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Copenhagen FD P2 command vehicle
I got a little excited after completing this, so the first picture is not so good. I will upload more soon, when the light is right, and i have a decent camera. The P2 is an incident command vehicle, a VW transporter. It seats 2 minifigs in the front and one in the back. It has a crew of 2, a driver/radio operator and of course the incident commander. The back is fitted with a desk with a PC and communication equipment, and the far rear end holds 2 SCBA's.
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Photo by Jonas Koch, for more excellent photos of Danish emergency vehicles check out his website: http://redningunik.dk/fronten

Tak for hjælpen Jonas :)




Comments

 I made it 
  January 11, 2014
Quoting Sven Jagdmann Hey Emil, this is a great replica of the T5 command vehicle. Love your idea with the sliding door. It's simple but works well. Great work.
Thanks a lot! This model has gone through so many changes from my initial drawing to this, and this is not even the final version. The front on my latest version is more true to the VW design, hope I have time to upload some pictures soon! When designing the sliding door I went through so many different designs, and in the end I just decided to keep it as simple as possible to waste as little space as possible inside the vehicle. And I am still wondering how to make the "mechanism" smaller:)
 I like it 
  January 11, 2014
Hey Emil, this is a great replica of the T5 command vehicle. Love your idea with the sliding door. It's simple but works well. Great work.
 I like it 
  July 11, 2013
nice job here!:D
  July 11, 2013
Yes that looks great, sorry haven't replied sooner. I thought of using a few 1x2 modified plate http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=32028 both on the van and door to make it slide. How it will connect is the one plate will be higher than the other so the door will hang on the van. I still haven't got as far as thinking about a swing arm or anything.
 I made it 
  August 2, 2012
Quoting North Ireland Fire rescue Hi Emil, great to see European Fire Vehicles on MOCpages. It is a very nice command vehicle. The side sliding door does it really work and how did you make it?. I'm asking because ive got a Rescue Team van with sliding side door and ive on made it on LDD and I don't know if mine works or not yet?. keep up the great work. Graeme
Hi Graeme, thanks for your comment, i have uploaded a couple of pictures of how the slidedoor works. It is held in place by one of those little "tool-holder-things" at the end of the door when it is closed, and another one on the backside, when closed. The slide is a 1x4 brick with a horizontal slot. And the baseplate of the vehicle, where the door fits in, is a 4x6 tile, one of those that has studs along 3 of the edges. I am still working a little on making the mechanism smaller, but this is the smallest and simplest i can make it now.
 I like it 
  August 1, 2012
Hi Emil, great to see European Fire Vehicles on MOCpages. It is a very nice command vehicle. The side sliding door does it really work and how did you make it?. I'm asking because ive got a Rescue Team van with sliding side door and ive on made it on LDD and I don't know if mine works or not yet?. keep up the great work. Graeme
 
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