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LTI (Ladder Towers Inc)
(1975 - 1985 - Lancaster, PA)

LTI  (Ladder Towers Inc) 2
(1975 - 1985 - Lancaster, PA)

Luitweiler Co
(1912 - Rochester, NY)

Luverne Fire App Co
(1912 - date - Luverne, MN)

Luverne Fire App Co 2
(1912 - date - Luverne, MN)

MAC Inc
(1990s - Glenburn, ND)

Mack Trucks Inc.
(1916 - 1986 - Allentown, PA)

Mack Trucks Inc. 2
(1916 - 1986 - Allentown, PA)

Mack Trucks Inc. 3
(1916 - 1986 - Allentown, PA)

Mack Trucks Inc. 4
(1916 - 1986 - Allentown, PA)

Maday Body & Eq Co
(1927 - 1950 - Buffalo, NY)

Magirus (see American Magirus)

The Mallory Co
(1992 -1993 - Kelso, WA)

M&W 1
(1992 - date - Vinton, VA)

M&W 2
(1992 - date - Vinton, VA)

Marcan
(Unknown - Bay City, MI)

Marco
(1990 - Newkirk, OK)

Marion Body Works
(1978 - date - Marion, WI)

Marion Body Works 2
(1978 - date - Marion, WI)

Marmon-Herrington
(1950 - Indianapolis, IN)

Marque 1
(Unknown - Goshen, IN)

Marque 2
(Unknown - Goshen, IN)

Martin Carriage Works
(1909 - 1915 - York, PA)

Marshalltown
(1928 - IA)

Master Body
(1976 - date - CA)

Maxim Motor Co
(1914 - 1984 - Middleboro, MA)

Maxim Motor Co 2
(1914 - 1984 - Middleboro, MA)

Maxim by Greenwood
(2005 - date - North Attleboro, MA)

Maynard Fire App Co
(1958 - 1970? - Marshfield, MA)

McAllister Co
(1944 - Dallas, TX)

McCann, D.E. Sons
(1929 - Portland, ME)

McCoy-Miller
(1984 - date - Elkhart, IN)

McDonald
(1960's - CO)

McGinley
(1977 - date - Lebanon, IN)

McLarty
(1970's - GA)

Medic Master (Aero Products)
(Unknown - Sanford, FL)

Medic Master (American LaFrance)
(Unknown - date - Unknown)

Med-Tec
(Unknown - date - Unknown)

Melray Mfg
(1950 -1982 - Hortonville, WI)

Memco Aerial Ladder Co
(unknown - Oklahoma City, OK)

Metalfab Ltd.
(1967 - date - Centreville, New Brunswick)

Mertz (Division of Marco)
(Unknown - Ponca City, OK)

Metz
(1980 - 1981 - IL -
? - date - Kennett Square, PA)

Middlesex Fire Eq Co
(1980 - Montpelier, VT)

Middlesex Fire Eq Co (Precessor to VTEC)
(? - Middlesex, VT)

Mid State Tank Co
(Unknown - Sullivan, IL)

Midstates
(1970's - KS)

Midwest Fire 1
(Unknown - date - Unknown)

Midwest Fire 2
(Unknown - date - Unknown)

Midwest Fire and Safety
(1970 - 1975 - Indianapolis, IN)

Midwest Fire Champ
(1983 - unknown)

Minnesota Fire App Co
(unknown - North Branch, MN)

Minnesota Fire Eq Co
(unknown - Lindstrom, MN)

Mobile Aerial Towers (Hi-Ranger Lift)
(unknown - Ft. Wayne, IN)

Mobile Medical
(Unknown - Goshen, IN)

Mobile Rescue
(Unknown)

Modular
(1986 - 1989 - CA)

Modular Ambulance Corp
(Unknown - Grand Prairie, TX)

Monatco Mfg Co
(1957 - Kansas City, MO)

Monroe
(1979 - date - Monroe, WI)

Moody, E.G. & Sons
(1940 - 1960? - Nashua, NH)

Moore
(1940 - 1960? - MA)

Moore, J.C. Industries
(1982 - date - Fredonia, PA)

Moreland Truck Co
(1912 - 1941 - Burbank, CA)

Morton Truck & Tractor Co
(1914 - 1916 - Harrisburg, PA)

Morysville Body Works
(1960 - Boyerstown, PA)

MPI (Mini-Pumper Inc)
(1982 - Norwich, NY)

Mueller
(1984 - 1987 - St. Louis, MO)

Murphy, E.J.
(? - date - Woodville, MA)

Murray, R.D.
(? - date - Hamburg, NY)



Maxim by Greenwood (2005 - date - North Attleboro, MA): The Maxim name and logo has arisen from ashes once again. Apparently Greenwood Fire Apparatus (based out of Attleboro, Mass.) who primarily was (and still is) a dealer for Emergency One has purchased the trademark rights to the Maxim logo. This has all transpired within the last month or so. I have heard several different stories in regards to what the name will be used for. Greenwood used to build their own line of brush trucks that E-One did not build. I think these units will get tagged with the Maxim name while Greenwood contiues as an Emergency One dealer.

Melray Mfg (1950 -1982 - Hortonville, WI): My uncle worked for that company for many years. Melray built Fire Trucks and truck bodies from 1950 to 1982. In 1982 the company closed down. You would be very suprised of the trucks built at melray that are still in service today. Thanks, Paul H. Bellile

Moreland Truck Co (1912 - 1941 - Burbank, CA): Though the hub cap on the pumper reads "MTM Moreland Los Angeles, CA", Moreland's were actually built at the Moreland plant at Alameda Street and San Fernando Road in Burbank, California (we thank Johnny Carson for putting Burbank on the map!). The Moreland Truck Company built trucks, busses, and fire fighting equipment. Moreland's claim to historical fame is that they were the first company to put two sets of wheels on the rear of their trucks (dualies) to accommodate larger loads.

Simplex (unknown - Dallas, TX): We have discovered that there was one other fire apparatus manufacturer located here in Dallas, Texas, besides Southern and McAllister.  The company was Simplex.  We are trying to track down the company information. 

 

 

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