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1964 Maxim S Series Pumper . This is a 1964 Maxim S Series pumper. It has a 1000 gpm Hale pump and a 500 gallon water tank. It is powered by a six cylinder gasoline engine. . In 1914 Carlton Maxim built his first fire apparatus for the Middleborough, Massachusetts, Fire Department, of which he was a member. The combination hose and chemical car was so successful that Maxim's fire apparatus soon were serving in departments throughout New England. Maxim went on to produce a full line of fire apparatus. In 1956 Maxim was acquired by its rival the Seagrave Corporation but continued to operate as a separate division. In 1960 Maxim introduced the S series. This short wheel based conventional cab apparatus was available in open and closed cabs. The S Series was used for pumpers, mid-mount aerial ladders and tillers. In the mid-1970s the S Series was re-vamped. In the mid-80s the S Series was discontinued. A short time later, on December 15, 1989, Maxim stopped production and went out of business.

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