A cab for my second department, Brickrock Pond Fire Co. This is a 2000 Freightliner FL-70 cab with a Pierce Pump Panel. The pump and body are supposed to be small also for manueverability. This unit will have Pierce bodywork. As you can see, there are green rims from an old racer set on this rig(I can't find the other two for the body). There is also Zak Overmyer's SNOT desing going on at the pump.
Cab credit to Zak Overmyer and the last picture is what becomes of the floor when I start thinking. I have also started color-coding the bricks in certain boxes.
Looks good! I would recomend making the pump 3 wide however even if it is meant to be a small engine it should have decent pump, I would go with roll ups on the body if this will be the only engine company in your town this way you can have it double as a rescue if needed, so a resuce engine body would go nice with this set up ;) -Paulo R.
Quoting Zak Overmyer
Looks good! Thanks for the credit. I would recommend putting another connection for the SNOT. One is pretty unstable. I learned that the hard way when the body of one of my trucks fell to the ground.
Oh, what truck? I will change that! Should I go with rollup doors or cabinets?