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City Fire Unit M-1 - Ambulance . Ambulance . Here it is! A 6/7 stud-wide ambulance for the BCFRS. The different colors are to indicate that this unit is part of the medic division, not the rescue division, unlike medic 2. It is also why this unit has the distinction of being Unit M-1, while medic 2 is just standardly numbered. As for the rig itself, this 2018 Freightliner has been in storage while I fixed up the hood a bit and cleaned up its design. The black paint adds a nice contrast, and this ambulance is larger, even then the Saviour class fictional ambulance I made due to its width. Don't mind the faceless minifig, he's just there for the scale comparison. The rear doors are asymmetrical, slightly annoyingly, just due to the truck width, but aside from them and a few striping errors, I think it looks quite well, and will hopefully be joined soon by others.

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