Engine 1 is a 2009 Pierce Contender with a 1,000 gallon tank, a 1,250 GPM pump, a 65 gallon Class A foam tank, and a 35 gallon Class B foam tank.
5529 is a 1967 Kaiser Jeep (M715) brush fire truck; it has a straight 6 gasoline engine, a 4-speed manual transmission, 4 wheel drive, auto locking hubs, and a 250 gallon water tank. It was sold on May 9, 2009 to a private owner that intends to keep it in original condition.
5531 is a 1959 Chevrolet tanker manufactured by Simms Fire Equipment Co. in San Antonio, Texas. It has a 283 cubic inch V8 gasoline engine, 3-speed manual transmission, and a split rear end. The GVWR is 19,500 pounds with a 1,000 gallon tank capacity. The pump capacity is unknown, but it is a positive displacement gear pump with two suction inlets, one discharge, two pre-connects, and a dump valve at the rear of the truck. It was sold to a private owner in August of 2011 and he intended to keep using it as a tanker truck to haul water across his ranch.
5510 is a 1984 American LaFrance pumper with a 1000 GPM 2 stage pump, 750 gallon tank, Chevrolet V8 gasoline engine, 5-speed manual transmission, vacuum assisted hydraulic brakes, and a GVWR of 28,000 pounds. It was sold to Austwell VFD in February of 2010 and they intended to keep utilizing it as a fire apparatus
1990 GMC Mini Pumper (Attack) Truck; 4 speed manual transmission, 4 wheel drive, auto locking hubs, 350 gallon water tank, generator, and extrication tools. It is also set up as a light hazmat vehicle.
2006 Ford F550 Brush Truck. Automatic transmission, 4 wheel drive, manual locking hubs, 400 gallon water tank, two side hoses and a 100 foot hose roll, wildland tools
1994 Chevrolet Kodiak Tanker; automatic, two wheel drive, 1500 gallon tank, portable drop tank, two SCBA's with 4 spare SCBA tanks, and two attack lines.
1995 Ford F350 Quad Cab; manual transmission, two wheel drive, medical first responder equipped, high angle rescue equipment, swift water rescue equipment, air bags, and generator.