Engine 62 is a 1996 KME Renegade and is our first out engine. It is equipped with 1500 feet of 5inch Large Diameter Hose.
Ambulance 62 is a 2008 Life Line Highliner with a Chevy C4500 chassis that has the "Highway Response Kit". The Ambulance is AED equipped and runs as a BLS Unit in Crum Lynne as well as mutual aid in Ridley Twp.
Ford F-550 / Central States
62-6 was the first Rescue purchased by the S. M. Vauclain Fire Company.
Ford Marques Ambulance
62-7 was retired in 2008 when the new Chevy Lifeline was delivered. 62-7 was sold to a private ambulance service, who still uses it to this day.
Rescue 62 is a 1993 Spartan Motors/3D Rescue Pumper features a Hale 2000 gallon per minute, two stage pump and a 750 gallon water tank. It has the capability of being supplied through 1000 feet of five inch line. The Rescue Pumper is primarily set-up as a rescue and serves as a hydrant piece as well. It has 4 pre-connected attack lines 2 200ft 1 ¾ inch cross lays, 1 50ft 1 ¾inch bumper line and 200ft of 2 ½ inch off the rear of the rescue.
GMC Reading Body
Utility 62 was an old PECO truck that the company acquired. the truck was sold in 2008 to a private buyer in Ridley Park, who still uses the truck for his local business.
The 59 Maxim was sold in 1996 when the company purchased the 96 KME Pumper. The truck was sold to a company down south, and the last we herd, was still in service.
Ford Crown Victoria
Command 62 was purchased from a New York Police Dept. in 2006. The car was a state certified QRS Unit, and served as an all purpose utility unit. The car was also used to transport firefighters to and from school.
The 1904 metropolitan Steamer was graciously donated to the company by our founder Samuel M. Vauclain.