Photo by RON JEFFERSThese unknown "gangsters" did a drive-by water pistol shooting with their antique Ford chief's car at the Ramsey Rescue Squad wet down, in June.
Photo by RON JEFFERSThe "drive by" antique Ford is lettered as the "Skunniemonk F.D".
Photo by RON JEFFERSAttending the Tri-County antique muster in Jamesburg, June 26th, was this 1916 Ford/American LaFrance, described by the manufacturer as a chemical car. It was the first piece of motorized apparatus for the Niagara Fire Company of Merchantville, and it cost $1250.
Photo by RON JEFFERSAlso in attendance at the Tri-County muster was this privately owned 1963 Ford Falcon chief's car, owned by Lindenwald Firefighter Frank Weindel. The owner said it saw duty as a chief's car in South Carolina and still possesses the original two-way radio.