The 1919 Ahrens Fox Pumper was originally purchased by the Good Will Fire Company No. 1 on June 21, 1918 with an expected delivery time of 180 working days. The unit, an Ahrens Fox, MK-4 registration number #861, was delivered on March 17, 1919, on a railcar to New Castle. The “Fox” is easily recognized by the silver
Engine 18 is a 2016 Pierce Arrow XT attack pumper. It features a 6 man cab, 1500gpm pump, 750 gallon tank, and multiple preconnected hose lines.
2022 Pierce Ascendant 100' Aerial Tower
Squad 18 is a 1996 Pierce Saber Pumper with a 6 man cab. The engine features a 1250 GPM Waterous pump, a 500 gallon tank, an Onan generator, and a Wil-Burt light tower.
MRU 18 is a specialazed rescue unit that carries the technical water rescue equipment.
18 Marine 1 is a 24' Boston Whaler Rescue Boat.
Rescue Boat 18 Marine 2 is a small rescue craft used for inland rescues as well as coastal incidents along the New Castle shore line
TSU 18 is the tactical support unit for the fire company.
Chiefs command vehicle
Utility 18 is a multi-purpose support vehicle.
Administrative Support Vehicle for HR staff, Ladies Auxiliary, and members to use for transportation to training and other Company sponsored events
Kubota brush unit
QRS 18 is a quick response EMS unit utilized for off road responses.
GWFC Basic Life Support ambulance.
Fire Chief's Vehicle
Brush Unit 18-1 served the fire company from 2005 when it was purchased until it was sold in 2015.
Utility 18 was in service from 2004 until it was sold in 2015.
Ladder 18 is a 1996 Pierce 105' Heavy Duty Aerial ladder truck that has seating for 8 firefighters.
Rescue 18 was in service from July 8, 1995 to February 2016.
Engine 18-2 was a Pierce Arrow Pumper Purchased in 1988.
1982 Ford Brush Unit
Rescue 18-6 was in service from 1979 until it was replaced by the Pierce Rescue 18 in 1995.
Seagrave aerial in service from 1977 until 1996.
Marine Rescue Unit that was in service from 1974 until 2001.
Engine 18-2 was a 1968 Mack/John Beam Pumper
Retired Engine 18-4
The Good Will Fire Co utilized a military surplus DUKW amphibious vehicle for rescues in the Delaware River.
1960 Peter Pirsch 75' Mid Mount Aerial
1950 Mack Pumper
Retired Marine Rescue Unit
1938 Mack Pumper
US Fire Apparatus Chemical Fire Engine
1910ish US Fire Apparatus Pumper