Overhead ladder rack
Front rails and stanchions for ladder rack
2 lengths of 10 foot x 4 inch Howe NST hard suction hose
2 lengths of 10 foot x 2 1/2 inch Howe NST hard suction hose
2 hard suction trays with clamps
1 24 foot wood or aluminum extension ladder
2 Howe style axehead brackets
2 Howe style axe handle tulip clamps
Greg Risk Email or 419-578-9030Wanted Category: Other Items.
Wanted – O.J. Childs chemical engine pressure gauge, 2 ½” in diameter and an O.J. Childs wrench to complete our Chemical engine. See photos. Also in need of any O.J. Childs literature, adds, etc showing their hand drawn equipment so we can restore ours to exact factory specifications. I also will be
casting crank handles for Childs chemical tanks so contact me if needed. Thomas Herman, 804-590-1239 or email
I am restoring a 1923 ALF Model 12 in Albuquerque FD Livery by donating my time and materials and on the hunt for the following: Radiator cap, Hub caps, Tool Box, Suction Hose holders, Rear hand rails and brackets, floor board, Clutch pedal & seat. Vehicle will be used for community events and parades. EmailWanted Category: Other Items.