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    Talking New Rescue Engines nearing completion

    Well, after a long process and alot of hard work, our two new rescue/engines are nearing completion. We hope to take delivery within the next 4-5 weeks. They are E-One Cyclone II chassis with Saulsbury bodies.

    For anybody that is interested, there are various photos at different stages of completion on our website.

    Click here to view the pictures

    Any feedback/comments are welcome.
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    Congratulations, You and your people did a great job. I can see you have a lot of pride in your department. Thanks for sharing these photos with us. Keep up the great work

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    Who's more excited... you or me?

    They're looking terrific.

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    Originally posted by Resq14
    Who's more excited... you or me?
    LOL!! I'm not sure!!

    I think that I will be more excited once they are actually delivered and in service.
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    Wow looking good!

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    Additional pics have been posted to include some of the striping that has been installed.

    Click Here!

    I'm starting to get excited!!!
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    The shot of the web address on the roll-up door will be good for any future "what do you think of advertising your dept's web site on your trucks" posts.

    And is that black Scotchlite reflective striping I see? Look sharp... or being from Maine, rather, 'Shahhhhhhhp.'

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