1946 fire/rescue power wagon

1946 fire/rescue power wagon

Final Build Photos

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Submitted By
Andrew Mawn
St.Mary’s , Pa, United States of America
Build Information
Readers Ride Title 1946 fire/rescue power wagon
Vehicle Class Scale, Rock Crawler
Chassis Brand Red Cat Racing
Chassis Model Gen7
Body Brand Pro-Line
Body Model 1946 Dodge Power Wagon
Power System Electric
Electric Motor Brand and Model Rc4wd Crawler motor
Speed Control Brand and Model Hobbywing / Hexfly
Battery Brand and Model ZEEE Power / 5200mah / 50c / 7.4v / 2cell
Wheels and Tires Brand and Model 1.9×4.75 / proline / BF Goodrich Mudterrain KM3
Paint Brand and Model Tamiya fluorescent red
Tamiya black
Graphics Brand and Model Custom
Scale Accessories Brand and Model Yeah racing
Scale by Chris
Rc4wd
Light System Brand and Model Lafeina
Redcat
Radio System Brand and Model Fly-Sky gt3b
Sound System Brand and Model Sense Technologies-ESS Dual
Further Description/Back Story I wanted to build something that worked with what I had and would be a continuous project. My father is in the fire dept. and I love being around the trucks and guys down there. When I first got into rc cars I didn’t do any customizations or anything I just drove them for fun. When I got my first crawler which was a Gen 7 from Redcat I enjoyed it more than any fast car but the look quickly grew away from me so I decided to customize it how I wanted. After countless hours of research I decided the model and theme of the car. After I got the body and beginning parts and got to work. I fell deeply in love with the project and couldn’t stop thinking of new stuff to add during the day. I spent every hour possible working on it and I’m proud with the outcome and I hope to continue adding or even making a new one in the future.

Build Process Photos

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