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I have been working on LDD for the past few days working on my new rigs and I am really proud of them. They are going to be built one by one through out 2013 and with the help of a few PAB orders.

Before we start: I know I have a lot of rescue rigs or rigs with foam and that is because Harrisonville protects over 200 industrial clients and bushiness parks.

From Left To Right:

Support 1: 2011 International Durastar/Utilimaster/Odyssey - carries extra gear, rehab supplies, traffic supplies, etc. Inspired by Toronto EMS ESU 7 (I love Toronto EMS because 1, they have great units and 2, I'm part Canadian)

Maintenance 1: 1980 GMC 7000/Altec bucket truck - used to maintain our apparatus and fire alarms through out the city; carries tools, welders, jacks, etc. Also can respond to fires as an aerial.

Engine 3: 2012 Freightliner M2-106/Pierce - 1500 GPM, 500 Gallons of Water, 250 Gallons of Class A, and 250 Gallons of Dry Chemical. Inspired by PBCFR Engine 41.

Rescue 1: 2012 Freightliner M2-106/Pierce - Carries a wide variety of gear. Inspired by PBCFR Tactical 34

Rescue 2: 2012 Ford F-550/Swab Mini Rescue - Carries 2 sets of Hurst extrication gear and has an SCBA refilling station; responds to MVAs. Inspired by Galveston, Indiana's Rescue 51.

Engine 4: 1976 GMC 7000/American Eagle Midi-Pumper - 750 GPM, 750 Gallons of Water and 50 Gallons of Class A Foam. Might be re-named Brush 2.







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This will be my last post for a while because I'm moving to a new house.



Comments

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  January 25, 2013
Quoting BrickCity101 11 Cool! Can't wait to see these in real life! Love the GMC's:) Is Maintenance 1 considered part of Fleet Maintenance?
Thanks, and yes it is considered part of Fleet Maintenance.
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  January 25, 2013
Cool! Can't wait to see these in real life! Love the GMC's:) Is Maintenance 1 considered part of Fleet Maintenance?
 I made it 
  January 25, 2013
Quoting dcatch 1 Can't wait to see these trucks in real life! E3 should be quite similar to my E2!
Thanks dcatch, I can't wait either!
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  January 25, 2013
Can't wait to see these trucks in real life! E3 should be quite similar to my E2!
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  January 23, 2013
Quoting Sven Jagdmann Looking good so far buddy. Can't wait to see it in real bricks. Good luck for moving to the new house. Greets, Sven
Thanks Sven :)
 I made it 
  January 23, 2013
Quoting Paulo Rodriguez ugh, PaB, scamming people out of their money for bricks! :D Nice looking rigs, but they are never final, never! I always though that, but every now and then, I revisit my trucks.
Thanks Paulo! I do the same thing with my rigs, they are always changing in some way
 I like it 
  January 23, 2013
ugh, PaB, scamming people out of their money for bricks! :D Nice looking rigs, but they are never final, never! I always though that, but every now and then, I revisit my trucks.
 I like it 
  January 23, 2013
Looking good so far buddy. Can't wait to see it in real bricks. Good luck for moving to the new house. Greets, Sven
 
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