The XT-FE 70, is a MASSIVE addition to any BRIGADE. This FUTURE style is what any LEGO CITY needs.
About this creation
The XT-FE 70, or X-TREME FIRE EATER, is a futuristic idea of what I think my LEGO CITY needs. I spent many hours building and designing this TRUCK. At one point, it was a basic 4 wide with the small basic tires. But I wanted more of a mini-fig scale and I love to build in the 8 WIDE concept. It's 43 studs long and approx 600 pieces, (AND I mean approx). I still think I need to ADD more HOSES to the FOAM BLASTER, but I'm cut off from BRICKLINK or any ordering. The girlfriend needs a RING.
Anyways, I hope you ENJOY my idea of a FIRE TRUCK. BTW, if any real FIREFIGHTER can tell me what chems could be used in something like this, I would love the feedback.
Take care of yourselves and your LEGO,
SIDE PROFILE, this shows the MAGNITUDE of the XT-FE 70.
Detail close angle shot.
Front half of the MASSIVE XT-FE 70.
Rear half of the MASSIVE XT-FE 70.
Just a COOL angle shoot.
The front bumper is huge.
Drivers cockpit with 2 access windscreens.
The HORNS and LIGHTS.
OVERHEAD access for the crew.
The crew seated.
The FOAM BLASTER system and components.
Riding on the back........
......old school style.
A rear shot.
MASSIVE bumper. Another great design of mine.
Rear controls for the FOAM BLASTER.
The FOAM BLASTER. Some type of chemicals mixed together to produce a FOAM able to extinguish ANY type of fire. Pressure of 700 PSI, don't get in the way.
The FOAM BLASTER fully extended.
Back inside without base of FOAM BLASTER.
The equipment fits perfectly.
Easy access control panel to run the FOAM BLASTER remotely.
Interior PC for all access. SHOTGUN needed for door locks.
A couple action shots.
The crew and equipment, it ALL fits in the XT-FE 70.
I would say I'm at lack of words, but then I wouldn't be posting in the first place. That is astounding, spectacular, almost beyond description! If I'm right, it's about 2 2/3 inches wide, and 14 1/3 inches long. That's pretty big! Great job on this! Oh, and though I'm not a firefighteer, this, http://www.fire-extinguisher101.com/agents.html might help you out with your chemical problem.