FDNY Chief Cassano Engine 31 Commemorative Edition, Code 3 Collectibles, 2010
Engine 31 was housed in the quarters of Engine Company 7 and Ladder Company 1 at 100 Duane Street, but was soon relocated to share space with Engine Company 55. A short sprint away, the 31 truck found its home inside 363 Broome Street on February 26, 1970.
The apparatus assigned to Engine Company 31 prior to disbanding, was a 1962 Mack model C95F pumper with a 1000 gpm Waterous pump and a gasoline powered Mack Thermodyne engine.
It was delivered to the FDNY on November 14, 1962 and placed in service originally as Engine Company 17 on January 16, 1963.
Scale: 1/64, Dimensions: 5L X 1.5 W X 2H, MFE31 / $59.99