Ahrens-Fox Fire Engine Company
Automotive manufacturer of Cincinnati , Ohio United States from 1910 to 1977.
Ahrens-Fox Fire Engine Company was an American manufacturer of motor vehicles and Fire Engines .
John P. Ahrens and Charles P. Fox founded the company in the early 1900s in Cincinnati , Ohio . They started with the production of fire department accessories. Initially, these were steam pumps that were pulled by horses. Later motor vehicles and fire engines were added. The brand name was Ahrens-Fox . In 1913, passenger cars were also built . Planned group of buyers were the boards of fire departments. In the end, all six vehicles went to the Cincinnati Fire Department . 1977 ended production.The brand name is used by HME Incorporated .
The only car model was the model EC Battalion Roadster as a roadster . A six-cylinder engine with 44 hp powered the rear axle via a four-speed gearbox. The maximum speed was specified at 80 km / h.