The largest and most accurate minifig-scale heavy rescue I've built so far. This heavy-duty walk-in rescue serves as the department's Hazardous-materials — or Hazmat unit. In addition to a full complement of rescue tools, it carries equipment to both contain hazardous materials and decontaminate victims and-or responders.
Quoting Joseph Perkowski
Do you know what parts one would need to make this haz-mat truck?? I'm a firefighter and I like to build fire trucks & crash trucks.
I haven't really done an inventory or instructions. You can see most of the parts needed in the photo. The hardest parts to find would be the doors. Lego needs to release a set that has them again. Hint, hint :-) .
Steven, that's what I get for looking at the photos, but not reading a single word! I don't know how I missed the HAZMAT lettering on the side of the rig though. So, I guess this is an awesome HAZMAT rig, not a Rescue. Regards, Eric.
Holy Crap. Always loved your rigs, and this one is no exception. Really like the roof compartments and built-in shower, if that's what it's supposed to be. Would be really neat to see a 'Steven Asbury Ferrara.' Keep up the good work!
Steven, I am a fan of large rescues and this is not just your best, but THE best on MOC pages. I have learned so much just by studying your excellent photos. Everything is so clean and looks well thought out. You haven't ever posted something that looks like you just slapped it together, or were in a hurry to finish it. Storage on the sides is amazing. I could go on and on... Thanks for your inspiration. Regards, Eric.
Simply amazing. The level of detail is astounding. Looking at it, it doesn't even look like it's made of LEGO bricks. There is only one thing I don't like and that's that there are no pictures of its top and bottom sides or closeups of its cab and other details. I want more pictures! :) 5/5