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Medtec Ford F-450 Ambulance "reflective decals" UPDATE! Now with working lights . This is my brandnew Ford F-450 Medtec Ambulance "Harrison EMS" with reflective decals. All yellow and white stripes also the chevrons at the back are made with reflective foil. In real life it features a full LED lightning package, two Airhorns in the front bumper and many other nice stuff. I think it has a really nice colour scheme. This was the reason for me to build this Ambulance. The original Ambulance is stationed in Harrison/State of New York. I hope you like it very much and enjoy it. Thanks for watching. Have fun :) To see the working lights, scroll a bit down :) . On the next picture you can see the yellow Aesculapian staff in the Star of Life. It's also made with reflective foil but missing on the night pictures. I added it after taking the night pics. Here are the chevrons at the back of the Ambulance. On the next three pictures you can see the reflective decals, stripes and chevrons. I know the pics are not the best but it's not easy to photograph the reflection effect in the dark. I hope you can see enough. Today i had the idea to add working Lights. I used the old Lego Battery Pack with the lights on it. I put it into the inside of the Ambulance. Now the lights are real working. I think it's a simple idea with a great effect. On this picture you can see the Lego Battery Pack with the lights. I placed it inside of the body. Here is the original Ambulance. I don't own this picture, it's only as reference for the model Thanks for watching and commenting :)


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