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London Fire Engine . A Fire Engine as used by the London Fire Brigade in the UK. . Well after some time planning, here is my Fire Engine, as used by the London Fire Brigade. I don't really know alot about Fire Engines but all I can say is that this is based on a 2003/4 Mercedes Atego. This has probably been one of my most challenging models yet as I decided on building this as a 7 wide. It can seat comfortably 4 minifigs. It has many features and you will see these in detail over the next few pictures. Room for 4 crew. They have to wear their flat caps in the crew cab, but not to worry, their helmets are stored safely in a locker on the truck. Opening lockers. And more opening lockers. A hose is stored on the roof just under the ladder. Below it is attached to a tap on the Fire Engine. The other end would be attached to a fire hydrant. The fire crew and their equipment. There is: Extendable ladder Roof ladder Chainsaw Hammer Fire axe Disc-cutter Broom Torch Radio Breathing apparatus Hose. There is also a retractable hose fixed in the first locker on the passenger side. A few building notes: Every part used (apart from the stickers) is 100% genuine Lego. The windscreen is the glass from a patio window. It is held in place by a Lego Technic rubber band looped over 4 1x1 clips. Actually it's the same pane of glass used in the patio window that was the windscreen for my MAN TG-X 8x4 (XXL) Truck. With the frame it fits an 8 wide and without it fits a 7 wide, bit of a handy tip there. The only headache comes in working out how it is going to be attached. The blue beacons are Lego "Light and Sound" covers. The rubber hose is a Lego pneumatic hose. For the stickers I used a printable adhesive backed transparent plastic sheet for the warning stripes and normal A4 adhesive label sheet for the rest. I wanted to use the plastic sheets for all the stickers but I had problems with printing a white colour on them (basically my printer doesn't print in white). This meant normal adhesive label paper had to be used, not ideal but there you go. Anyway I hope you enjoyed looking at this MOC. Please comment and rate.

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