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"...The reign of the steam didn't last long. Despite the fact that steam powered fire engines were still in use, here and there, up until the 1920, motorized fire trucks became more and more common by 1910. Horse drawn or steam powered engines started being turned into fire trucks. By 1913, Ahrens-Fox Manufacturing Company from Cincinnati was the leading company when it came to the conversion. From 1911, Mack Trucks began producing fire trucks, slowly becoming the most famous m..." Continue Reading →
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