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David Lewis
Re: 1968 Chevy C-30
Sat Sep 22, 2018 00:30
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Tomm -
Are you a member of - or have you heard of - the organization called The Society for the Preservation and Appreciation of Antique Motor Fire Apparatus in America (SPAAMFAA)?

They are a group dedicated to the preservation and operation of antique fire apparatus. They have local chapters (several in New York State) as well as a national organization. (as an aside, you would due well to join both your local chapter, and the national association).

I would post your question on the SPAAMFAA Facebook group, (it is an open group and you don’t necessarily need to join or be a member to post a question). With ## active members, there is a good chance someone will have some more information about your rig and it’s history.

I have never heard of “Simms Fire Apparatus” - but I do know there is an active Fire Museum in San Antonio. You might send them a note, perhaps the know of a “Simms” historian who has some information and/or records about your truck,

Good luck!

- David Lewis, FMN

  • 1968 Chevy C-30Tomm Gomm, Fri Sep 21 17:45
    Hello, I have purchased a 1968 Chevrolet C 30 for my own personal use. One of the reasons I bought this truck is because of its history. I have traced this truck all the way back to Texas, to Simms... more
    • Re: 1968 Chevy C-30Anonymous, Sat Sep 22 00:32
      Society for the Preservation and Appreciation of Antique Motor Fire Apparatus in America SPAAMFAA http://www.spaamfaa.org SPAAMFAA Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/61776127093/
    • Re: 1968 Chevy C-30 — David Lewis, Sat Sep 22 00:30
      • Re: 1968 Chevy C-30Tomm Gomm, Sat Sep 22 10:10
        The fire museum in San Antonio sent me here. But I will try SPAAMFAA.
      • Re: 1968 Chevy C-30Anonymous, Sat Sep 22 10:10
        The fire museum in San Antonio sent me here. But I will try SPAAMFAA.
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