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Engine 1 1938 Diamond - T Maxim Pumper
E 1

South Windsor's first newly purchased engine

 


Engine 2 1948 Maxim Motor Co. Pumper
e 2 1947

Old Engine 2 - 1948 Diamond-T Maxim - 500 gallon-per-minute pump; 1,000 gallon tank
old engine 2


Rescue 1948 Chevrolet Rescue
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First Rescue Vehicle - 1948 1-ton Chevy pick-up truck


Engine 3 1958 American LaFrance Pumper
OldE 3

Old Engine 3 - 1958 American LaFrance - 750 gallon-per-minute pump


Engine 4 1962 Maxim Motor Co. Pumper
Old E 4 1962

Old Engine 4 - 1962 Maxim - 1,000 gallon-per-minute pump


Rescue 5 1965 Chevrolet Rescue
Old R 5 1965

Old Rescue 5 - 1965 Chevy


Engine 6 1966 Maxim Motor Co. Pumper
OldE 6

Old Engine 6 - 1966 Maxim - 1,000 gallon-per-minute pump


Truck 7 1969 American La France Aerial Platform
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Truck 7 - 1969 American La France 900 Series Aero Chief 80 Quint
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Engine 2 / 4 1972 Ward LaFrance Pumper
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Old Engine 2, later assigned as Engine 4 - 1972 Ward LaFrance - 1,250 gallon-per-minute pump
Old E 22


Engine 8 1978 American LaFrance Pumper
e 8 1978

Old Engine 8 - 1978 American LaFrance - 1,250 gallon-per-minute pump


Rescue 5 1982 Emergency One Rescue
Old Rescue 5

 


Ladder 7 1986 Emergency One Ladder (80')
Ladder 7

Ladder 7 1500gpm /300gallon tank


Engine 3 1987 Emergency One Pumper
Engine 3

Engine 3 1500gpm/ 500gal tank


Engine 4 1988 Emergency One Pumper
E4

 

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patch transSouth Windsor Volunteer Fire Department

1175 Ellington Road
South Windsor, CT 06074
860.644.8547

 

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