Builder: Ahrens-Fox, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Tractor: A 6 cylinder Hercules HXE motor, number 321821, 225 horse power, 5 ¾ " bore x 6" stroke, 935 cubic inch displacement, shaft drive with a new style bumper with a curve in the center.
Tillered Trailer: 85-foot, two section, “Bascule” wood aerial with an electric-hydraulic raise powered by four 12-volt batteries. Also included was a high-pressure nozzle on bed ladder.
Total Apparatus Weight: 34,000 lbs
Manufacturer's Number: 2067
SFFD Shop Number: TR-41 (tractor) LT-39 (trailer)
City & County Number: Tractor, 145-641 (applied 1970)
City & County Number: Trailer, 145-739 (applied 1970)
Original cost: $17,750. $17,235 base cost, plus $300 for a ladder pipe and $215 for a one quarter fold Browder Life Saving Machine (a life net)
Location: In storage
Condition: Very poor due to years of outside storage
Crew: Officer and 6 Firemen
Members of truck companies could and can be identified at fires and other emergencies by their red and white quartered, and black brimmed helmets.
July 28, 1939 Truck Company No. 2, Golden Gate International Exposition World's Fair, Treasure Island, Northwest firehouse
1941 Truck Company No. 13, 112 Drumm Street
1953 Truck Company No. 4, 1648 Pacific Avenue
1955 Truck Company No. 10, 655 Presidio Avenue
1961 Truck Company No. 18, 1935 - 32nd Avenue
1972 Placed into reserve1975 Placed out of service and transferred to the roster of the Museum
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