1933 model BG Mack (U0710)
- Inventory #: U0710
- Status: Available
GeneralOffered for sale is an incredibly rare and highly sought after 1933 model BG
Mack. This pumper was built by Mack for the Dannemora, New York Fire
Department and we have the build records from Mack that supports this.
These early open cab Macks are truly a rarity on the market, as they almost
never appear for sale.
This rig is incredibly complete and original, and has been in long term
storage for many, many years. It still shows its original gold leaf in
places and would be usable for patterning. The only real significant rust
issues are in the seat and side skirt areas, which would be straightforward
repairs. The wood running board and hose bed floor will need replacing also.
The dash and instruments are in very good condition. The head lights, tail
lights, and spot lamp are also in remarkable shape. The pump gauges and caps
are also original and in very good condition. The radiator, engine, and
engine compartment are in very good and complete condition. The Mack
cloisonné emblems are in incredible shape, and the dual folding windshield
assembly is also intact.
The engine is free and turns easily. The transmission also shifts in the all
of the gears with ease. The Mack’s overall dimensions are: 20 feet long, 80
inches wide, and 82 inches tall with hose reel, making this a very small
size truck that can fit into nearly any garage.
With only a handful of these surviving, it’s truly an exceptional find, and
very worthy of restoration. Don’t miss this very unique opportunity! Call or
email with questions. Open to reasonable offers. Additional pictures