Kentland VFD Engine 331

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Kentland Engine 331 Scale Model 

Kentland Engine 331 is authentic to the smallest of details.
Authentic to Kentland's "Old School" Seagrave Commander II Pumper.

Known to be the last J-Cab produced by Seagrave, Engine 331 is quite significant. To honor this special rig, our goal is to engineer an impressive level of detail into every that our customers will notice something new each time they view the model.

Kentland Engine 331 is hand-crafted from over 500 parts

Hand-crafted using over 500 intricately detailed 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.

Kentland Engine 331 scale model is museum grade
Museum grade precision.
When it comes to preserving a rig, it is critical to capture every detail with extreme precision. Countless hours of design, proofing, and improvements make this replica museum grade.

Kentland Engine 331 is limited to 175 units
Limited Production for the elite collector.
Only 175 units of Kentland Engine 331 have been produced. Fire Replicas are designed with the elite collector in mind, and manufactured in limited quantities to enhance future value.

Kentland Engine 331 scale model includes a custom display case
Thoughtfully protected and display ready.
Engine 331 measures 7.5"L x 2.5"W x 2.25"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 Kentland seal, department and truck name.


Kentland Engine 331 is authentic to the smallest of details.

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Closeup pictures 1-2 of Kentland Seagrave Commander Engine 33 scale model

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Kentland Engine 331

Kentland Engine 331 Scale Model Specs

  • Scale: 1:50
  • Production Quantity: 175
  • Multi-materials including High Def Resin, stainless steel photo etch metal, wire, rubber and other composites.
  • Mounted inside high quality, custom display case featuring etched stainless steel I.D. nameplate.
  • Model Dimensions: 7.5"L x 2.5"W x 2.25"T
  • Display Case Dimensions: 12"L x 6"W x 5.25"T

About the Scale Model

This Kentland Volunteer Fire Department Engine 331 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.

Department and Community Overview

The KVFD provides a superior level of service through a unique membership. Our members manage a response burden unsurpassed by most volunteer departments, and provide a level of service equal to the most highly- resourced departments in the nation. The KVFD covers a large response area, with a first due area of 19 square miles, and a box alarm area of 52.2 square miles. We protect a variety of critical infrastructure resources in our primary response area, including FedEx Field, the 92,000 seat stadium of the Washington Redskins, the Fire/EMS Department headquarters, the Health Department headquarters, a US Secret Service office building, and the US Treasury Department’s main storage facility for the ink used to print US currency. The first due also has several demographic variables associated with increased fire and EMS demand, including a poverty rate over 25% and an unemployment rate over twice the national average. The needs of the response area place a significant burden upon the members of KVFD: the members of the all volunteer department responded to thousands of calls per year, including over 100 working fires. To provide unparalleled service to the community, the members of KVFD provide three services: a Class A engine, a Tower ladder, and a Rescue Engine equipped for fire suppression, technical rescue, and vehicular rescue/extrication operations. The KVFD is one of only two stations in Prince Georges County to provide all three services.

The rescue response area of the Kentland VFD includes 21.4 miles of highway, where high speeds and heavy traffic volume increase the potential for serious accidents that often leave the victims pinned in their vehicles. Three major interstate highways (US Rt. 50, Interstate 495/95, and Rt. 295, the Baltimore-Washington Pkwy) are a part of Rescue Engine 33’s response area of about 45 square miles. KVFD is located adjacent to Washington, DC in Prince George’s County, one of the fastest growing Maryland counties, with a 2010 population of 865,271. The Washington Post deemed the section of I-495/95 in our area the “Deadliest Stretch” of highway in the state. In 2013, the KVFD responded to 5280 calls, a number that surpasses many fire departments, and 943 of those calls were for motor vehicle accidents.

History of Kentland Volunteer Fire Department

The Kentland Volunteer Fire Department was founded in February of 1951 when 10 neighbors met around Bob Baeschlin’s kitchen table and decided there wasn’t adequate fire protection in their neighborhood. The men put up their own money, took out loans, and bought a fire truck that sat in front of Bob's house for the next two years. In 1953, with more of their own money, loans, second mortgages, and expertise from the West Brothers Brick Company, the members built the first station by hand, instilling a sense of pride in the department that still shines through today. In the early 1950's, firehouse 33 was totaling 230 runs a year; by the mid 1960's, that number jumped into the 900's. With the increase in calls, the Department started its “Live-In” tradition by allowing 4 firemen to live at the firehouse rent-free. The Department also paid a driver to sleep in at night and hired a mechanic to service the rigs and drive them during the day, eventually leading to 3 paid men during the day.

In 1970, Prince George’s County switched to a charter form of government and the paid men at 33 were absorbed as County workers. Kentland was staffed by 4 career firefighters from 7 AM to 3 PM, and exclusively by volunteers on nights and weekends. In 1995 the last Landover Farm, continuously operated by the Wilson Family since 1752, was developed into Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, home of the Washington Redskins. Today the 91,000 seat stadium now called FedEx Field occupies the South Eastern 288 acres of the First Due. Woody Wilson is currently an active life member of the Department. On May 25, 1995, the career staff was removed by the County Fire Department and Kentland Volunteers have staffed Firehouse 33 for the last 20 years, averaging 110 fires and 4800 runs per year, never failing to respond and never responding understaffed. Presently, there are 75 active volunteers, three Chief Officers, four Captains, four Lieutenants, and four Sergeants; 23 of these men are live-in members.

Safety Warning

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.

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  • 5
    Kentland Engine 331

    Posted by Brian Schaffner on 17th Oct 2020

    Finally had the opportunity to add Engine 331 'Old School' to complete the 3-piece Kentland set. Once again Fire Replicas knocked this model out of the park with the incredible attention to all the details big and small. Looking at the model makes me feel as if I'm standing in the bay at Kentland's firehouse looking at the real thing. I'm very happy to add another high-quality Fire Replicas piece to my ever growing collection. Keep up the great work!

  • 5
    Kentland VFD Seagrave pumper

    Posted by Kevin (UK) on 6th Feb 2020

    No need for a long and detailed review when few words will suffice - as usual from Fire Replicas awesome, superb and absolutely brilliant another great model for my growing Fire Replicas collection ....

  • 5
    Kenltand Engine 33

    Posted by SK 13 on 14th Jan 2020

    This is the most favourite one from Kantlands. The old engine has some special soul. The details -like fire bell, painting, lights give you a feeling, that is real.

  • 5
    Kentland VFD Engine 331

    Posted by David Tordosinsky on 29th Aug 2019

    My stepson loved it. He's done a lot of special training with Kentland so he really appreciated it. Well made with great detail.

  • 5
    Kentland Seagrave Engine 331

    Posted by MH on 27th May 2019

    For us "old school" folks, this remarkable engine totally hits the spot. You can look at it and hear the roaring Detroit Diesel and Federal siren screaming. The details are outstanding. Nothing is missed. Fire Replicas, thank you for hitting a home run every time!

  • 5
    Great model to complete the set!

    Posted by Michael Quinn on 30th Dec 2018

    Of the 3 Kentland releases, all of which are excellent, this one has to be my favorite! Fire Replicas has done an outstanding job replicating the Marauder I cab and I sure hope we see more models using it in 2019!

  • 5
    Engine 331

    Posted by Chad on 4th Dec 2018

    As with tower ladder 33 and rescue engine 33 engine 331 is also very great quality and really resembles the real thing. Very good work.

  • 5
    Another good job by Fire Replicas!

    Posted by Steve Hayes on 17th Nov 2018

    Here is another quality Kentland piece. No detail is missing on E-331. I am glad I purchased this one. This completes my Kentland collection.

  • 5
    Kentland E33

    Posted by GW on 26th Oct 2018

    Another outstanding replica! Nice work Nick