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  1948 Chevolet / American LaFrance Pumper, 500 gallon per minute pump, 300 gallon water tank. This was the very first fire truck purchased by the Enfield Volunteer Fire Company. It remained in service until November of 1985. The truck was later sold to a fire department in the state of Florida with plans to refurbish it as a parade ruck.
  1959 Ford tanker, 1000 gallon water tank, 500 gallon per minute front mount pump. The Ford chassis was purchased for $3,314.00. The water tank was installed by the members after purchasing it for $10.00 from the Seneca Army Depot. The truck remained in service until being replaced by the 1975 Ford/Saulsbury Tanker. It was sold for $3,000.00 to the Fillmore Fire Department in western New York.
  1964 Dodge
  1964 F750 Tanker
  1964 F750
  1965 Dodge D200
  1967 Ford F750
  1967 Ford F750 Paint
  1967 LaFrance
  1968 Jeep
  1975 Ford F750
  1978 Chevolet/Saulsbury 4 wheel drive Mini-Pumper. Powered by a 350 cu.in.gas engine and automatic transmission. 200 gallon water tank with a 250 gallon per minute PTO pump. The apparatus was built by Saulsbury Fire Apparatus in Tully, New York and paid for totally from monies raised by the membership. The apparatus doubled as a light rescue vehicle and initial attack apparatus.The apparatus was a quick response vehicle but was hampered by the lack of sufficient water supply. These vehicles were very popular in the 80's but as manufactures were able to couple automatic transmissions with big horsepower diesel engines and large capacity water they were used more as special application vehicles. This apparatus was sold to the McGraw, New York fire company in 1991
1978 Chevy
1978 Ford C-8000
  1983 Ford/Saulsbury Tanker, powered by a 429 cu. in. gas engine and a 5 speed manual tranmission with a 2 speed rear end, 1250 gallon water tank, 250 gallon per minute PTO pump. The fire body was originally built by Saulsbury Fire Apparatus in Tully, New York and was mounted on a 1964 Ford chassis.In 1983 the body was removed and placed on the current cab and chassis. The work was completed by Halpin Fire Apparatus in Elmira, New York. This Apparatus was replaced by the 1996 Freightliner/Saulsbury 3000 gallon Tanker and sold to the Speedsville, New York fire company
  985 Ford/Saulsbury tanker, powered by a 210 HP Caterpillar diesel engine and a 5 speed manual transmission with a 2 speed rear end, 1250 gallon water tank, 250 GPM PTO pump. This was the first diesel powered  apparatus purchased by the fire company. The apparatus was sold to the Windsor, New York fire company and was replaced by the 2007 International/KME tanker
  1990 Chevolet Suburban light rescue. This vehicle was purchased used from a Pennsylvania car dealership in 1994 and refurbuished by the members to accomondate light rescue response calls. It remained in service until 2005
  1990 Ford/FMC pumper, powered by a 250 HP Caterpillar diesel engine and a Allison automatic transmission, 1000 gallon water tank, 1250 GPM Hale pump. This apparatus was one of two units purchased as a identical pair. The apparatus was purchased from LaFrance Fire Equipment out of Elmira, New York and built by FMC in Florida.
1990 Ford/FMC pumper, powered by a 250 HP Caterpillar diesel engine with a Allison automatic transmission, 1000 gallon water tank, 1250 GPM Hale pump. This apparatus was one of two pumpers purchased as a pair of identical units. The units were purchased from LaFrance Fire Equipment in Elmira, New York and built by FMC in Florida. The apparatus was sold to the Mix District #7 in Connecticut and was replaced with the 2001 American LaFrance pumper
1996 Freightliner/Saulsbury Tanker. Powered by a 410hp Caterpillar diesel engine with a Allison automatic transmission. It is equipped with a 500 gallon per minute pump and carries 3000 gallons of water. The rear body and tank are constructed of stainless steel for both durability and longevity. The apparatus was built by Saulsbury Fire Apparatus located in Tully, New York
2000 American LaFrance Rescue Pumper, this apparatus doubles as a heavy rescue and first line attack pumper. Powered by a 455 hp Caterpillar diesel engine with a Allison automatic transmission. It is equipped with a 1500 gallon per minute pump, 1000 gallons of water, PTO driven generator, a full line of extrication tools incuding cutters, spreaders, hydralic rams, and air bags. It also carries all initial fire attack equipment, attack hose line, 5 inch supply hose, breathing apparatus, ladders and a full assortment of firefighting hand tools.This apparatus has seating for 6 firefighters and provides provisions for these firefighters to be totally geared up and ready the minute the apparatus arrives on the scene. In a effort to keep apparatus costs at a minimun this apparatus actually replaced two vehicles, the 1978 Ford heavy rescue and one of the 1990 FMC Pumpers. The apparatus was built by R.D.Murray Fire Apparatus in Hamburg, New York
2001 Ford F-350 diesel pick up. This vehicle doubles as a tow vehicle for the trailer and is set up for grass and brush fires as well as being used as a misc. utility vehicle. 2001 Wells Cargo Special Operations trailer. The trailer carries haz-mat equipment, additional extrication tools, fire investigation tools This vehicle as well as the 2001 F-350 and the 2001 American LaFrance rescue pumper were part of a combination and downsizing of the 1978 Ford/Saulsbury Heavy Rescue.  
2004 Ford F-250 Light rescue/EMS response vehicle. The vehicle is equipped with a portable generator and lighting, a complete set of extrication tools as well as a full compliment of supplies for emergency medical treatment. The vehicle was purchased with a combination of funds raised with our solicitation by mail program and monies from the sale of a surplus vehicle. The cabinetry, equipment mounting and layout as well as all the emergency lighting installation was completed by the membership
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