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The Motor Vehicle Roster
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Transit bus (General Motors GMC Truck and Coach, 1963); model TDH 5304; diesel;
ex-Rochester Transit Service (revenue service 1963 - ca. 1976; "History Bus ca.
1976 - ca. 1980).|
Transit Bus 233
Fire truck (Mack Trucks, Inc., 1941); "quad" (pumper/water tank/hoses/ladders);
510 Thermodyne gas engine; ex-Brighton (NY) Fire Department, Fire District No. 2
(1942 - ca. 1980); carried #6 until ca. 1975 and #302 until put on reserve status
ca. 1980; complete and operable, and exhibited in local parades.
Mack Fire Truck 307
Transit bus (General Motors GMC Truck & Coach, 1982); model T80204; diesel; ex-Regional
Transit Service (1982 - 1999); cosmetically restored, but not operable.|
Transit Bus 815
Crawler-type road plow (C. L. Best Gas Traction Company, 1924); S/N 2151-A; ex-Town
of Rush, NY (1924 - 1976); fitted with "V" plow and side wing blades (LaPlant-Choate);
complete and cosmetically restored, but not operable. Known locally as "Big Bertha"
and "Big Bess".|
Big Bertha Snow Plow
Road roller (Buffalo-Springfield Roller Co., ca. 1920); Shop No. 15491; gas
engine; ex-Town of Henrietta, NY; complete and cosmetically restored, but not
Truck (International, 1926); Six Speed Special; gas; stake body; complete and
cosmetically restored, but not operable.|
Parlor bus (General Motors GMC Truck & Coach, 1948); model PD-3751 "Silversides";
S/N PD-3751-1564; ex-Northland Greyhound Lines; privately owned; complete and operable.|
Automobile (Chevrolet DeLuxe 4-door sedan, 1951); gas; 2-speed Powerglide
transmission; cosmetically restored, but not operable.
Ambulance (Packard Motor Car Company, 1952), VIN 2633-20II, engine no.
200050, Henney body; ex-Harold C. Davis, Inc. "Chapel of Flowers", High
Point, NC (to 1990), ex-National Ambulance Company, later Rural/Metro
Medical Services (to 2008); painted and lettered for National Ambulance
Company; complete and operable.
1952 Packard Ambulance
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