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CCFD Engine 3
The new engine 3, a 2012 Pierce Arrow XT rescue pumper. Fitted to standard specs and is an improved version of Engine 1. this unit is equipped with a full rescue complement, 1x Holmetro combi tool and power pack, 1x set of jaws of life and airbags. 3x 45mm pre-connect attacklines, 1x 110mm Supply, 1x 90mm Supply, 1x 70mm rear pre-connect.
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Two of the set, 3rd one still being built.


Builders notes
Firstly i would like to address the decal issue, on the next versions i will be using heavier paper to avoid the botching/smudge effect ergh :(

This is also my first rig to have proper logos, i hope you like them.

Over the MK1 and MK2 designs (Engine 1) these rigs have had a number of improvements, first they carry a Jaws in addition to the combi tool set. I have also improved the ladder rack and the rear of the apparatus, including a new lowered more useful hosebed, Dual rear Inlets, a light beacon and command light has been added to the rear. the pump panel is now a little wider and has 3 pre-connect crosslays. new Dial 999/112/911 signs on the cab. and improved LED style lighting. and for the eagle eyed yes those are gene power outlets on Ceeforms on the officers side.

Credits to in particular order, Bruce B, Bob K, CC, the other James K, Paulo R, Alex W, Brian S and Paul B



Comments

 I like it 
  October 21, 2012
Wow, I need to rebuild my truck, it is really showing it's age. Yours has twice as much detail and is only half the size! Great job, I love all the detail you added. Good work on the stickers, they really add a new layer of detail to an already great truck. I think you should lay out all the hoses and tools so we can see everything it can carry, great job!
James Keatley
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riley m.
  July 27, 2012
this truck is awesome but one question. why do the pierces have the lights on the back, left corner of the cab?
 I made it 
  July 27, 2012
Quoting riley m. this truck is awesome but one question. why do the pierces have the lights on the back, left corner of the cab?
Those are electronic tank level indicators, becoming fairly common now, we need a better way of doing it in lego, because those do look bulky but they get the message across.
 I made it 
  June 26, 2012
Quoting Jordan Gennusa Hey James, quick question, how do you get the one application for bricklink and LDD?
Hi, Im running Wanted Bricks for my stuff, its fairly good but takes some time to get running well, there are others, ask Dakota over on Emergency Bricks, he knows some others that may be better for you :) just google wanted bricks and you should find it.
James Keatley
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Jordan Gennusa
  June 22, 2012
Hey James, quick question, how do you get the one application for bricklink and LDD?
 I made it 
  April 24, 2012
Quoting Jonah L. Nice! I suggest flipping the mirrors around so you can see the studs from the front.
there are no studs, the mirrors have tiles on the back.
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  April 16, 2012
Nice! I suggest flipping the mirrors around so you can see the studs from the front.
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  March 22, 2012
Excellent work. Looks good and had many details. The sides are a nice touch as well.
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  March 14, 2012
A very awesome looking rig. Keep em coming ;)
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  March 14, 2012
This is a really nice engine. Great work on this piece. I like the battenburg design very much. :)
 
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