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Steve Hagy

Cincinnati OH - Engine 14
1941 Autocar/U.S. Fire Apparatus
750 GPM - 100 Tank
Shop #25161


This pumper entered service on December 30, 1941.  In 1945 it was reassigned to Engine 25 as it was reportedly difficult to steer making it hard to negotiate the streets and alleys Downtown and in the West End.  U.S. Fire Apparatus was originally located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania but moved to Wilmington, Delaware where most of their apparatus was constructed.  The vast majority of fire engines constructed by U.S.F.A. were built using Autocar truck chassis.


Do you like old fire engines?  Me too!  Take a look at the SPAAMFAA (Society for the Preservation and Appreciation of Antique Motor Fire Apparatus in America)  web site at: http://spaamfaa.org and see how you can learn more about fire apparatus and share in an interesting hobby.  You do not need to own a fire engine to become a member.  


As part of your membership you will receive an award winning quarterly magazine (Enjine! ~ Enjine! - Published since 1971) devoted to the subject of antique and vintage fire apparatus and a quarterly newsletter (The Silver Trumpet).  Plus, you can meet lots of other people who share your interest!


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