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  1. Here a few pictures of the almost finished radio controlled scale model of a Mack CF Aerialscope.
  2. Send you a pm about the Aerialscope, I hope that you can and want to help me to finish my scale model Aerialscope.
  3. No thanks, I already have a friend who will make me a special decalsheet in 1:14 scale with all the logo's and many extra 's I found on the Internet like the Baker nameplate and the Aerialscope sign on the boom. The only thing I need is some one who can get me in to contact with a F.D. who still operates a Mack CF Aerialscope so I can have the typical engine sound recorded.
  4. A friend in a Fire Department helped me and recorded the sound of their Mack pumper. Allthough I'm pleased with the clean recording and it is usable, I doubt if it is the genuine MACK CF sound. If I compair the recorded sound with the sound of a Mack Aerialscope on Youtube I hear a great difference. What is your opinion, shall I use it or should I try to get the "real" sound. http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=ah7WYaFn3uI&...feature=related
  5. The Scale model of the ''71 Mack CF Aerialscope has been painted red. Since several parts will be chromed I'm preparing to make a decal sheet for the cab and the boom. I urgently need two good pictures; -one of the CF 600 type plate under the bucket seat window. -and a good sharp photo of the Aerialscope "75 sign that was mounted on the boom. Who can help me or can bring me in to contact with a Mack owner who can help me. Fred
  6. Work is going on, and the Mack tower ladder is now painted red. It is the first coat, and it will be polished before I will put on a second layer. Still need some help with several details: - close-up pictures of the dashboard, to make proper decals. - the nameplate of Aerialscope "75 on the boom - recorded original Mack engine sounds, starting, running idle, speeding up, and with the PTO switched on the operate the boom. Who can help me, or knows a Mack CF Aerialscope nearby and is willing to take some pictures.
  7. Thanks, that is a nice truck. This weekend there was a big Mack Event here in Holland. There were several Mack trucks, B, F and even older types. Unfortunatly no CF fire truck, but I managed to take some pictures of the Mack logo on the Hubcaps, the engine hood etc. I need these to make the decals If you can help me out with more pictures I would appriciate that very much. I need close up shots of warning signs, instructions, and instrumentpanels to make proper decals.
  8. I'm a dutch professional fire fighter and as an hobby I make scale models of (mostly) american fire trucks. Currently I'm working on a big scale ( 1:14) radio controlled Mack CF, with a Baker Aerialscope. This will be a model based on the early 70's New York 75" Tower Ladders. On this forum I hope to find extra information on Mack fire trucks. To make decals I need clear photo's of the Mack logo's on the Cab, the CF600 letters and so on. The model will be outfitted with a sound print that will record original sounds. So who can record the engine sound of a Mack CF, starting, running idle, speeding up, and shutting off. Is there anyone on this forum who owns a Mack CF Aerialscope ? Thanks for any help, Fred The 1:14 scale model next to a 1:64 Code 3 scale model.
  9. I'm a dutch professional fire fighter and as an hobby I make scale models of (mostly) american fire trucks. I found this site because I have several scratchbuild models of Mack CF's in FDNY version. Currently I'm working on a big scale ( 1:14) radio controlled Mack CF, with a Baker Aerialscope. This will be a model based on the early 70's New York 75" Tower Ladders. On this forum I hope to find extra information on Mack trucks, and then especially fire trucks. I'm looking for nice clean photo's of logo's and name plates on the fire trucks to have the decals made and the original enginen sounds of a Mack CF. This is the model in progress. Fred
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