Antique Fire Trucks - Denver, Colorado

Antique Fire Trucks - Denver, Colorado Antique Fire Trucks - Denver, Colorado
1949 Ford/Pirsch, 500 gallon per minute pump, 150 gallon water tank.  Truck owned by Pete Webb.

1949 Ford/Pirsch, 500 rpm pump, and a 150 gallon water tank.  Truck served in Staplehurst, Nebraska.  Owned by Pete Webb.

Welcome to Mile High Hook and ladder club

A note from the President

Thank you for visiting our website!  

We are the Colorado Chapter of SPAAMFAA, Society for the Preservation & Appreciation of Antique Motor Fire Apparatus in America.  

We currently have 50 members, who come from all over the front range, Fort Collins, Greeley and all through the metro area down to Highlands Ranch.  You do not need to own a fire truck to participate in our club!  You just need to have an appreciation for all things fire related. 

 We host monthly meetings, actively participate in Parade's during the Spring and Summer, schedule a Spring & Fall Pump-In, which allows our members to practice pumping and spraying water. Our primary emphasis is hosting our 35th Annual Fire Parade and Muster.  This parade goes down Littleton Blvd., over to Arapahoe Community College for the Muster.  This is a static display of antique and modern fire trucks and other fire related equipment plus water activities for the kids.  This year it will be on Saturday, June 20, 2020.  

Please visit our Facebook page for more activities.  Mile High Hook & Ladder Club

Again, thanks for stopping by!

Lee Lampert