James P Allan · 23 hrs · Jermyn, PAPhoto of our 1925 Larrabee when she was new.Jake Dishno · February 17 at 4:49pmNew London Wisconsin 1934 Buffalo. We need help, the crankshaft broke. Has a Hercules HXE six cylinder. Anyone have any lines on Hercules parts or engines?Peter West · May 1, 20161947 Buffalo from Hampton VAJohn Hinant shared Bill Hall's photo. · October 1, 2016Bill Hall to SPAAMFAASeptember 30, 2016 · Portland, OR46 Buffalo EX Aberdeen WA Now part of the Eric Foley collection Olympia Wa.
Frank Boyd · January 31 at 5:11pmPeter West this is a unknown 41ish Diamond T. I was told it was a Pirsch but the ID plate looks more like a buffalo. Do you have any trucks of this style from the SE Pennsylvania/NJ area?Peter West · April 27, 2017The Union Fire Historical Society has a limited number of T-shirts left commemorating the Buffalo Fire Appliance Company. Nice job - shows 7 representative rigs.
James Wensell · January 18Wantagh, LINY, 1930 Ford Model A / Buffalo 150gpm...now privately owned...I shot at the Long Island Antique Fire Apparatus Association photo shoot 06.11.2017.....James Wensell · January 10Bedford Hills, NY, 1928 Dodge / Buffalo... I shot 09.16.2017 at the annual Westchester County, NY, FD parade hosted by Briarcliff Manor...Steve Hagy shared The Western Reserve Fire Museum and Education Center's photo.
· January 4Look at the photo page for the Western Reserve Fire Museum - quite a few Buffalo rigs shown.The Western Reserve Fire Museum and Education CenterDecember 15, 2016Rick Albers · December 30, 2017This 1948 Buffalo Quad built for Bedford Indiana has recently been acquired by the Vintage Fire Museum and Safety Education Center of Jeffersonville Indiana. We are a non-profit museum featuring apparatus and equipment dating back as far as 1756! Jeffersonville is located directly across the Ohio River from Louisville, Kentucky.
The rig has been re-powered at some point with a 6-71 Detroit diesel. We are working to make it displayable and roadworthy. We have discovered that it has a bent tie rod with a significant crack. I was wondering if anyone has any information about the Buffalo archives or who might have old factory drawings and specifications. We want to replace the damaged part so the rig is safe. Any help is appreciated!!See Also: How To Get On The First Page Of Google
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Starting as a manufacturer of fire extinguishers and other fire-related equipment in 1895, selling other manufacturer's fire apparatus in 1916 with the manufacture of their own equipment in 1922, the Buffalo Fire Appliance Corporation was in existence until 1948."A brief history of the Buffalo Fire Appliance Corporation: founded in 1895 the company was located at 28 Wells Street in Buffalo, New York.
The company manufactured fire related products including fire extinguishers. In 1909, the company moved to 152 Ellcott Street and in 1922 the company moved to 44 Central Avenue in Buffalo, New York. In 1928, the Buffalo Fire Appliance Corporation introduced their own line custom fire apparatus chassis. The Buffalo Fire Appliance Corporation manufactured its last apparatus in 1948." - Hope Fire Company, Philipsburg, Pa.
: 1937 Buffalo (online August 2015)"Beginning in 1920 this company built fire equipment on commercial chassis including Reo and Larrabee. From 1927 they used their own chassis but commercial chassis such as Ford Model A were also employed. Limousine pumpers were made from 1937, and in 1939 came a new streamlined series; this received a new grille in 1946, but otherwise there was little change until the end of production in 1948.
" - Coachbuilt: Buffalo Fire Appliance Co. - 1920-1948 - Buffalo, New York (online August 2015)