Ahrens Fox

From the end of the following year creation of horsedrawn fire apparatus stopped entirely. Since that time, over 1500 pieces of fire apparatus were assembled until 1977. AhrensFox fire engines were identifiable by the sphere to the pump that was used to carry air and smooth the pressure in the pump.
 
During the year 1913 just, a 44 HP (following following then actual rating practice NNS automobile was built by Ahrens-Fox. Like at competing American LaFrance, the thought was to sell these cars to as car of obligation for their chiefs larger fire brigades. Also like at ALF, it absolutely was not successful for AhrensFox either, although for AhrensFox the results were more hence; there was just one version, a tremendous sixcylinder known as the E-C Battalion Roadster. It was featured a four speed gearbox, and guaranteed to go faster than 50 MPH. Only six of this roadster-pickups were assembled during 1913; it appears they all stayed in Cincinnati. Then, AhrensFox never returned to it and abandoned the notion.
 
The name is licensed to HME, Incorporated, which likewise made Hendrickson Trucks today.
 
 
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