This is the Loveland Fire Rescue Authority Tower 6. It is a Pierce 100ft Rear Mount Platform on a Arrow XT Chassis. This one is headed to a firefighter in Loveland.
This is Chicago Engine 73 rig that was taken out of front line service this year. I was asked by one of the firefighters to build the rig for one of there own that is retiring this year. I believe it is a 2004 Spartan chassis with a Crimson body.
I was asked to build a rescue truck for one of the Brighton firefighters. Since Brighton does not have a Rescue, he designed his own. This is based on a Pierce Velocity chassis with a tandem non-walk in body
This 85′ Mid Mounted Platform was built for the Chief of the Kensington Volunteer Fire Dept. in Connecticut. It is based on a Pierce Quantum chassis.
First attempt at an Excavator. The model is over 30″ in length, 7″ wide and 7″ in height at the cab. There are over 500 pieces in the tracks.
This truck is owned by the Pleasant View Fire District here in Colorado. I built this for one of the retired firefighters.
An Ambulance for the EMS Chief in Brighton. This is one of the current rigs on the street.
This one is Brighton Fire’s 1915 Republic. The Department bought it as a second fire truck sometime in the late 1920’s.
I was asked to build a truck for the Fire Chief of the Frederick / Firestone Fire District who is retiring this year. It is a 2017 Pierce Saber and will be going into service soon.
Sometimes things are out of our control and we have to deal with the outcome. This was a truck that was sent up to Canada and did not survive the journey. I was able to fix the truck and we have found a better way to ship preventing this in the future.