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Oak Grove 337 Oak Grove 337

Brush 337 - 1977 Dodge 318 Engine, 4WD, 150 Gallon Tank, Hale Pump on 18 H.P. Briggs & Stratton Engine. On Loan to Oak Grove from N.C. Forestry Service.  Oak Grove Volunteer Fire Department NC

Dauphine Co  Brush 41 Brush 41 - Dodge with 250 Gal Class A Foam. Dauphin County PA Company 41
Dauphine Co #32 Special Equipment truck - no longer in-service. Dauphin County PA Company 32
1953 pumper 1953 pumper 1953 Dodge Pumper with a Bruco body and Hale Pump is now privately owned.  Dauphin County PA Company 37
Newton Square 1941 pumper 1941Dodge Manifold pumper/hose truck with a homemade body, Continental gas motor from an Civil Defense pump trailer, 200 GPM roto gear type pump, 300 Gallon Tank. Purchased used from the Monoa Fire Company. Repainted by NSFC in the last days of the old fire house (1964). It had two 40 gallon chemical tanks that were replaced in 1944. Newtown Square PA Fire Company #1
Southside VA rescue 8

Rescue 8 is SVEC's Vehicle Extracation and Basic and Light duty rescue vehicle. This unit is a Dodge RAM 3500 Diesel, which carries equipment such as Hurst Model-O, Rams, Jaws of Life, Cribbing, Main and Portable Generator, Halogen Spotlights, SCBA's and Vertical Rescue equipment. Rescue 8 is a one of a kind in this area.   Southside Virginia Emergency Crew

1984 D300 brush truck 1984 Dodge D300, 3 Man Crew, 250 Gal. Tank, 125 GPM Hale Pump, 5 Ton Ramsy Winch.   Pleasant Plains NJ Fire Dept.
Elkhorn 2001 mini pumper Elkhorn 2001 mini pumper Elkhorn 2001 mini pumper 2001 Ram 3500 diesel 4X4, fiberglass body by Fibre Body, ProZap front bumper. Elkhorn FD somewhere near Omaha, NE. More Photos by Joel Pry (no information)
Ramcharger rescue 1988 Ramcharger used by the Clarion Hospital Paramedic Squad in Oil City Pa. This vehicle was used a lot, and even abused, but it held up very well. The photo was contributed by Jason Edwards.

These Dodge Emergency Trucks were show entries for a CAPITAL CITY MOPARS CAR CLUB event.