I have been working on LDD for the past few days working on my new rigs and I am really proud of them. They are going to be built one by one through out 2013 and with the help of a few PAB orders.
Before we start: I know I have a lot of rescue rigs or rigs with foam and that is because Harrisonville protects over 200 industrial clients and bushiness parks.
From Left To Right:
Support 1: 2011 International Durastar/Utilimaster/Odyssey - carries extra gear, rehab supplies, traffic supplies, etc. Inspired by Toronto EMS ESU 7 (I love Toronto EMS because 1, they have great units and 2, I'm part Canadian)
Maintenance 1: 1980 GMC 7000/Altec bucket truck - used to maintain our apparatus and fire alarms through out the city; carries tools, welders, jacks, etc. Also can respond to fires as an aerial.
Engine 3: 2012 Freightliner M2-106/Pierce - 1500 GPM, 500 Gallons of Water, 250 Gallons of Class A, and 250 Gallons of Dry Chemical. Inspired by PBCFR Engine 41.
Rescue 1: 2012 Freightliner M2-106/Pierce - Carries a wide variety of gear. Inspired by PBCFR Tactical 34
Rescue 2: 2012 Ford F-550/Swab Mini Rescue - Carries 2 sets of Hurst extrication gear and has an SCBA refilling station; responds to MVAs. Inspired by Galveston, Indiana's Rescue 51.
Engine 4: 1976 GMC 7000/American Eagle Midi-Pumper - 750 GPM, 750 Gallons of Water and 50 Gallons of Class A Foam. Might be re-named Brush 2.
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This will be my last post for a while because I'm moving to a new house.
Quoting Paulo Rodriguez
ugh, PaB, scamming people out of their money for bricks! :D Nice looking rigs, but they are never final, never! I always though that, but every now and then, I revisit my trucks.
Thanks Paulo! I do the same thing with my rigs, they are always changing in some way