This is the second Racine Fire truck this month. This is their Truck 1. It is a 100ft Tower on a Pierce Dash CF Cahssis.
This is a version that is meant to be pushed around the house by a future firefighter. It is based on the Racine Fire Department Engine 2.
This is Loveland Fire’s Tower 6. It is on a Pierce Arrow XT Chassis and it is a 100ft Rear Mount Platform.
This one is based on Volvo’s EC750e excavator. We have been asked by Volvo to build 3 rigs and this one is the first. There are over 1,500 pieces on this one. It measures 32″ long, 10 1/2″ wide and 13″ tall.
This is Loveland Engine 5. It is on a Pierce Quantum chassis and was built for one of their firefighters.
We were asked to build a Tiller, but designed for the Brighton Fire Rescue District. It is based on a 2012 Seagrave 100ft Tiller that have been delivered to the FDNY.
This engine spent time as a front line engine for the Loveland Fire Authority here in Colorado. It is a Mack CF600 pumper and is now part of the Loveland Fire’s Museum.
Another La County Fire Engine 51. This one is headed to a retired firefighter in Louisiana. It based upon Engine 51 from the TV Show Emergency.
Another Brighton Fire truck, this one is currently assigned as Truck 53 for the Fire District. It is built on a Spartan chassis and has Smeal body work and a 75′ aerial.
During the 1970’s this was the most popular fire truck seen on TV. It comes from the TV Show “Emergency” and they ran from LA County Station #51. For a good portion of the show there used an engine built by Ward LaFrance. This is our version of this truck.