There are still a few spotted around the country - Quebec City being one- and many in the southern US including Washington, DC.
Today I spotted retired rigs from two Nova Scotia departments that are also noted for their white painted apparatus.
Early in 2014 Truro, NS received their new number 4, a Pierce Arrow XT 95 ft aerial platform and retired the old number 4. Built in 1987 by Pierre Thibault on an International CO1950 chassis, it carried a 1050 gpm pump and 30m aerial ladder.
Down the road the Parrsboro Department can't give up on their veteran Ford pumper tanker. It isn't being given house room in their 3 bay fire hall anymore, but it is parked outside and re-assigned the number 4. It carries no makers plate or ULC plate, but other sources say it is a 1978 Ford, with 400 gpm PTO pump and 1200 gal tank, built by LRB Fabricators of Port Williams, NS. It is service from April to November (when there is no danger of it freezing up.)
Southern US cities have long been known for their white painted fire trucks.
All the Gators, the Duplex and the Sutphen appear to be fitted with Cincinnati cabs.