This engine spent time as a front line engine for the Loveland Fire Authority here in Colorado. It is a Mack CF600 pumper and is now part of the Loveland Fire’s Museum.
Another La County Fire Engine 51. This one is headed to a retired firefighter in Louisiana. It based upon Engine 51 from the TV Show Emergency.
Another Brighton Fire truck, this one is currently assigned as Truck 53 for the Fire District. It is built on a Spartan chassis and has Smeal body work and a 75′ aerial.
During the 1970’s this was the most popular fire truck seen on TV. It comes from the TV Show “Emergency” and they ran from LA County Station #51. For a good portion of the show there used an engine built by Ward LaFrance. This is our version of this truck.
This truck was ran buy Ladder 3 of the FDNY prior to 9/11. On that day this truck was destroyed. Today it sits in the 9/11 Museum on display. We wanted to re-build it on how it look the morning of the attacks. It is 1994 Seagrave 100ft rear mount ladder.
This is a Mack CF 95ft platform. This truck will be heading with us to Pennsylvania for the Harrisburg pump in in July of 2018. I have been wanting to build this for some time.
This engine was built in 1984 for the Dacono Area Fire Protection District and then later served as Mountain View Fire Engine 71. It is a E-One / Spartan, 1,500 gpm pump with a 1,000 gallon tank.
This is the Dallas Ft. Worth International Airport Fire Medic 601. It is going to be given as a retirement gift.
This is a scaled down version of our Excavator and is meant to enjoyed by kids and adults. The boom and bucket worked and the cab will pivot.
This is a 1978 Mack CF pumper that refurbished in 1998 for the Union Fire Company. The rig is now privately owned and two were requested.