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The 1979 Mack model CF 1000 gpm Pumper, with FDNY registration number MP7958, was assigned to Engine Company 33 on July 18, 1980 replacing a 1970 Mack CF. While at Engine Company 33, it had a few unusual graphics added, which made it different in appearance from the other FDNY Macks of that year.


Engine Company 33 was organized on November 1, 1865 in the former quarters of Niagara Engine 4 of the old volunteer department, at 220 Mercer Street, Manhattan. On December 27, 1882, they moved to 15 Great Jones Street and later to a much larger new firehouse at 42 Great Jones Street on January 1, 1899. They are still located in this lower Manhattan two door firehouse, along with Ladder Company 9 and Purple K Unit 33, a special apparatus manned by Engine Company 33 when called.


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