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Liberty County Fire Department (FDLC) Engine 23 is a 2011 Pierce Arrow XT. This engine is stationed at Station 23 in Mattropolis. It is the busiest engine in the FDLC.

This is the first engine in a new fire department I am starting using small wheels... Yes you read that correct, small wheels. I will not be abandoning large wheels though, Jakeland and Rochelle Heights will remain unchanged and will be completely separate from Liberty County. For more information about the FDLC go to the new website that is still very much under construction.
http://fdlibertycounty.weebly.com/



Comments

  March 27, 2015
I like the front bumper design. How did you do the elbow on the front intake? And what did you use for the hose?
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  March 27, 2015
Quoting T.J. Brammer Awesome XT Matt! I like it, especially the hoses. Do you mind if I put the website on my website?
I dont mind, go right ahead.
  March 27, 2015
Very nice rig! Decal work is fantastic, and love the front bumper intake! Great job!
Matt Jacobsen
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  March 26, 2015
Very nice model, with a good balance of stickers and brick-built details.
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  March 26, 2015
Hey Matt! This is a great truck!! I really love the front intake/discharge!!!!! If possible, could you tell me how to do that??
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  March 26, 2015
Awesome XT Matt! I like it, especially the hoses. Do you mind if I put the website on my website?
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  March 26, 2015
Awesome pumper. I'm excited to see you using small wheels. I love the color scheme on this truck. Keep up the great work:D
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  March 26, 2015
Fantastic rig, very well designed and detailed. Keep up the great work.
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  March 26, 2015
Quoting Scotty Jones a well designed pumper that is awesome. will you make a website for the company
I have a website under construction for this new dept. http://fdlibertycounty.weebly.com/
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  March 26, 2015
Quoting Jon D Fantastic looking engine Matt! The decals are top notch as well! Question, how hard was it for you to build this rig since all your other rigs are on a larger scale?
It was harder than I thought it would be. The real challenge was the body with the cabinets. I wanted all the cabinets to be able to store equipment. But at the same time I wanted the SNOT between the pump and the body and the rear of the body so that was a little challenge but it worked out very well. Thanks for the comment!
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  March 25, 2015
a well designed pumper that is awesome. will you make a website for the company
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  March 25, 2015
I absolutely love the details on this rig! Well done!
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  March 25, 2015
Fantastic looking engine Matt! The decals are top notch as well! Question, how hard was it for you to build this rig since all your other rigs are on a larger scale?
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  March 25, 2015
This is a nice looking engine. Its cool that you are trying a new style for this department, and I can't wait to see more of it.
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  March 25, 2015
Excellent engine Matt! Looking forward the the FDLC! Are those fruit rollups for the hoses?? ;)
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  March 25, 2015
I really love all the details you managed to put in to this truck, nice to see what it looks like when Matt builds with smaller wheels. The mirrors are my favorite part, along with the decals, top notch work my friend!
 
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