This is the most challenging truck to date. More info can be found on the “250th Truck Page“.
This is one of the coolest fire trucks I have ever seen. This one of the trucks that protects the Jack Daniels Distillery. This is our second attempt to get a truck to pump water. These are the times I wish that I could paint the trucks.
This Tower protects the City of Edmonton, Canada and is our first international truck to be built. It is on a Spartan chassis with Smeal building the body and the aerial device.
The ARFF (Airport Rescue Fire Fighting) truck is located north of us in the City of Loveland. Based on an Emergency One Titan Force 4×4 ARFF Rig.
This engine is headed to the Coopers Plains – Long Acres Fire Department in New York. The Engine is a E-One pumper.
Another Brighton Fire truck.
This truck is based upon a Crown Coach 100ft tiller. The firefighter wanted to reflect a truck that would have seen service in Maui, which is his favorite place to visit.
This ARFF (Airport Rescue Firefighting) truck was the first big heavy hitter for protecting airplanes. The Oshkosh P-15 Truck, Airport Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF) is a 65 ton, 8×8 vehicle that was first fielded in 1977. It carries 6,100 gallons of water and 515 gallons of foam, designed for all-weather operation at airfields for fire suppression. Two 1,250 gpm pumps and two 1,200 gpm turrets delivered the water and foam. The P-15 ARFF is powered by a Detroit Diesel 8V92F V-8 engine mated to an Allison 5-speed transmission. It weighed 130,860 lbs., with dimensions length 45.2 ft., width 10.0 ft., and height of 13.8 ft. This P-15 was built for the Military Firefighter Heritage Foundation. I have wanted to build this rig for many years.
This ambulance is owned by Platte Valley Hospital and is one of the three in service in Brighton Colorado.