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FDNY Engine 5
I created this from the FDNY Ladder 456 kit. I believe it's supposed to be a Seagrave, I'm sure my US colleagues will correct me if I'm wrong!! The cab is exactly the same as the Ladder truck, but from the back of the cab is all new; (including the drivers side pump panel. I hope you like it!!
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  February 13, 2014
Um... I thought mocpages was FOR LEGO ONLY???!!!
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  November 19, 2012
Awesome! But it's not a Lego model.
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  November 29, 2010
The Ladder 456 Kit was on sale in the UK new for 30.00; I paid 7.00 at a car boot sale for 1 kit & 5.00 from ebay for the other. I may have some spare instructions if you need??
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  November 28, 2010
HI, I have the FDNY Ladder 456 BUT it is all in pieces and have no box or instructions on how to put it together. Where was it sold and how much did it sell for? It looks like it is in great condition. It is from estate of a young man collecton of 98 sets of lego's. I am trying to sell them for the family and am at at lost to value your creation of the 456. any help would be great. thank you Betty
  November 18, 2010
was there seriously a real lego set of this
  December 20, 2009
Go to You tube and look up in video never forget
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  November 5, 2009
Looks good, nice front and pump. Awesome work. Keep up the good work. P.S. Can you comment on my LFB pumper please :D
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  November 2, 2009
Quoting James Keatley love things in this scale great use of that kwl megablocks set to, great cabinets and hosebed. one thing thou, why are there pump panel controls on both sides?
Do American trucks not have pump controls on both sides? Anyway, the ones on the ladder side are for the siren & lights!!
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  November 1, 2009
love things in this scale great use of that kwl megablocks set to, great cabinets and hosebed. one thing thou, why are there pump panel controls on both sides?
  October 28, 2009
For Mega bloks, Its pretty good!
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  October 28, 2009
well pretty much what i do sense people critisise my creations i usualy build fdny ( fire.dept.new.york) and take them apart because i get alot of crritisisum but i usluly get my parts from buying kits with peices i need or i have gone to lego stores and they have a wall full of bricks that u can take and fuill a bucket a box or a cup
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  October 25, 2009
I have 4 1/32 scale British appliances in build at the moment, but am suffering from acute parts shortage syndrome!! Where do you get all your parts like wheels, lockers etc??
  October 23, 2009
yea i had the set all over the dinning room too but it some what does the company who made this toy made it look like a american lafrance pretty much i build large scale fdny trucks fronm scratch with no insturcsitons check out my opage onm mocpages i am working on a 2000 seagrave engine from brooklyn engine 234
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  October 22, 2009
Quoting michael laprade very veryvery good!!! i like this alot i have the same kit and never thouyght about doing this
It took some time believe me!! There was plenty of dining room table engineering going on! I'm glad you like it! Do you think it's a Seagrave? If it was a British appliance I'd know instantly, but I'm not too good on US apparatus!
  October 22, 2009
very veryvery good!!! i like this alot i have the same kit and never thouyght about doing this
 
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