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Auckland 205
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No: 1838   Contributor: Nigel Capon   Year: 1981   Country: New Zealand
Auckland 205

1981 CF Mack 75' Scope
Picture added on 04 January 2007
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Nigel, brilliant picture, I recieved many years ago a shot of this Mack/Aerialscope before the new colour livery, its really nice.But
shorly this appliance cant still be on the run from Headquarters
in Auckland?, can it....Pete Matten.

Added by Pete Matten on 08 October 2007.
Correct

Added by Nigel Capon on 17 November 2007.
Thanks for the answer to my question, are we likely to see anymore pictures from you from Auckland, NZ.It would be very nice.Pete M.

Added by Pete Matten on 18 November 2007.
I hope to.

Added by Nigel Capon on 18 November 2007.
Just as an update guys, 205 got hauled away on a transporter - one of my friends took a YouTube video of it. 205 might not be coming back this time...

Added by James Marks on 03 September 2009.
Right hand drive, built-in pump, booster hose reels, presumably also a water tank? This Mack Baker must be just about unique, when compared to the dozens delivered to the US.

Added by Rob Johnson on 09 October 2013.
This is the only Aerialscope to see service outside the USA. It is the only RHD version ever made. In June this year massive transmission failure saw it involuntarily retired from service. It has been repaired and as of Tuesday 8th October resides in Auckland's Museum of Transport and Technology. Intentions are that it will get a full panel & paint as there's a bit of rust about and the interior needs a tidy up. Just goes to show that if you buy the right stuff it'll last the distance, in this case 32 years !!!

Added by John Walker on 09 October 2013.
Mr. Walker is incorrect. There were Aerialscopes that served in Canada. The first went to Dartmouth, NS in 1976, followed by one to St. John, NB the same year. A third went to Verdun, Que in 1977. All three had Thibault bodywork on Mack CF chassis.

Added by GA_Dave on 11 October 2013.
I stand corrected !!

Added by John Walker on 12 October 2013.
Is anyone aware of a photo of this truck without a background of an old fire station behind it?

Added by Ross Gildon on 14 March 2014.
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