Classic Fire Engines: Many old fire engines feature distinctive designs and adornments, making them great additions to museums and personal collections; or for anyone wanting an eye-catching vehicle for parades. Fire trucks are expensive so they are usually well maintained through their useful years but they can be difficult and expensive to restore. The earliest fire engines were hand operated but now gasoline and diesel engines do most of the work. Over the years dozens of manufacturers such as Ford, Chevrolet, Mack, American LaFrance, GMC, REO and Seagrave have produced fire engines and many other companies supply them with specialized accessories. This category is open to all types of fire trucks, pump trucks, hook-and-ladder trucks, EMT vans, etc.
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