No. 1
Tomahawk's first gasoline powered truck was "Old Maude," a 1917 4-cylinder Republic ladder truck with an open cab design. This truck came with hard rubber tires designed for smooth pavement. It was taken to the Tomahawk Steel & Iron Works and converted to pneumatic tires, which were better suited to the teeth-rattling roads it was being run on. (pictured with member Carl Riemer)




No. 2
1929 American-LaFrance model 91 pumper (also with an open cab), with a pump capacity of 600 g.p.m., and an 80 gallon booster tank.


No. 3
1948 Chevrolet-Wisconsin pumper with a 500 g.p.m. midship pump and a 350 gallon booster tank.



No. 4
1954 Chevrolet-American with a front-mounted pump rated at 600 g.p.m. and a 700 gallon booster tank.



Rescue 1

In May, 1956, a former bread truck was purchased from Bake-Rite baking company ($50) and converted into an equipment van.



Rescue 2

1978 Chevrolet "ambulance-type" rescue vehicle.


Engine 7: 1967 Chevrolet from American Fire Apparatus. 
Features a Barton-American 750 GPM pump and a 650 gallon tank. Engine 7 served as a support vehicle for city fires and also handled grass fires and ice rescue calls.




July 4th Parade lineup - 1964