Steve Hagy

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About Steve Hagy

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    Edgewood, Kentucky
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    Anything to do with old fire engines, pre-1980 gas stations, and vehicles built in the Cincinnati area.

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  1. Not bad looking for a car to chase EMS runs with. This great looking machine was in use with the Portland, Oregon F.D. As usual I would like to know the year, amke and model. Last one for tonight (I think). Thanks. Steve
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    1920's Luxury Car in Dallas Texas

    Back in the old days the Chief of a large fire department generally had a car that was quite fancy. It appear that the Fire Chief in Dallas, Texas was no exception to this rule. I would like to know the year, amke and model of this beauty. I wonder if that sign down the street is a clue? Thank you, Steve
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    1920's Vintage Auto in Piqua, Ohio

    Hi, I know what the fire engines are - it's the wheels for the Chief that has me stumped. Piqua opened this firehouse around 1928 or so and I'm guessing that was the occasion for the picture. I would like to know the year, make and model of the car. Thanks! Steve
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    1948 - 1950 Ford Truck

    Hi, Is there any way to tell the 1948 - 1949 - 1950 Ford trucks apart by year? I would like to know the year of the chassis for this pumper from Palmer, Pennsylvania. Thanks! Steve
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    An Apex automobile? Photo from 1922

    A great photo, but I suspect that there were still horses around the fire station as suggested by the evidence!
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    An Apex automobile? Photo from 1922

    You're right! What I thought was an "EX" on the radiator badge is the "EN" kind of merging together. That hubcap is a dead-on match. Thank you!
  7. Hi, Instead of posting a photo I'm going to attach a link to the picture in question. I've zoomed in as much as I can on the picture and I believe the radiator badge says "Apex." What do you think? The picture is dated 1922 and from what I just read online 1920-22 were the only years this car was made. My thought is that this is the chief beside his new car. If anyone has knowledge of Apex could you let me know a year and model designation? Would it be correct to call this a roadster? As always, I appreciate your efforts. Steve LINK
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    Another Mercury - 1955 I believe - but what model?

    Yep, same building which is the former Covington headquarters station at 6th & Washington Sts. A replacement station was built a few blocks away which opened in 1976. I was in the old station a number of times, which means I'm getting old! My thanks to everyone who took the time to look at this post and answer my question.
  9. Hi! Well, if my research on the internet is correct this is a 1958 Mercury. Where I have failed is in trying to decide what model this is. Help me out here gang! Thanks, Steve Obviously, Covington liked Mercurys. I wish fire departments would purchase cars this nice these days!
  10. Hi! Well, if my research on the internet is correct this is a 1958 Mercury. Where I have failed is in trying to decide what model this is. Help me out here gang! Thanks, Steve
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    Late 1970s or early 1980s Plymouth

    My thought on that is that whatever was sitting around in the shop is what went on after the tire change!
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    Late 1970s or early 1980s Plymouth

    I have to ask, is there any way to distinguish between the two years? I don't know, maybe someone else does. Maybe only a difference of serial numbers?
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    Mystery early roadster

    Beautiful car. I know this is Denver but I rely on folks like you to tell me what the make is!
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    1970s Ford EVF - Fairlane?

    Hi, This time the ride for the chief of the Bartlett & Countryside F.D. is this 1970s vintage Ford. This is noted as being an "EVF." There is an emblem in script behind the rear passenger window that I think says Fairlane. Is this a Fairlane? Does EVF stand for anything? And of course, I would like to know the year of the vehicle. Looking forward to everyone's input! Take care, Steve
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    Late 1970s or early 1980s Plymouth

    Hi! Since this car isn't that old I hope that will translate to an easy identification. I would like to know the year and model of this well-worn battalion chief's car of the Detroit Fire Dept. It would have looked so much nicer in red... Take care, Steve