1938 Mack Type 75. East Greenwich, Connecticut. The Mack is probably America’s most famous manufacturer of fire apparatus. Mack trucks were constructed in Allentown, Pennsylvania where they began manufacturing fire vehicles around 1911. These trucks were easily recognizable from their trademark “Bull Dog” emblem on hood. This Mack came with Thermodyne ENF510A, 6 cylinder, 161 hose power engines, 100-gallon booster tank, 750 gallon per minute tripe combination pump and weighed about 11,300 pounds. The diecast is engraved in gold lettering on the front hood: East Greenwich. Also engraved in gold, on the body side is: East Greenwich EGVFA. This diecast comes complete with removable firefighter helmets, black hose, etc. Hood opens revealing engine. Steerable front wheels, plus numerous other removable parts. A great addition to your collection. Measures approximately 11 inches long x 4 inches wide, X 4 inches high. 1:24th Scale.