The police station every cop has dreamed about. It can be driven right out to the hot spots of the country making the jobs of the police men much easier.
The trunk is in the front and the wing-doors are standard on most of my trucks.
he engine is an E12. Notice the gray wheel in the top of the picture, it goes down and makes contact with the larger gray one in the middle so you can steer it from the top.
You can also steer the truck from the flat wheel The "wings" can be turned onto the sides to create more room for larger trailers.
Notice the propeller shaft with the universal joints, it is actually a steering axle, which creates connection to the steering wheel of the trailer.
On the end of the truck there is another trailer coupling. It is a standard coupling for my trucks and can be hidden (as shown) when not used.
The back of the trailer when closed -
when opened, it gives access directly to the garage.
The garage contains 6 motocykles.
The Police Station. There is a prison cell in the far end.
The trailer rests on 10 wheels. Small, effective, and hidden.
Because of the height, I couldn't just use a standard technic axle to connect the truck's trailer coupling to the wheel on the roof of the trailer, so I came up with this.
With the trailer on, it can be steered by the wheel on the top of the trailer.
This is so cool I love the way you designed it you did a great job I realy like how you used the trailer space you know a little station , a cell, and you can store vehicals. The cab is also very cool how the doors and trunk open great job.
this is an awesome truck. It's a great and well-executed idea. The station part of it seams a bit cramped, but it would be great for emergency deployments and such. I especially like the temporary jail as a means of holding prisoners.
Again, Great Job!
I like it
September 12, 2004
Sweet! My on;y complaint would be that it's way too big for minifig scale. It's a monster!