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2007 Police HQ . . This creation has been under its way for more than 2 years now. It replaces the old mobile police station, which had very little interior room. I wanted to make a new HQ which utilizes the container system as seen in the mobile crane. The first prototype had a unibody design with the station at ground level between the wheels. It solved a lot of the space issues, but I just didn't really like it. A lot of experimenting went on with a new front and I can now present the new police head quarters. The police station has been moved to the container There's a removable holding cell in the rear, the "container" can of course be taken off and replaced with any other such container from the other trucks, The engine is a basic V12, while the steering system uses the double steering rag for optimal turning diameter. The interior has details such as pedals at the floor (although it's pretty hard to see in this picture) and there are details like a tool box in the side of the truck. The locks are opened and supports are pulled out. The two halves of the station follow and the middle roofs are tipped up. The ends on the roofs are turned out as well and... suddenly we have a 24 stud wide and 50 stud long police HQ The main entrance is using a lift, but you can also escape through the roof The whole police force The interior had to be made so that it can fold in and leave space for the roof when on the move. There are 8 rooms and a briefing room in the middle. Mission control, armory, kitchen and a reception in one side Lost and found (You can see the board for the briefing room in the picture), sleeping room, laboratory and interrogation room, which doubles as the place where mug shots are taken, on the other side of the station Other versions


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