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Cadillac
(unknown - unknown)

Cadillac Gage
(1970s - Detroit, MI)

Calavar
(1970 - 1980 - Santa Fe Springs, CA)

Calavar Firebird
(1970 - 1980 - Santa Fe Springs, CA)

Campbell & Kelly
(Unknown - Tonapen, NV)

Can-Am Fire Apparatus
(Unknown - Takoma, WA)

Can-Am Fire
(Unknown - Great Falls, MT)

Capital Fire Equipment Co.
(unknown - Sacramento, CA)


Cardox Chemtron 1
(1942 - date - Chicago, IL)

Cardox Chemtron 2
(1942 - date - Chicago, IL)

Car-Mar 1
(1972 - 1986 - Berwick, PA)

Car-Mar 2
(1972 - 1986 - Berwick, PA)

Car-Mar/Kovach
(1985 - Nesquehoning, PA)

Carmichael
(1972 - 1986 - Berwick, PA)

Cascade Fire Equipment (CFE)
(1985 - date - Medford, OR)

Cayasler (See Young)
(1937 - 1943? - Buffalo, NY)

Caterpillar Engine
(1975 - Peoria, IL)

Cayel Craft
(? - 1993 - Rock Rapids, IA)

CDN Nordic (See also Foam Boss)
(Unknown - Ontario, Canada)

CDN Research 1
(1972 - 1982 - Oakville, Ontario Canada)

CDN Research 2
(1972 - 1982 - Oakville, Ontario Canada)

Central Custom Bodies
(Unknown - Columbus, GA)

Central Fire Truck Corp. 1
(1936 - 1970 - St. Louis, MO)

Central Fire Truck Corp. 2
(1936 - 1970 - St. Louis, MO)

Central Fire Truck Corp. 3
(1936 - 1970 - St. Louis, MO)

CFA
(unknown - Clintonville, WI)

CFE (Cascade Fire Equipment)
(1985 - date - Medford, OR)

Central States
(1992 - 1996, Lyons, SD)

Challenger
(1930 - 1941 - Sacramento, CA)

Challenger Corp.
(unknown - Memphis, TN)

Chassis by Pemfab (Pemberton Fabricators) 3
(1976 - 1998 - Rancocas, NJ)

Chevrolet
(Unknown - date - Unknown)

Chief Fire and Safety Co
(1990 - date - Chickasha, OK)

Chief's Fire and Rescue Inc 1
(1990 - date - Jefferson, NC)

Chief's Fire and Rescue Inc 2
(1990 - date - Jefferson, NC)

Chief's Fire and Rescue Inc 3
(1990 - date - Jefferson, NC)

Chief Fire App.
(1961 - 1962 - Covington, KY)

Childs, O.J. (Bought by ALaF in 1927)
(1920 - 1927 - Utica, NY)

Christie (Ford Drive Motor Co.)
(1911 -1918 - Hoboken, NJ)

Christopher Corp.
(1911 - 1912 - New York, NY)

Chubb National Foam
(Unknown - Lyons, PA)

City Fire Equip. (Scat)
(1973 - 1985 - Perrysburg, OH)

Clark Fire Apparatus 1
(1975 - 1979  -Albuquerque, NM)

Clark Fire Apparatus 2
(1975 - 1979  -Albuquerque, NM)

Clapp and Jones Mfg Co.
(unknown - Hudson, NY)

Classic Fire
(? - date - Ocala, FL)

Clegg Industries
(Unknown - Unknown)

Clintonville Fire App.
(1971 - 1977 - Clintonville, WI)

Clyde Fire Trucks
(Unknown - Clyde, OH)

CNF (National Foam)
(unknown - Lionville, PA)

Coast Apparatus
(1946 - 1967 - Martinez, CA)

Cocke, Jack & Co.
(JACO) 1
(1976 - 1981 - Mobile, AL)

Cocke, Jack & Co.
(JACO) 2
(1976 - 1981 - Mobile, AL)

Collet Specialty Vehicles
(Unknown - San Jose, CA)

Collins Industries 1
(Unknown - Hutchinson, KS)

Collins Industries 2
(Unknown - Tyler, TX)

Columbia
(1968 - 1969 - unknown)

Combination Ladder
(1926 - 1927 - Providence, RI)

Commercial Truck of America Co.
(1909 - 1929 - Philadelphia, PA)

Concord Truck and Body (Abbot Downing Truck & Body Company)
(1917 - 1928 - Concord, NH)

Conestoga Wagon
(1979 - 1982 - Ephrata, PA)

Continental
(1971 - 1983 - Hopkinton, MA)

Continental Firehorse (Contrinental Engineeering)
(1981 - 1987 - Belleview, WA)

Conway Enterprises (Tom Conway Enterprises)
(
Unknown - Uniontown, PA )

Conway Enterprises (Tom Conway Enterprises)
(1988 - 1990 - Lewiston, MN)

Conway Fire Apparatus
(Unknown - Unknown)

Cooper Howard Body Works
(Unknown - Unknown)

Couple Gear
(1904 - 1923 - Grand Rapids, MI)

Coventry Climax Godiva (Unknown - England)

CraftSteel Mfg
(See Also Steel Craft)
(1979 - 1980 - Farmville, NC)

Crash Fire Rescue
(Unknown - Dallas/Desoto, TX)

Crash Rescue Eq. Svc. (CRES)
(1993 - date - Dallas, TX)

Crenshaw
(1942 - UT)

CRES (Crash Rescue Equipment Service)
(1993 - date - Dallas, TX)

CRESremfg
(1994 - date - Dallas, TX)

Crestone International
(Unknown - Canada)

Crimson 1
(2002 - date - Brandon, SD)

Crimson 2
(2002 - date - Brandon, SD)

Critzer, E.C. Fire Apparatus
(Unknown - Spokane, WA)

Cross, C.J.
(1914 - 1916 - Newark, NJ)

Crown 1
(1951 - 1982 - Los Angeles, CA)

Crown 2
(1951 - 1982 - Los Angeles, CA)

Crown 3
(1951 - 1982 - Los Angeles, CA)


Crown 4
(1951 - 1982 - Los Angeles, CA)


Crown 5
(1983 - 1985 -
Chino, CA)

Crown Coach (Fire Coach)
(1951 - 1982 - Los Angeles, CA)

CRS (C. Ray Smith) (See also Resq-Amb)
(Unknown - TX)

CSI
(Unknown - Grayling, MI)

C-Tec
(1988 - 1991 - CA)

CTS
(Unknown - Dallas, TX)

Curtis-Hieser
(Burrien, WA)

Curtis, L.N. & Sons
(1948 - 1976 - Oakland, CA)

Cushman
(1951 - date - Lincoln, NB)


Custom Coach
(Unknown - Ocala, FL)


Custom Fab and Body Company
(1994 to present - Marion, WI)

Custom Fire Appr Inc
(1984 - date - Osceola, WI)

Custom Fire Appr Inc 2
(1984 - date - Osceola, WI)

Custom Line
(1946 - date - Brick Town, NJ)

Custom Tec Fire Apparatus
(Unknown - Unknown)

Custom Truck and Body Works
(Unknown - Morrow, GA)

Crimson 2
(2002 - date - Brandon, SD)

C.W. Williams
(1957 - date - Rocky Mount, NC)
     




Carmichael (Unknown - United Kingdom): Carmichael either built or builds fire trucks in the UK. I have no idea if they are still in business or not.

Cascade Fire Equipment (1985 to present - Medford, OR): Cascade builds of line of rural type apparatus and skid units.

CDN Research (1972 to 1982 - Oakville, Ontario Canada): CDN Research was a subsidiary of Nordic systems. Nordic, of Mississauga Ontario Canada, has been involved in fire apparatus from 1947 to the present. CDN rigs built during 1972 to 1982 were primarily industrial and aircraft rigs. I have copied two emblems from their rigs.

Central (Oval) (1936 - 1970 - St. Louis, MO): You already have Central listed on the site. The script style emblem that you have on there already is the last style emblem that was used during the 1960's into 1970. This emblem (oval) was used during the 1940's and 1950s.

- Central (Rectangle)(1936 - 1970 - St. Louis, MO): This emblem was used during from the late 1930's through the early 1950's and was typically mounted on the rear of the apparatus. (I have one more Central emblem that was used on early apparatus which will be emailed at a later date).

Chief's (Acrylic) Fire and Rescue (1990 to present - Jefferson, NC): You already have them listed on the site with their logo from advertising. This is an acrylic style logo they use on their apparatus.

- Chief's (Metal) Fire and Rescue (1990 to present - Jefferson, NC): You already have them listed on the site with their logo from advertising. This is a metal style logo they use on their apparatus.

Clark (Rectangle) (1975 - 1979 - Albuquerque, NM): You already have them listed on the site with their logo from advertising. This is a metal style logo they used on their apparatus.

- Clark (Script) (1975 - 1979 - Albuquerque, NM): You already have them listed on the site with their logo from advertising. This is a metal script style logo they used on their apparatus.

Coast Apparatus (1946 - 1967 - Martinez, CA): Regarding "COAST", that will be a toughie.  They were indeed located in Martinez, CA, and a lot of west coast departments bought them, they did have a cab forward in the 1960's.  Sacramento City, Oakland, and many volunteer F.D.'s purchased them, but they were always low bid at the bottom of the scale, and their workmanship was generally horrible.  They ceased to exist about 1967.  Their "COAST" logo was simply large block capital letters arch-welded or cut out of the center of the front bumper, so that the front bumper had in the middle cut out the letters " C O A S T ".  No, not very professional.  If you review old issues of Western Fire Journal or American Fire Journal during this era, I am sure you would find an ad by them. Thanks - Jan R. Dunbar, Retired - Sacramento City.

Coventry Climax Godiva (Unknown - England): I found this emblem on eBay earlier this year. My research found that Coventry is located in England and started building motors during the early 1900's, During WWII, they supplied a lot of motor driven Godiva fire pumps on trailers.

CRESremfg (1993 to present - Dallas, TX): You already have CRES on the site. This is the nameplate they use on the ARFF rigs that refurbish.

Crown (1949 - 1970 - Los Angeles, CA): CROWN used a large, wide chrome logo on the front of their fire apparatus, mounted over the siren (See picture). Across the top of the word CROWN in capital lettes was a crown portion of their older crown logo, but stretched out wider. I have attempted to crop this logo and included it separately (at the top of the page). I hope it works for you. CROWN did not advertise much, but when they did they used the "CROWN Firecoach" logo. Included is also a .jpg of it in the WORD document. Also, sometimes this "CROWN FIrecoach" would be applied in black outlined gold leaf on the side of their apparatus. There are a few variations of this design, one can be found with the word "CROWN" superimposed over and to the left of the "F" in Firecoach. Thanks - Jan R. Dunbar, Retired - Sacramento City.

- Crown 4 (1951 - 1982 - Los Angeles, CA): You already have Crown on the web site, but the dates of fire apparatus construction at LA are incorrect. This is an actual emblem that was placed on the apparatus. This style was used from the mid-1950's through 1982.

- Crown 5 (1983 - 1985 - Chino, CA): Although you already have Crown on the web site the Chino location can be added. In 1982 when the main plant closed, the bus operation was moved the Chino. in 1984 and 1985, several Crown cab/chassis were constructed at the Chino plant.

Custom Fab and Body Company (1994 to present - Marion, WI): Although the company has been in business since 1994, they didn't start concentrating on all fire apparatus construction until 1999 when the owner left his job at Marion Body Works after 15 years building fire apparatus and other items there.

Custom Line (1946 to present - Brick Town, NJ): Custom Line was a division of PL Custom Body. According to their web site, they started building ambulances and emergency equipment from Pompton Lakes, NJ in 1946. In the late 1960s, they moved to Brick Town, NJ where the opreated until 1974 when the moved to Wall Township. I spoke with Martin Smock who is CEO of PL and has been since 1974. He was shocked that I had come across this emblem and told me that they did build several fire trucks in their years at Brick.

Custom Works Specialty Vehicles (Unknown - date - Woodbury, GA): This company is presently in business.

C.W. Williams (1957 to present - Rocky Mount, NC): C.W. Williams has been in business since 1957 and built their own line of apparatus as well as being a distributor for several lines of apparatus. They currently operate from three or four facilities in NC.

Pemfab (Pemberton Fabricators) (1976 - 1998 - Rancocas, NJ): Pemfab, A division of Pemberton Fabricators was in business building custom chassis, first as "Imperial Fire Apparatus" from 1969-1976. Then it was "Chassis by Pemfab" 1976-1985 and then "Pemfab Trucks" Here is the name plate the company used 1985-1995. The company was sold in 1996 to Fire Cab and in 1998 ceased operations For your Info The logo you show (with the horses) is art work which was created for print advertising and never used on a truck.

 

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