This is a 2012 Toyne with a HME series 1871 Chassis. It carries 2000 Gallons of water with 40 Gallons of Class A & B foam. It has a 1250 GPM pump. We are currently getting our grant approved through the Brick City Fire Department Board of Directors (A.K.A: Saving up money). The BCVFD has decided to change around there apparatus and make 2 stations, New station will be Station 80. Current Engine 71 will stay in Station 70 along with the new Engine 72(this truck. Along with E-71, E-72, and U-79 I also have a 2012 Toyne Tower truck undergoing in its design stage. Rescue Engine 72 will become Rescue Engine 81, Engine 73 will become Engine 82, Squad 77 will become S-87 and Utility 79 will stay in Station 70. Thanks to all the builders who inspired me to make a Great truck. Special thanks to Anthony Dryden who kept me going and keeping my hopes up from comments he's made in the past. Thanks Anthony!
About this creation
Equipment: 2 Shovels, 2 Chainsaws, 2 Brushes, 4 sets of SCBA's, 2 axes, 1 Stretcher (for my Ambulance, 1 backboard (also for my Ambulance), 2 Crowbars (I use them as Halogens), 2 Radios, 2 Flashlights, megaphone, 2 Pike poles, and a box of Oil dry (Grey box).
Quoting Brick Valley
This truck is AWEWSOME! But, the cab is not HME (they are flat), it looks more like an ALF or something like that.
The reason it is slanted is so it goes along with Engine 71. Engine 71 is a 1871 Series HME. So the cab is the same with both trucks (just different lighting and stuff)which has the same slanted windows. I would of made them flat but it doesn't go along with Engine 71. And I want the cabs to be really close.