The SOCIETY for the PRESERVATION & APPRECIATION of ANTIQUE MOTOR FIRE APPARATUS in AMERICA or SPAAMFAA, is an organization of over three thousand members and over fifty Chapters organized in 1958 in Syracuse, NY. Our membership is located all over the globe, but primarily in the United States. Ownership of an antique piece of fire apparatus is not a requirement of membership.
Historical & Museums
Old and Antique Mack Trucks, Fire Engines and Parts for Sale
Dedicated to information, pictures, and discussion on the trucks built by the Studebaker Corporation
Old GMC Trucks
Preservation resource for old GMCs of all sizes and types. Whether you own a GMC or just like them this is the place for you.
Classic Refuse Trucks
Refuse Trucks (CRT) is an online look at mechanical refuse collection equipment and its history, from the earliest self-loaders to todays modern high-compaction marvels. The focus of CRT is on refuse body builders, rather than the chassis manufacturers, though in some cases they are the same.
VanNatta Truck Museum
Reviews and photos of a random assortment of over 50 trucks of interest to loggers including log trucks, dump trucks, 4x4s, 6x6s, service trucks, so good and some not so good.
Iowa 80 Trucking Museum
The Iowa 80 Trucking Museum is located in Walcott, Iowa and celebrates the history of trucking. Visitors can enjoy a wide display of antique trucks, antique gas pumps and antique signs. Movie theater shows films with vintage trucks in action. Group tours, school tours and families welcome
Old Antique Trucks
We have a collection of Clean old trucks that are unique in one sense, they make great future restoration projects because they arenâ€™t all eaten out by rust. Take a stroll through each of the Truck types and view the photos and descriptions of each to see if it fits your long awaited project.
Mack Trucks Historical Museum
The Mack Trucks Historical Museum is the repository of historical documents and artifacts from Mack’s long and storied history as the leading American truck manufacturer and world-renowned brand name. The collection and curators at the Mack Museum connect Mack enthusiasts and casual visitors alike to the rich legacy of “The Greatest Name in Trucks.”