Stanford took delivery of a new fire engine Monday morning. Produced by Ferrara Fire Apparatus, Holden, La., the newly designated Engine 6 will be in service by Monday to replace Engine 4. Moments after the truck arrived, firemen began arriving at the Main Street Station to check out the equipment. McDaniel described the obviously pleased firefighters as "Kids in a candy shop." McDaniel said Engine 4, a 1977 model, was "nickel-dime-ing us to death." Stanford firefighters will train on the new pumper all week and look forward to hosting an open house to show off the new gear. The truck was financed by Sovereign Bank of New York, which specializes in affordable loans to municipalities. Sovereign has waived payments on the truck until the company's aerial truck is paid off later this year. Engine 4 will be sold at a sealed bid auction.