In the late 80s, the fire company began to plan the replacement of the Seagrave pumper. The fire company chose the Pierce Arrow pumper as the replacement and designed the apparatus from the ground up. The apparatus was delivered and placed into service in 1988 and served in multiple capacities in the run card including the first due pumper for over 10 years. The unit featured a 6 man cab, a 1250 gpm Waterous Pump, an onboard Onan generator, and two telescopic scene lights. In 2004, the unit was moved from front line service to a reserve status within the department. In 2015, Engine 18-2 was sold to the Minquas Fire Company who ran the unit as Engine 23-2. In August of 2017, the pumper was sold to the Christiana Fire Company to be used as a reserve pumper.