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    Museum volunteer Dick Goldstine (center) is shown thanking Brian Gifford (left) of Abrisco Enterprises for his assistance in providing a MAC truck and flat bed trailer which transported the fire truck from CCTEC back to Millville Airport. From left: Gifford, Gifford’s son Blake, Goldstine, Bill Well, Bill Musey and Bob Philben. Absent: museum volunteer and project director Tim Jacobsen.
    Museum volunteer Dick Goldstine (center) is shown thanking Brian Gifford (left) of Abrisco Enterprises for his assistance in providing a MAC truck and flat bed trailer which transported the fire truck from CCTEC back to Millville Airport. From left: Gifford, Gifford’s son Blake, Goldstine, Bill Well, Bill Musey and Bob Philben. Absent: museum volunteer and project director Tim Jacobsen.
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    MILLVILLE — One of the original fire trucks from the Millville Army Air Base at Millville Airport is in the process of a full restoration for display at the Millville Army Air Field Museum. The 1941 Ford rescue/crash fire truck, which was donated to the museum in the 1980s, remained in storage until 2011 when it was transferred to the Cumberland County Technology Education Center (CCTEC) as a restoration project for students in auto mechanics classes. Here, under the guidance of teacher/project director Terry Dolbow, students disassembled the truck and did necessary repairs, body work and painting. In September, with the help of museum friends, the historic fire truck returned to the museum, where a group of volunteers are working to complete its restoration. With continued work necessary to restore the fire truck to full running order, the Millville Army Air Field Museum is looking for additional help and funds to complete the project. Anyone who would like to donate time, talent, resources, or funding is asked to contact the museum at (856) 327-2347.
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    Coming Out of Storage: 1941 Fire Truck Restoration Under Way
    Jul 19, 2016 | 3723 views | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Museum volunteer Dick Goldstine (center) is shown thanking Brian Gifford (left) of Abrisco Enterprises for his assistance in providing a MAC truck and flat bed trailer which transported the fire truck from CCTEC back to Millville Airport. From left: Gifford, Gifford’s son Blake, Goldstine, Bill Well, Bill Musey and Bob Philben. Absent: museum volunteer and project director Tim Jacobsen.
    Museum volunteer Dick Goldstine (center) is shown thanking Brian Gifford (left) of Abrisco Enterprises for his assistance in providing a MAC truck and flat bed trailer which transported the fire truck from CCTEC back to Millville Airport. From left: Gifford, Gifford’s son Blake, Goldstine, Bill Well, Bill Musey and Bob Philben. Absent: museum volunteer and project director Tim Jacobsen.
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    MILLVILLE — One of the original fire trucks from the Millville Army Air Base at Millville Airport is in the process of a full restoration for display at the Millville Army Air Field Museum. The 1941 Ford rescue/crash fire truck, which was donated to the museum in the 1980s, remained in storage until 2011 when it was transferred to the Cumberland County Technology Education Center (CCTEC) as a restoration project for students in auto mechanics classes. Here, under the guidance of teacher/project director Terry Dolbow, students disassembled the truck and did necessary repairs, body work and painting. In September, with the help of museum friends, the historic fire truck returned to the museum, where a group of volunteers are working to complete its restoration. With continued work necessary to restore the fire truck to full running order, the Millville Army Air Field Museum is looking for additional help and funds to complete the project. Anyone who would like to donate time, talent, resources, or funding is asked to contact the museum at (856) 327-2347.
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    Coming Out of Storage: 1941 Fire Truck Restoration Under Way
    Jul 19, 2016 | 3723 views | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Museum volunteer Dick Goldstine (center) is shown thanking Brian Gifford (left) of Abrisco Enterprises for his assistance in providing a MAC truck and flat bed trailer which transported the fire truck from CCTEC back to Millville Airport. From left: Gifford, Gifford’s son Blake, Goldstine, Bill Well, Bill Musey and Bob Philben. Absent: museum volunteer and project director Tim Jacobsen.
    Museum volunteer Dick Goldstine (center) is shown thanking Brian Gifford (left) of Abrisco Enterprises for his assistance in providing a MAC truck and flat bed trailer which transported the fire truck from CCTEC back to Millville Airport. From left: Gifford, Gifford’s son Blake, Goldstine, Bill Well, Bill Musey and Bob Philben. Absent: museum volunteer and project director Tim Jacobsen.
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    MILLVILLE — One of the original fire trucks from the Millville Army Air Base at Millville Airport is in the process of a full restoration for display at the Millville Army Air Field Museum. The 1941 Ford rescue/crash fire truck, which was donated to the museum in the 1980s, remained in storage until 2011 when it was transferred to the Cumberland County Technology Education Center (CCTEC) as a restoration project for students in auto mechanics classes. Here, under the guidance of teacher/project director Terry Dolbow, students disassembled the truck and did necessary repairs, body work and painting. In September, with the help of museum friends, the historic fire truck returned to the museum, where a group of volunteers are working to complete its restoration. With continued work necessary to restore the fire truck to full running order, the Millville Army Air Field Museum is looking for additional help and funds to complete the project. Anyone who would like to donate time, talent, resources, or funding is asked to contact the museum at (856) 327-2347.
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    Coming Out of Storage: 1941 Fire Truck Restoration Under Way
    Jul 19, 2016 | 3723 views | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Museum volunteer Dick Goldstine (center) is shown thanking Brian Gifford (left) of Abrisco Enterprises for his assistance in providing a MAC truck and flat bed trailer which transported the fire truck from CCTEC back to Millville Airport. From left: Gifford, Gifford’s son Blake, Goldstine, Bill Well, Bill Musey and Bob Philben. Absent: museum volunteer and project director Tim Jacobsen.
    Museum volunteer Dick Goldstine (center) is shown thanking Brian Gifford (left) of Abrisco Enterprises for his assistance in providing a MAC truck and flat bed trailer which transported the fire truck from CCTEC back to Millville Airport. From left: Gifford, Gifford’s son Blake, Goldstine, Bill Well, Bill Musey and Bob Philben. Absent: museum volunteer and project director Tim Jacobsen.
    slideshow
    MILLVILLE — One of the original fire trucks from the Millville Army Air Base at Millville Airport is in the process of a full restoration for display at the Millville Army Air Field Museum. The 1941 Ford rescue/crash fire truck, which was donated to the museum in the 1980s, remained in storage until 2011 when it was transferred to the Cumberland County Technology Education Center (CCTEC) as a restoration project for students in auto mechanics classes. Here, under the guidance of teacher/project director Terry Dolbow, students disassembled the truck and did necessary repairs, body work and painting. In September, with the help of museum friends, the historic fire truck returned to the museum, where a group of volunteers are working to complete its restoration. With continued work necessary to restore the fire truck to full running order, the Millville Army Air Field Museum is looking for additional help and funds to complete the project. Anyone who would like to donate time, talent, resources, or funding is asked to contact the museum at (856) 327-2347.
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    Coming Out of Storage: 1941 Fire Truck Restoration Under Way
    Jul 19, 2016 | 3723 views | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    Museum volunteer Dick Goldstine (center) is shown thanking Brian Gifford (left) of Abrisco Enterprises for his assistance in providing a MAC truck and flat bed trailer which transported the fire truck from CCTEC back to Millville Airport. From left: Gifford, Gifford’s son Blake, Goldstine, Bill Well, Bill Musey and Bob Philben. Absent: museum volunteer and project director Tim Jacobsen.
    Museum volunteer Dick Goldstine (center) is shown thanking Brian Gifford (left) of Abrisco Enterprises for his assistance in providing a MAC truck and flat bed trailer which transported the fire truck from CCTEC back to Millville Airport. From left: Gifford, Gifford’s son Blake, Goldstine, Bill Well, Bill Musey and Bob Philben. Absent: museum volunteer and project director Tim Jacobsen.
    slideshow
    MILLVILLE — One of the original fire trucks from the Millville Army Air Base at Millville Airport is in the process of a full restoration for display at the Millville Army Air Field Museum. The 1941 Ford rescue/crash fire truck, which was donated to the museum in the 1980s, remained in storage until 2011 when it was transferred to the Cumberland County Technology Education Center (CCTEC) as a restoration project for students in auto mechanics classes. Here, under the guidance of teacher/project director Terry Dolbow, students disassembled the truck and did necessary repairs, body work and painting. In September, with the help of museum friends, the historic fire truck returned to the museum, where a group of volunteers are working to complete its restoration. With continued work necessary to restore the fire truck to full running order, the Millville Army Air Field Museum is looking for additional help and funds to complete the project. Anyone who would like to donate time, talent, resources, or funding is asked to contact the museum at (856) 327-2347.
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    Museum volunteer Dick Goldstine (center) is shown thanking Brian Gifford (left) of Abrisco Enterprises for his assistance in providing a MAC truck and flat bed trailer which transported the fire truck from CCTEC back to Millville Airport. From left: Gifford, Gifford’s son Blake, Goldstine, Bill Well, Bill Musey and Bob Philben. Absent: museum volunteer and project director Tim Jacobsen.
    Museum volunteer Dick Goldstine (center) is shown thanking Brian Gifford (left) of Abrisco Enterprises for his assistance in providing a MAC truck and flat bed trailer which transported the fire truck from CCTEC back to Millville Airport. From left: Gifford, Gifford’s son Blake, Goldstine, Bill Well, Bill Musey and Bob Philben. Absent: museum volunteer and project director Tim Jacobsen.
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    MILLVILLE — One of the original fire trucks from the Millville Army Air Base at Millville Airport is in the process of a full restoration for display at the Millville Army Air Field Museum. The 1941 Ford rescue/crash fire truck, which was donated to the museum in the 1980s, remained in storage until 2011 when it was transferred to the Cumberland County Technology Education Center (CCTEC) as a restoration project for students in auto mechanics classes. Here, under the guidance of teacher/project director Terry Dolbow, students disassembled the truck and did necessary repairs, body work and painting. In September, with the help of museum friends, the historic fire truck returned to the museum, where a group of volunteers are working to complete its restoration. With continued work necessary to restore the fire truck to full running order, the Millville Army Air Field Museum is looking for additional help and funds to complete the project. Anyone who would like to donate time, talent, resources, or funding is asked to contact the museum at (856) 327-2347.
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