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About this creation
(MAIN PICTURE) 2010 Ferrara Ignitor Tanker
2010 Pierce Velocity Pumper-Rescue
2010 Spartan Gladiator Medium-Duty Rescue
2010 Spartan Furion Engine
2010 Spartan Furion Ambulance
2010 Pierce Velocity Heavy Rescue
2010 KME Predator Rescue-Pumper
2009 Pierce Impel HAZMAT
Late 1900's Mack R Rescue
I'am having a difficult time picking what Mt. Lego receive for Mt. Lego Fire Company. This one of the few times you guys will be able to choose what you would like to see from Mt. Lego! Pick any of your 2 favorite Appartatus' on the page and leave it in the comments below.
I vote for the 2010 KME Predator Rescue-Pumper. But I want to see it in the color scheme of the 2009 Pierce Impel HAZMAT. I like the white with green -but you probably already knew that from my Brickshelf page. http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=241079
I like how you use LDD to come up with different ideas. I think that this is a good tool. I still have reservations about people posting fleets of trucks that are only drawings. I understand that Lego is expensive and that many builders have limited budgets. But Lego is plastic, not technology.
I guess that I am really old school. I actually have minifigs that are 29 years old. Yes, my first Lego firefighters have done their 20 years and now are retired. My kids don't understand why they cannot play with them.
Drawing and designing with LDD is nice. But nothing beats doing it in bricks. I know with you that whichever truck you chose to build in bricks will look great. Keep up the good work!
October 21, 2010
What does your department need?
How many Engines?
How many Trucks?
Do you have Proper EMS coverage?
Do You need a dedicated Rescue?
Or a Rescue Engine.?