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Fire Rescue Police Model Discussion / Re: 1970 Chevrolet Suburban Stoner ambulance
« Last post by RichK on August 19, 2018, 07:32:31 AM »
It is 1:43 scale. I have the window treatment and license plates ready for my next decal sheet. They should hit about the same time. The Emergency rig did not have tunnel lights on the front, it had twin beacons and a B&M siren. The beacons are available, and some close enough sirens. The side high roof had a single red light on the Emergency rig, instead of the twin scene lights. So in order to do the correct Emergency rig, you will have to strip and do some body work. Not all that hard for the experienced modeler. You can use FRR parts for the front cowl lights and rear loading lights as well. My sample does not have a stretcher, I do not know if the production piece will, but I assume so. Overall, this model is quite stunning. I can find no flaws in the paint, and fit and finish is about as good as you can get. Mine suffered a broken mirror, when the front came off of the mounting base in transit. It was an easy fix. Notice the four bulbs in the rotator. They did not miss much, and seemed to capture everything from the real rig. There will be another version following this one.
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Fire Rescue Police Model Discussion / 1970 Chevrolet Suburban Stoner ambulance
« Last post by RichK on August 18, 2018, 09:17:58 AM »
Made famous in the TV show Emergency, Neo has announced plans to release a 1970 Chevrolet Suburban ambulance built by Stoner. This is a stunning model, sure to sell out very quickly. It will be available from your favorite retailer this fall. I will post some detail photos soon.
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Fire Rescue Police Model Discussion / New model ambulance campaign
« Last post by RichK on August 16, 2018, 07:06:18 AM »
Let the manufacturers know that you would like to see a new ambulance model in 1:64 scale.
RBI MotorMax Maurice Chan sales@rbitoys.com
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Police Model Showcase / Pennsylvania State Police Explorer
« Last post by Sirentoys on August 12, 2018, 07:31:56 AM »
Well, I finally got this done.  A couple repaints, work and having to learn how to remove the push bars but I got it done.

Decals are In Quarters as is the light bar.  I used the Crown Victoria wheels since I am not a fan of the hot rod 5 spokes GL uses on their police cars.

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Fire Rescue Police Model Discussion / Re: Decal interest
« Last post by Steve on August 06, 2018, 12:39:33 PM »
I think Newark FD is a nice idea as well. There are several variations.
For EMS. West Overland Ambulance looks cool.
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Fire Rescue Police Model Discussion / Re: Decal interest
« Last post by Sirentoys on August 02, 2018, 08:21:56 PM »
I Posted over at the other page too.

Fire: Newark NJ since there are a lot of variations that can be done
EMS Pittsburgh

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Fire Rescue Police Model Discussion / Decal interest
« Last post by RichK on August 02, 2018, 06:58:53 AM »
InQuarters is doing a survey, to see where interests are these days. I want to see if an all new 1:64 scale decal sheet would sell. Please let me know what the top fire agency, and the top EMS agency are that you would like to see offered. A two word reply is all that I need. Just the one fire agency, and the one EMS agency. No guarantee that they will be printed, but just want to see where the interest lies. Thanks. Rich
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Fire And Rescue Model Showcase / Re: Freightliner M2 Hotshots Crew Carrier USFS
« Last post by JoeO on July 30, 2018, 05:04:28 AM »
Nice job on the build
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That looks great!  I built one modeled after on at LA County Fire Department.  Maybe they'll both fight a 1/64 scale forest fire together one day.
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Mike, how about a 6 month update?
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