Here is WBVFD Engine 5, a 1989 Mack CF/Ranger. If you have seen my YouTube video with my yellow Mack CF, well, "The Mack is Back!"This rig has FDNY lights(coutesy of Bricktown Fire Dept.) and the classic Mack CF cab(courtesy of Zak Overmyer). Engine 5 is equipped with a 1750 GPM pump and a 1000 gallon water tank. Engine 5 also has extrcation gear, light brush gear, some haz-mat cleanup gear, and attack hoses. This rig responds sixth-out for MVAs and house fires.
I get what your saying man, this new sutphen is going to be engine 201 and the current pierce rig was going to be placed into service as engine 202, but i have a second order setup for when i get my Christmas money and it includes another sutphen engine, yellow and white that will be County Engine 404, which wont be staffed for a while. the second order has 3 police cars, Engine 404 and LSFD Medic 6, based off my MedLink rig.
Quoting Chris Sullivan-Irwin
Down Boy! very Nice man! keep up the good work, also hope you dont mind, but i am ordering another sutphen thru LDD with your grill design.
Yes, sure! No problem! That's fine! It's the Engine 201 right? Your Pierce(old E-201) should still be numbered E-201, but you should call it Engine 202! It is kind of confusing, but you get what I'm saying riight?