Sterling Engine 4
By CHUCK LOWE, Correspondent | December 27, 2020 | MASSACHUSETTS
Story No. 122720110
Photo by Chuck LoweSterling Engine 4 (1970)
Photo by Chuck LoweSterling Engine 4 (2020)
Sterling operated this 1967 Farrar pumper built on a large FWD 2-door chassis. It was equipped with a 750-GPM front-mount pump and it carried 1000-gallons of water. Half a century later, the current Engine 4 is a Seagrave Marauder II that was built in 2010. This custom apparatus is rated to flow 2000-GPM. It hauls 1500-gallons of water and 25-gallons of class A foam.
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