• Kyle

A New Hope

Updated: Apr 20, 2018

With work on Santa Trai not entirely obvious over the last couple weeks, I thought it was time to take a closer look at something else over at the Summit Sales & Equipment fab shop. More than a month ago, during a similarly slow period, we got a brief glimpse of a project given the number WFS-441 OOPS. Okay, the "OOPS" part is a joke, but one based in reality.



In the time since just after New Year's, the previously-existing structures have been torn down, and now things are starting to be rebuilt. Here are a two overview shots.




The truck seems embarrassed by being this exposed.



A couple more specific photos...





I feel like the bad guy at the end of a movie could die by falling on that. Maybe if there were a few more.



Or the front of an (eventual) acid tank. That would work too, although that tends to give you superpowers in movies, so that may be a bad idea.


As you can see for yourselves, that's more or less it right now. But we'll add this one to the roster of projects in an effort to bring you frequent and compelling content through this blog.


Closest to the door: someone's truck. Cool story, right?



Happy International Scotch Day!


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