The FDNY is the world’s busiest and most highly skilled emergency response agency.
Its main goal is to provide fire protection, emergency medical care, and other critical public safety services to residents and visitors across the City of New York.
Agora Models is honored to share in the support of New York’s Bravest by producing a 1:24 scale replica model of Tower Ladder 9, a 75′ Aerialscope Fire Truck, based alongside Engine Company 33, at 42 Great Jones Street in Manhattan.

Full-model production guaranteed. We will not stop production of any model ‘halfway through the series’. We won’t sell you the first part unless we are sure we can produce all the parts of the kit.

To extend our promise of unrivalled customer care, and to bring extra benefits for you to enjoy, we’re offering membership to the exclusive Agora Advantage Club.

We ship worldwide from one of our four global shipping centres (USA, UK, Austria, Australia).
Simply choose your country at checkout.


Your 1:24 scale die-cast model of this FDNY Seagrave Aerialscope 75 fire truck is reproduced in the most exquisite detail.

This iconic New York fire truck, in service between 2001 and 2013, is faithfully reproduced in die-cast metal and ABS with a host of functioning parts. The telescopic Aerialscope ladder and buttons on the dashboard operating the characteristic horn, siren, and lights will bring your intricately detailed fire truck to life.
Each model comes with a diorama representing the inside of Ladder 9’s station house for you to add an authentic finishing touch to your completed fire truck display.

Scale: 1:24
Length: 23″ (58 cm)
Width:  4 3/4″  (11 cm)
Height: 6″ (15 cm)
Weight: 8 lbs (3.6 kg) appx.
(all dimensions are for the fire truck only and exclude diorama and with ladder down)

Extended ladder length: 80 cm (31″)

Number of parts: approx 750

This die-cast metal and precision ABS model is supplied pre-painted.

Extendable Aerialscope ladder reaches 31″ / 80cm
Two mid-ship radial outriggers extend beyond the truck
Fully rotating turntable
The inside of the famous Seagrave split cab is replicated in minute detail
All four cab doors open and close to reveal the interior
Both front windows open and close by rotating the winder in the door
The steering wheel turns the front wheels
All the storage compartments open and close to reveal extra equipment
The emergency lights flash and the siren sounds by pushing a button on the dashboard. The horn also blasts!
The front stabilizers, which give stability when the ladder is raised, drop down
Rear stabilizers drop down
Rear doors open to reveal an extended storage space housing a spare ladder
Every model is supplied with a specially designed display stand
representing the inside of Ladder 9’s Firehouse

Stabilizers & Outriggers

The four vertical stabilizers and two radial outriggers allow a variety of operational positions.

Detailed Cab

The inside of the cab replicates every detail including the clear-sight dashboard design, overhead control consoles, in-vehicle computer, steering wheel, textured panels and decals.

Extendable Boom

The tilting tower platform sits at the end of the boom which extends to a whopping 31″ (80 cm).

Lights & Sound

Lights and horn sound are controlled from the dashboard. The model includes a unique tool for operating the dashboard switches.

Emergency Response

Flashing emergency lights accompany siren sound for a realistic emergency response, so typically gripping onlookers as Ladder 9 sets off along Great Jones Street.

Storage & Tools

All the doors and storage compartments open to reveal tools used by the FDNY on rescue missions. Even the window winders operate to let in some fresh air!

Every FDNY fire truck model produced by Agora Models benefits the New York Fire Department Foundation whose mission is to promote fire and life safety education and help the FDNY better protect New York. The FDNY Foundation funds programs that advance the FDNY’s goals, which include maintaining operational excellence, reaching out to the community with an array of fire and life safety programs, and ensuring that their firefighters and Emergency Medical Services personnel have the best available training and equipment.
Please support the FDNY Foundation:

Fully extending ladder

Flashing lights & siren, horn and headlights

Functioning stabilizers & outriggers

Plenty of rescue equipment storage!


Choose a payment option

The Agora Models flexible payment option allows you to choose over how many months you would like your model to be delivered, allowing you to spread the cost.

Pack 1 only $99.99
then $199.99 per month


Pack 1 only $99.99
then $109.99 per month


Packs 1–4 – $599
then $199.99 per month


Packs 1–6 – $999
then $199.99 per month


Your order will be in AU$
(To change to Euro, £ Sterling or US$ please use the country selector in the menu bar)

There’s even more to enjoy by becoming a member of the Agora Advantage Club. Simply purchasing your first model entitles you to AgoraPro-level membership, then progress to AgoraElite and AgoraMaster each time you complete an Agora model.

Complimentary Pack 1 parts for your next kit


Opportunities for personalisation, gifts and exclusive offers


Priority access to limited editions and early alerts about new models


All our customers enjoy peace of mind with the Agora Guarantee


We are constantly looking to add further benefits for our loyal customers

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Hello Agora customer services.

I have just watch the World of Wayne live stream after he went to Jaguar today to showcase your E Type model and have heard the news that your Fire Truck is to be a Ladder tender. I want to take this moment to.share a couple of pictures from a trip to New York a few years ago. My friend is a firefighter in New York City. His fire house is in Manhattan, Engine 54, Ladder 4, Battalion 9. He was in training during 9/11, but his firehouse lost 15 guys in the Towers.

Anyway, here’s some pictures and I hope they inspire you for the build you are releasing and the memories of a few that many will take great pleasure in honouring.

Thank you.



In 2011 we spent Easter in New York City and took this photo of our kids next to Ladder 54. I can’t remember exactly where we were when we took the photo, somewhere in Manhattan, though I see Ladder 54 is based in The Bronx. We of course did the river trip around Manhattan and that’s when we took the photos of the FDNY ‘Three Forty Three’ fireboat, which I believe was quite new at the time.


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This is not a toy. Not suitable for children under 14 years old due to small parts. Adult supervision required.

WARNING: Some parts may be assembled using magnets. These magnets can cause serious injury if they are swallowed. Keep away from children. If you suspect a magnet has been swallowed, seek medical help straight away.
Requires AAA batteries.