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This is the place to post your entries! ;-) Please note that anything that's not an entry shall be deleted. |-/

When entering, please specify which category you're entering. ;-)

For more info, check out the discussion thread here, and please keep this thread clean and put comments in the other thread, mkay? ;-)

Deadline October 5th.

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Here's one I prepared earlier, while sorting pile of red bricks one night.

Entry is for the Engines category.

It's 6 wide at the cab and 7 wide on the back, with a 9V light and sound system.

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Hello,

here is my entry for the Engines category:

It's a truck inspired to the Bedfored - 1939 you see on the right (a model from a model :-P )

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Sorry for the not-so-good quality of the pics: it's a very old MOC (about 10 years ago) and I had to scan the photos.

If I've time, I'll try to build something new for one of the other categories later on.

See you.

LuxorV

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My entries:

Engine:

Engine 16/25

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ARFF:

Panther

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That's it! Now vote for me ;-)

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Hi all, this is my MOCs fire truck....I am trying to MOC as close to the dennis fire pumper.......

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The Cab is big enough for 3 fire fighter and a fire pumper operator....

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Left Side of the pumper stores equipment like jaws of life, metal saw etc.....compartment_1.jpg

Right Side of the pumper stores fire figther breathing equipments and an generator to re-store the breathing equipment. It also store nozzle and search light....compartment_2.jpg

View the fire personals of the fire pumper.....

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*wub*

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A few pieces of apparatus from New Brickton Fire/Rescue. New Brickton Fire operates a total of 14 Engines, 3 Squad Engines, 5 Ladders, 1 Rescue, 1 Haz-Mat, 1 Crash Truck, out of 3 Battalions.

Tower 1

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Engine 11

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Engine 8(Airport)

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Paul

New Brickton Fire/Rescue

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I herewith submit my candidature! I posted this before, but sadly not in the official entries thread, so here it is:

The firetruck I am entering is a model I made some time ago shortly after the release of the new Firestation and has been discussed here on Eurobricks in this thread.

It is, although equipped with a ladder, still a regular firetruck as used by the firedepartment in my homecity of Amsterdam Holland.

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May the best firetrucker win! :-)

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here is mine I made a while back:

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there isn't anything special really though it does have a tray of equipment hat comes out of a door at the back. It was my first ever attempt at a fire engine so it's not bad ;-)

everyone elses are looking great!

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This is my Engine that has slowly evolved over the last 4 years. I haven't collected all the needed pieces to build a real one yet, so I'm entering my renders of it. Built in MLCad and rendered in Lightwave 3D 9.

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Well.... Since Uniquebuilder stated that there is a laddertruck shortage at the moment.... I though I might as well throw in my "ladder".

It is not exactly minifig scale (slightly bigger) but it is the only ladder-vehicle I have and it is something different from all other ladder entries. Here it is, my Messerschmitt-ladder:

Messerschmittcars like this one actually excist.... X-D

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Here is my entry for the ARFF category:

Rosenbauer Titan from 1987

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Pictures of what's under the skirts, tools, interior, suspension, doors and the water canon in action will be shown later once I have the text, airport and pictures finished... which will be after I have had some dinner :-P

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Forgot to take new pictures... thats life.

Heres the stuff.

The Engine:

2006 Pierce Dash 2000/500 Rescue Engine.

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The ladder:

2007/1990 Mack CF/ 95' Baker / Seagrave rebuild.

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The ARFF

2006/1990 Amertek MACI/ Pierce refit.

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Additional pictures are available at www.nlcfire.com , go to the sneak peek section.

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Finally! :-$

Engine Category:

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Engine 3, Seagrave Commander

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A few brave men at work! :'-)

Ladder Category:

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Ladder 1, Pierce Dash 100 ft rearmount

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The stick in action:

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ARFF Category:

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Airport 1, Oshkosh T3000 Crash truck

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That's it! :-) And as always, vote Unique and get a free cookie! ;-)

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