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A CAD design of Steam Fire Engine . . A CAD design of Steam Fire Engine This CAD design is based on an American Fire Engine Company's Metropolitan Fire Pumper. The Metropolitan model Horse Drawn Steam Fire Engine was the largest model pumper made by American Fire Engine Company, and was made from 1898 to 1904. In 1903 the LaFrance Fire Engine Company joined with the American Fire Engine Company to become the American LaFrance Fire Engine Company. The finished MOC Old Fire Engine Number 1 More information below these photos NEW!! Second version (actually rev3.5) An actual Metropolitan Fire Pumper This CAD design is to create an Old Steam Fire Engine No. 1 to go with the my Old Central Fire Station. I looked at horse drawn hand pumps, they just didn't interest me. I decided instead to work on a horse drawn steam fire engine. I know of a few MOCs of steam fire engines; Lego Fire Museum Inc.'s 1888 Clapp and Jones First Size Steam Fire Engine, Josh Baakko's 1880's Steam Fire Engine, and Greg Nation's Horse Drawn Steam Fire Engine (Early 1900's). Each of the horse collars will be made with 2 Light Bley 4696b Pneumatic T Pieces and black pneumatic tubing. Black heavier sting for the horse traces from the horse collars to the singletrees, lighter brown sting for the reins, and bell pull. And I'll create a pair of "1" stickers, and add some gold pin stripping. There is one "legal" LEGO problem, do you see it? I have trial built most of the this and have ordered the "color-parts" I am missing. Well, what do you'll think? The Home of Republic of Texas Navy in LEGOs is right here on MOCpages. enjoy kurt Notes:RTS - Republic of Texas ShipRTN - Republic of Texas NavyLNA - Lego Naval Architect

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