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The 3 Ford Model Ts were transferred to the Building Inspection, the Health and the Treasurers Departments on July 9th 1914 no reason given. The 1930 Owners Certificate shows that there was a Reo serial #7R1970 used as the first Foamite, and a Hudson serial #521844 used as the first Rescue #1 and no certificate for a Hudson automobile. It could be possible that the Chief traded in the 1928 Hudson Automobile for the Rescue. The Hudson was used as a shop truck and to pull the snow scraper, as well as transporting Fire Crews to fires at the change of shifts.

 

Make & Model Serial # In Service
#1 Kissel Touring 1660 Purchased 12/7/10
Disposed 1919
#2 Ford T Runabout 147342 Purchased 8/10/12
Disposed 9/7/14
#3 Ford T Runabout 123259 Purchased 8/10/12
Disposed 9/7/14
#4 Ford T Runabout C3120 Purchased 13/1/14
Disposed 9/7/14
#2 McLaughlin Roadster 6922 Purchased 27/6/14
Disposed 1928
#3 Chalmers 41467 Purchased 27/6/14
Disposed 1927
#4 Cadillac 60015 Purchased 27/6/14
Disposed 1927
#5 Studebaker 20056 Purchased 1927
Disposed 1927
#6 McLaughlin 7 Passenger 29052 Purchased 8/7/18
Disposed 1928
Ford T Roadster C66864 Purchased 9/12/19
Disposed 1929

#3 McLaughlin Roadster 42942 Purchased 1925
#4 1927 Nash Roadster A24342 Purchased 1927
#5 Nash Roadster A24374 Purchased 1927
1928 Hudson 28974 Purchased 1928
#2 Ford Coupe CA114039 Purchased 1929
#6 Graham Coupe 921110 Purchased 1930
#3 1930 Graham Coupe 921192 Purchased 1930

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