The Denver Pumper is based on the Matchbox No. 29 Fire Pumper. Its name may be derived from the city of Denver, Colorado, whose name was often found on the doors of the Fire Pumper.
It has also had much use as a Code 2 promotional model, being imprinted by numerous companies.
|Year||Card #||Series||Color||Tampo||Base Color / Type||Window Color||Interior Color||Notes / Variations||Wheel Type||Photo|
|2007||Tonka series||Orange||"Tonka City Fire Dept. 88" on both sides, white flame tampo on roof.||Black / Plastic||Solid Black||N/A||Released under the Tonka brand|
|2009||15027||Tonka series||Red||Firetruck logos||Black / Plastic||Solid Black||N/A||Released under the Tonka brand|
|2012||Fresh Metal||Red||"Firedept" on the sides||Black / Plastic||Solid Black||N/A|