Over 400 hand-crafted parts.
Each individually designed, cast or fabricated part is hand-assembled using tweezers, glue-filled syringes, and a steady hand. Materials are chosen to replicate each feature accurately and include stainless steel, high-def resin, brass, wire, rubber and other composites.
Station number decal sheet included.
Each Columbus Engine includes a station number decal sheet to allow for full customization. Station number locations include cab roof, front bumper, crew doors, and rear rollup door.
The first museum grade Sutphen engine.
Countless hours of design, proofing, and improvements make this replica museum grade, from the stainless steel grill and detailed pump panel features, to the individual lenses on each scene light.
Extremely limited availability.
Total production of this Columbus Engine is limited to 250 units, of which 150 have already been sold. Fire Replicas are designed with the elite collector in mind, and manufactured in limited quantities to enhance future value.
Fully custom presentation.
The replica measures 8"L x 2.5"W x 2.5"T and is securely displayed inside a custom case. The case dimensions are 12"L x 6"W x 5.25"T and the platform includes an etched stainless steel nameplate with the Columbus seal, department and truck name.
Order online or call 1.800.481.2450
This Columbus Division of Fire Sutphen Monarch Engine scale model is a museum grade replica. Like all Fire Replicas models, every detail is modeled to perfection and with razor sharp precision. The replica features the specific department configuration and graphics, leaving no detail overlooked. The display case is custom manufactured with high quality acrylic and resin. The stainless steel etched plate features the department and truck name, and department seal. This replica is a treasure to be displayed and admired and is in no way a toy.
This is not a toy and not suitable for children under the age of 14. This highly detailed scale model contains small, intricate pieces that may present a choking hazard.
CHASSIS: Sutphen 73” with 10” raised roof
The Columbus Division of Fire is responsible for assuring the efficient and effective deployment of firefighting and emergency resources to the City of Columbus. In 2012, the Columbus Division of Fire was awarded for the second time accredited status by the Commission of Fire Accreditation International through the Center of Public Safety Excellence.
The mission is simple, to serve the City of Columbus by preventing emergencies through education and inspection. The goal is to minimize injury, death and property destruction due to fire, natural disaster and other emergencies while providing timely and effective emergency medical services. Currently, the Division of Fire responds to over 150,000 calls per year within 399 square miles.
Additional services provided to the community include resources such as fire inspections, fire and explosives investigations, fire prevention education, hazardous materials and technical rescue response. The Division’s community involvement extends beyond those emergent services to include partnerships that distribute coats and toys for kids, youth development, and public CPR training.
The Mission of Columbus Division of Fire - Our mission as the Columbus Division of Fire is to serve our community by:
The Values of Columbus Division of Fire - In order to accomplish our mission, the members of the Columbus Division of Fire, use the following values to guide our actions:
I was skeptical at first of what this was going to be until I saw a prototype at the firehouse expo in Nashville. Then I couldn't wait to get mine after being preordered for some time. Not only does the truck have the small details but they are clear and you can tell what they are. This is truly museum quality and any serious collector,should have one. Scott on 7th Mar 2017
The Columbus Fire Sutphen Monarch Engine was breath-taking! When I opened the box and looked at the truck I was very pleased at the detail and workmanship of the truck. My Department, Teaneck New Jersey Fire Rescue, has two Sutphen tower ladders and one Sutphen engine. No one has very produced a Sutphen truck before. Now I have one. Thank you for the beautiful engine. It is a master piece! Richard Silvia on 7th Mar 2017
It's all in the details, and there are many. From the realistic pump panel to what appears to be a hitch receiver under the back step. A magnifying glass is needed to appreciate the fine detail. Each time I examine the truck, new highlights are revealed. For me, it is one of the best fire truck models I have seen. Having visited both Columbus, and the Sutphen factory, this one is special. Keep up the great work Nick. Kevin on 7th Mar 2017
I am thoroughly impressed with the exacting detail of these Columbus Engines. My memories working there are excellent and this is a nice reminder on my shelf everyday. I've done a unique numbering on the doors. One door is 3 and one is 24. These were my two favorite engine assignments. I was blessed to be on the CFD and Fire Replicas simply did an outstanding job on recreating a Beautiful Engine. I hope they do a CFD ladder now!! Sean Harshaw on 6th Mar 2017
I'm truly amazed at the level of detail in this product! This was well worth the wait, & money. I numbered mine 23, as I am the assigned lieutenant on 2 unit, Engine 23!
I'm hoping in the future, to see a Columbus Ladder company modeled in either the Sutphen SPH Tower, or the Pierce Arrow XT Tiller.
Again, this is truly an awesome replica of the real rig! Thank you Fire Replica's for the great product & service! Lt. J.A. Leffe on 6th Mar 2017
I like the truck and the detail, and the ability to put my engine number on it. However, I was surprised at the small size of it...
thank you for the Columbus truck, looking forward to a Columbus ladder and rescue Unknown on 6th Mar 2017
Something about a Bright Red Fire Truck. A very tough looking Sutphen. Love the red painted bumper and details.
Paint and details are flawless. The photo-etched grille detail is perfect. The mirrors and other painted silver parts have more of a gloss appearance than previous models. Roll-up door open/close lever detail is the best I've ever seen. The front & rear spot lights, brow light & flood lights have clear lens. The 24' extension ladder has a realistic halyard. Two antennas.
Fire Replicas did not miss anything. Columbus Fire Sutphen Monarch Engine is Awesome!
My favorite so far. Very nice! Jim on 6th Mar 2017
The detail on this model is so realistic. I have driven by the Sutphen manufacturing facility west of Columbus many times, anxious to see the latest engine sitting outside. Now I have an exact miniature version to look at every day. Keep up the unique and highly detailed products. Rodney Rickert on 5th Mar 2017
I got mine and opened it expecting no less than another great piece. I wasn't disappointed it is a marvelous model. The detail is nothing less than perfect. I think of all of the models so far this is my favorite.
Keep up the great work Nick !! Tim coffey on 5th Mar 2017
I've been a passive fire apparatus model collector for over 30 years and this is one of the best.
I hope some modelling outfit starts to produce firehouses for the Fire Replicas line. I don't like leaving them in a display case but prefer a more realistic display of the trucks. Unknown on 5th Mar 2017
I got the Sutphen Pumper.Great detail.I showed it to the firemen at Station 16,they were impressed with the detail on it. Lars Larson on 4th Mar 2017
Very happy with my unit. Quality at it's best. Leslie on 4th Mar 2017
Very nice replica of the Sutphen Monarch Pumper, very detailed. I worked for Sutphen Corp and was very happy with how the truck was represented. Dave on 4th Mar 2017
You did a fantastic job of duplicating the real thing. Detail is amazing. Brett Barber on 4th Mar 2017
Another terrific model perfectly scaled and detailed. J-M Reed on 4th Mar 2017
beautiful replica, maybe next time offer to install decals at shop! Matt McElroy on 4th Mar 2017
This was another must-have for me, having photographed three of the real ones during a 2015 buffing trip to Columbus. The department uses a great shade of red, and the decal sheet allows you to create any pumper in their large Sutphen fleet - a brilliant marketing move by Fire Replicas. Hopefully this concept will carry over to produce models from other large departments that have fleets of similar rigs - Los Angeles City and County, Boston, and Chicago immediately come to mind. Had I thought this one would sell out so quickly I might have purchased another one to create another pumper that I photographed on that buffing trip. :) Mike Quinn on 4th Mar 2017
Great detail and quality. As always top notch customer service!
Not a big fan of the company number decal sheets, would rather have it complete with a company number. GW on 3rd Mar 2017
As a collector we have seen many companies come and go. Some have left big shoes to fill, especially when Code 3 ceased operations and left collectors hanging. Well... Fire Replicas definitely stepped up and is leaving clown sized shoes to fill, LOL!!
They have exceptional attention to detail on all their models but especially this Columbus Division of Fire Sutphen engine. The paint is perfect and decals are crisp and clear. The CFD has plenty of apparatus to replicate including 7 Sutphen platform towers, 5 Sutphen heavy rescues, and not to mention over 30 Horton International medics! It would be great to see some more Columbus replicas coming. There is a first or everything, right?!!
Anyone perhaps not as familiar with CFD wondering what engine number decals to apply to their awesome Sutphen?
here is a current list as of March 2017 for stations currently using this style engine.
3,4,5,7,8,11,14,15,16,18,19,23,24,27,28,31,32,33,and 34. There will likely be more stations getting these Sutphen as apparatus is updated and replaced. Drew N, Columbus Ohio on 1st Mar 2017
Received my models a couple of days ago, I purchased one and some of the guys at the station chipped in for one to display there and all that can be said is wow. The folks at Fire Replicas have set a incredible standard for quality and detail in fire apparatus models. I have quite a number of apparatus models and these are by far the best. I can't wait to get them numbered and on display. I am presently assigned to Engine Company 3 and we are running one of the real versions so a choice of number will be easy. I also hope that Fire Replicas decide to do a copy of our Sutphen heavy rescues so that I may add one to my collection. I will also add that I am thinking very hard about adding some more of there other models. Keep up the excellent work. Greg Short on 28th Feb 2017