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International 35,000 lb. GVWR, 330HP, 35’ OA length, walk through cab to body, (2) slide outs, 20KW generator, (4) A/C units, (4) forward area workstations, (1) communication rack, rear conference table to seat (6), Wilsonart “Hard Surface” counters, bench seat in slide out section, (1) 42” plasma w/Smartboard, (3) 32” LCD, scrib workstation, galley, all-in-one printer, 42’ mast system, DSS, local antenna, 8x8 video recorder, (2) DVD/VHS, curbside fold down entrance steps with handrails, rear access steps & handrail, roof access ladder auto deploy awning, integration of communication equipment, paint & exterior graphics, front & rear remote spot lights, (2) Kwik raze lights, exterior scene lights, emergency light package, cab area deployment controls, stabilizing jacks, trailer hitch.

Chassis International
Model -
HP 330
GVWR 54,000 lb.
OA Length 35'
Slide Out(s) 2
Rear Axle Single
Cab to Body Access Walk through
Body MBF Modular Re-Mountable
Generator 20KW
Awning(s) 1
I/O Panel Yes
Stabilizer Jacks Yes
Emergency Light Package Yes
Exterior Graphics Yes
Roof Access Ladder Yes
Conference Seating 6
Work Station(s) 5
Galley Yes
Restroom -
Equipment Rack(s) 1
Special Equipment
Satellite -
Mast(s) 1
Other (4) A/C units, Wilsonart Hard Surface counters, bench seat in slide out section, (4) plasmas w/ Smartboard, all-in-one printer, local antenna, 8x8 video recorder, (2) DVD/VHS, curbside fild down entrance steps with handrails, integration of communication equipment, paint & exterior graphics, rear remote spot lights, (2) Kwik Raze lights, exterior scene lights, emergency light package, cab area deployment controls, trailer hitch
Flyer(s) Flyer 1
Drawing(s) Draw 1
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Just going to let you know we had our big event this last weekend. The truck was deployed for about 18 hours and performed great. All of your equipment plus some that we added worked great. (we were off of shore power so the new generator was not used). Everyone was impressed with the truck and how functional it was. Thank you for all you and MBF have done…

I do have two questions for you though – who makes the flooring material and what is the best way to get the shine on the floor that it had when we picked it up?

Sergeant Ken Myers
Allen Police Department
Support Services Division

Dear Mr. Baker,

The Allen Police Department began researching the feasibility of purchasing a Mobile Command Vehicle (MCV) in 2007. After securing local and grant funding, the department researched many of the companies that produce the vehicle. After researching vendors, seeing product demonstrations, evaluating prior customer references, conducting site visits and completing the bid process, the Allen Police Department had no trouble choosing MBF Industries as our vendor.

Once we completed our selection process, the department quickly moved into the production phase. During this phase, representatives of the department met with MBF's staff on several occasions. We also has regular status updates, emails, conference calls and discussions throughout the build process. The staff at MBF took time to fully answer our questions, address any concerns we had and assisted us through the production process. The MBF staff asked detailed questions and had a strong review process to insure that all of our needs were met and our MCV was exactly what we wanted. MBF was able to help us make critical choices and shared their experiences so that we could make educated decisions about our MCV.

In late 2008, the Allen Police Department took delivery of our MCV. The vehicle far exceeded everyone's expectations. Our MCV even had several additional options such as electrical plugs and network ports added in places for future growth and use. The staff at MBF fully trained our personnel in the operations and use of MCV in a step-by-step process. The MBF staff is very knowledgeable and able to answer any questions we had. Furthermore, after we returned to out department with the vehicle they provided superior customer service when we called with questions or needed refresher training.

Since taking delivery of the vehicle we have had very few service issues. On the rare occasions that something was broken, malfunctioned or just needed repair, MBF has been quick to address and issues and repairs. MBF even sent one of the technicians to our department to make repairs and adjustments after we took delivery of the vehicle. Additional training was also provided to us during this visit. MBF has continued to provide us with excellent customer service and support since taking delivery of the vehicle.

If you have any questions of comments, please contact our department representative, Lieutenant Ken Myers.

-William S. Rushing Chief of Police

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