Beck and Company

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Beck & Company, also known as C. D. Beck & Company (named after Clayton D. Beck), of Sidney, Ohio, was an American intercity motor coach and transit bus manufacturing company that was founded in 1934.

In 1953, Beck acquired Ahrens-Fox Fire Engine Company, maker of fire apparatus and transferred its production from Cincinnati to Sidney. In 1956, Mack Trucks bought Beck and closed it in 1958.

Total Beck bus and coach production was around 3150 units.


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