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Engine 1
Engine 1 is a 1969 Ward La France, 1000 GPM pumper and a 1000 gallon water tank. This is the first new truck the BPVFD ever bought and it remains in great working order. Credit to Lee C and Zak O.
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  November 20, 2010
Excellent job. I love the cab. I used the design in my LDD Engine 51. If I ever get around to building it, I will give you (and those you listed in the description) credit. Again, excellent job!
jessie w
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John Drake
  September 30, 2010
In my dept (OCFA) , a workhorse is the chassis they use the most, in this case my dept they use the E-one Cyclone. I use the quantum. I started taking a liking to this truck Jessie, good work
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  September 30, 2010
Quoting John Drake In my dept (OCFA) , a workhorse is the chassis they use the most, in this case my dept they use the E-one Cyclone. I use the quantum. I started taking a liking to this truck Jessie, good work
Well, thank you! You should go check my new rescue truck.
jessie w
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John Drake
  September 29, 2010
Darn, my dept is all quantum because we use workhorses. QUANTUM FEVER! Hey come on chat after I am done with HW.
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  September 29, 2010
Quoting John Drake Darn, my dept is all quantum because we use workhorses. QUANTUM FEVER! Hey come on chat after I am done with HW.
I wouldn't call a quantum a "workhorse" a real workhorse is the old 53 open cab seagrave that was used in my dads old department. It was running 2nd-3rd out on all fires it laid lines and was in great condidtion all the way to the early 90s when they sold it to anotehr department.
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  September 29, 2010
Quoting John Drake Man I wish you had the old 11, I say this should be a temp then trade for a new quantum!
Wasn't satisfied with it, and I don't think there will be anymore quantums.
jessie w
John Drake
  September 28, 2010
Man I wish you had the old 11, I say this should be a temp then trade for a new quantum!
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  September 27, 2010
Quoting Zak Overmyer Looks Awesome Jessie! Glad the cab worked for ya. Your Jump seat/Pump area looks really nice too. Keep up the great work and I hope Brickland Park doesn't buy a sutphen. ;)
It w be an old one if it comes about.
 I like it 
  September 27, 2010
Looks Awesome Jessie! Glad the cab worked for ya. Your Jump seat/Pump area looks really nice too. Keep up the great work and I hope Brickland Park doesn't buy a sutphen. ;)
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  September 27, 2010
Quoting Lee Crowder I love how I made this cab and everybody who's seen it has made it...except for me? hahah. -Lee
Haha well it is a nice cab! Next should be the Sutphen.
  September 27, 2010
I love how I made this cab and everybody who's seen it has made it...except for me? hahah. -Lee
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  September 27, 2010
Quoting Lego Fire Museum Inc. Another Ward! I'm loving all these old school trucks. This is a really nice truck. Nice snot on the lower windows. You and Zak obviously are comparing notes. One suggestion for both of you, get better backgrounds. Use something neutral that doesn't distract from the truck. I use a board painted dark gray for a background and dark gray construction paper for the ground. Before that I used my stone patio steps. When you build trucks this well, they deserve the best presentation possible.
I was just gonna build a grey wall out of bricks so it would look like it's in a town or something but I used em all for my station. And there are more oldies to come, including an 80s Sutphen and possibly a 70s seagrave. And I'd I can ever find a good way to do a Mack C I'll have one of those too.
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  September 27, 2010
Another Ward! I'm loving all these old school trucks. This is a really nice truck. Nice snot on the lower windows. You and Zak obviously are comparing notes. One suggestion for both of you, get better backgrounds. Use something neutral that doesn't distract from the truck. I use a board painted dark gray for a background and dark gray construction paper for the ground. Before that I used my stone patio steps. When you build trucks this well, they deserve the best presentation possible.
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  September 27, 2010
Quoting James Kontoules Hmm, this story seems familiar... Lol that was fast! Zak only posted his last night! Lol looking good!
Well I've been thinking about building one since Lee showed it to me. Then Zak showed up, I wasn't happy with the old E11 and I had already started on a Sutphen cab but decided to go with a WLF. And I like it, the Sutphen will be coming later.
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  September 27, 2010
Hmm, this story seems familiar... Lol that was fast! Zak only posted his last night! Lol looking good!
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  September 27, 2010
very very nice, love to see some more retro stuff about, its the main problem i have with the british fire service, they throw out and sell perfectly good rigs for some commercial stuff that doens't last as well, all those rigs we threw out are still doing a fine job in ireland. i'm glad to see the american market isn't as vain about buying new rigs.
 
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