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    Looks like a landrover without the dents....

    I have tossed around a similar idea, but using 1/8" thick diamondplate aluminum.
    Construction would be similar to a panel van.

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    Definitely Landrover inspired bodywork rather than Hummer in my view

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewmawson View Post
    Definitely Landrover inspired bodywork rather than Hummer in my view
    Whatever happened to that little "Ibec" or "Ibex" or whatever it was called ?
    IIRC came from your side of the pond.

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    What a conundrum- do we leave early and come back to finish tomorrow? Or do we rip a few more sheets of plywood and risk not having enough juice.

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    I bet you could run that little table saw all week on the vehicle drive battery and not notice the difference.

    Dennis

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    An interesting design. I like the use of flat panels.
    If one considers the simplicity of an electric car (and motor) vs gas or diesel, those should be considerably less expensive.

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    those should be considerably less expensive.
    yeah, you'd hope so....I think the battery has something to say about cost...


    I would have been a lot more impressed if after folding down the seats, a saw blade popped up in the middle of the deck.


    and what were those two dudes doing out in a field by themselves playing with their tools?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcgyver View Post
    I would have been a lot more impressed if after folding down the seats, a saw blade popped up in the middle of the deck.
    ...and maybe a damsel-in-distress tied up and pulled slowly toward the blade....

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