Check out this stunning 1983 Mack RM pumper truck shared by Tom. I would say this is one of the best looking fire trucks I have seen in a very long time. It is not every day you see a RM chassis used in this application much less in a 4×4 configuration.
Tom tells us the Mack is 1983 RM6864X while the pumper body is a Ward 79 setup built in 1984. A few of the specs included a 1500 gpm pump, an 80 gallon water tank and twin 1500 5 inch hose reels. Rebuilt some years later by Gowans Knight this truck is still in service with the Woodbury, Connecticut Fire Department.
From nose to tail there is nothing about this truck I don’t like. Did you notice the scoop on the hood? I assume this means the truck has one of the larger engines offered by Mack in the RM series. I wouldn’t know which one so all you Mack fans out there help me out!