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The Wolf Canyon Fire Department personnel had longed for the opportunity to have in its service a new rescue vehicle, but being a volunteer organization with quite limited funding, cost was a major drawback. When a used, but in very good condition, Maisto 1:18 scale Jeep Rescue Concept came their way from a local thrift shop, the solution was to have its problems corrected by an old school body shop. The passenger side door panel needed replacing as well as the passenger side view mirror and assembly. On the roof, the missing normal canvas covering was replaced by a clear sun roof. The real work was the reconstruction of an entire back bumper and its various components. In addition, the third row seating was removed to add some cargo space in the back. Finally, "JEEP" was highlighted in black on the tailgate. The Department is so glad to now have this workhorse vehicle.