Steve Hagy

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About Steve Hagy

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

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  1. Hi, Another automobile turned fire engine. This one is from Glenwood, New York and looks to be an early, fancy car. Any ideas? Thanks, Steve
  2. Hi, A conversion from an automobile to a fire engine. Pretty common in the U.S. during the time period of this hose wagon. Assuming the name plate on the front is correct, I would like to know the year and model of this Buick. Thanks! Steve
  3. Fire engines that are motorized, hand or horse drawn. Comments and questions are welcomed.
  4. Hi Folks, Not much to go on with this picture. A mid-1950's vintage Chevrolet panel truck that served with the Miami East Fire Dept. in Clermont County, Ohio. I would like to get an exact year on this. Thank you all! Steve
  5. This car was assigned to the Fire Chief of Cincinnati in the late 1940's or early 1950's. It looks fancy to me and a retired firefighter told me many years ago that he thought it was a Lincoln. He also said that it was painted forest green. I sure wish I had a better, and in color, photo of this auto. As usual I would like to know the make, model and year and any other interesting tidbits that this fantastic group can come up with. Thanks for looking. Steve
  6. Hi, Back with another mystery photo. I am more clueless than usual about the car pictured here. Not only do I not know the year, make and model of this beauty, I have no idea where the photo was taken. I'm confident that one of the people on this board will come up with the auto identification! Then I'll work on identifying the town. Can't wait to see this mystery solved... Steve
  7. Thank you keiser31. Your knowledge of early autos is impressive!
  8. Thank you for the replies and the speedy identification. The remaining mystery is figuring out what fire department this photo shows.
  9. Hi! This newly constructed fire engine is parked by the Crutcher Motor Company dealership. As I recall there was an indication on this photo that it was taken in Oklahoma. The only clues that I can provide are that the hub caps have a triangular shaped emblem on them and there is a Dodge Brothers sign by the doorway and Willys Knight lettering on the window. Looking for the make, model and year. Thank you folks... Steve
  10. Hi Gang, I searching for my usual information. Make, model and year of this early fire chief's auto. In playing with the image in Photoshop it appears that the radiator emblem has a large "S" in the center. There is also a name around the base of the hub caps however I couldn't read any of the lettering. I just know someone is going to identify this beauty! As always, thank you for your comments.
  11. A nice idea, but I grabbed that photo from the unofficial department Facebook page. Unfortunately no one on the department knew what the car was which is why I decided to give the people here a shot at it (I almost always receive an answer too, this is a great forum). I personally love going through old department journals looking for this type of information, but I'm a few hours away from Huntington. Also, you would be surprised at home many departments don't keep their old records!
  12. Thanks for the replies. Is there any way to pin down the year with the photo that I posted?
  13. This photo shows the Chief's buggy in Huntington, West Virginia. I'm clueless as to the year, make and model. I'm hoping this is some really odd manufacturer!
  14. Hi, Just for fun I thought I would post one of my gas station photos instead of my usual fire engine pictures. This is the Hazel filling station in West Virginia. I believe that the car with the rectangular enameled emblem is a Hudson. At least that's what the emblem looks like to me! So folks, can anyone identify the make, model and year of these gas guzzlers? Steve
  15. Hi, I'm trying to find out the year, make and model of this sharp looking truck. The chassis was used by the Capitol Heighys, Maryland F.D. They had U.S. Fire Apparatus of Wilmington, Delaware build this classic fire engine. I believe this might be a Studebaker, but boy have I been wrong before! So, please let me know what you think. As always, I appreciate your input. Steve