This is Engine 2 of the Stud County Volunteer Fire Department. It is a 1996 International 4900 / E-One commercial pumper. It is the first six-wide International 4900 on MOCpages, and I am very pleased with my design. It is stationed at Station 2, which covers the small town of Brick Pass, which is located 6 1/2 miles East of Brickton Central and 7 miles South of NorBrick. The majority of the station's calls are medicals and brush fires, although sometimes MVAs and structure fire occur. This truck has a 1250 GPM pump, a 1000 gallon tank, BLS medical gear, a hard suction hose, brush fire gear, and plenty of hoses. It will be purchased in a 2-3 years hopefully.
About this creation
Here you can see the unbuilt ladder which is due to LDD. It attaches onto the bricks on the side of the truck.
Quoting BrickCity101 11
Awesome work dcatch 1! This is the best International 4900 design I've ever seen! Would it be okay if I use the cab design for a rig I'm gonna make? I promise I'll give you credit.
Sure! It's the best because I'm sure it's the only one you've ever seen haha