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FDNY Ladder 456
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Ok, so, I know it's not strictly Lego, & it's not strictly a "MOC" BUT it does have Lego in it.
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 I like it 
  December 16, 2012
does anyone know where i can find this online? i had it at one time but it broke :( HELP!
 I like it 
  May 27, 2010
bjr.j 'ai le meme chez moi.je n'ai plus la fiche de montage.vous pouver me faire parvenir la fiche C'Est urgence
  November 5, 2009
you are a great person. never forget the brave men and women who died on 9/11
Rik Whines
Phazezorz .
  October 19, 2009
I don't get it... Like at all. It's Mega crud with Lego. And it's a set. Not a Moc.
 I like it 
  October 19, 2009
Wow! That's pretty amazing! Great work especially on the ladder and the body, my 2 favorite parts! Also Welcome to MOCpages!
 I made it 
  October 16, 2009
Quoting Robert Karpowicz The theme of MOC is that you created something on our own, without any instructions and the creation is not a store bought set which comes with instructions. So if its not really a MOC then it does not really belong here. The idea behind MOC is to show your creativity. There is no creativity here. You took a packaged set, followed instructions, built it from the instructions and replaced missing pieces with Lego. Anyone can do that.
Ah, but watch this space!!
  October 16, 2009
The theme of MOC is that you created something on our own, without any instructions and the creation is not a store bought set which comes with instructions. So if its not really a MOC then it does not really belong here. The idea behind MOC is to show your creativity. There is no creativity here. You took a packaged set, followed instructions, built it from the instructions and replaced missing pieces with Lego. Anyone can do that.
 
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