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  1. Hi all, this is my second take on this iconic truck of the seventies, see http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=60500 Because of the Jumbo Jets larger and more powerful Crash Tenders were needed also on European airports. One of the monsters of that time is this 8x8 ARFF, built on a Faun base with coachwork and firefighting equipment by Metz, propelled by a tank motor with 1.000 HP. The truck is very known in Germany because of the famous die-cast model by SIKU, which was owned by many German boys. The original model has been overworked several times, but as a 10w vehicle it was much too wide for the actual purposes. And since airport stuff becomes more important with the LCS and moving planes on an airfield it was the right time to rebuild the Faun. Some specs: 8w, equipped with a 9 Volt Light & Sound battery box and three flashing blue lights. Fits two whole firefigs with helmets. 100% Lego. Another perspective: The 9 Volt battery box can be taken off to change the battery: First pic is courtesy of Martin Bopp, whom I owe a big thank. Thanks for looking!