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Building a truck can be as difficult as anyone could want to make it. I've worked on race cars and I understand that a vehicle is just a bunch of components put together. I happen to think that the doors, hinges and window tracks are about the hardest parts to fabricate.
So the work truck of the future has been around for over 20 years and all you have done is load it up with missiles and gave them to the Islamic State. Shame on you.
Ah, don't need no stinking doors
Depending on how much money I have, whether I'm having to build my next truck from money I make from pounding nails or having my books sell well, plans can differ a great deal.
I noticed the people are surprised that I would think of building my truck with new parts and not remanufactured.
Yeah, while there is fields full of used cabs out there.
As I've said before,
Some may wonder if I would be worried if I ever had a fire.
That means, big fence and motion detectors around the perimeter to keep them out. And any manufacturing facility of mine will have fire hose racks all over the place because the last call I ever want to make is to an outside fire department.
I would have my own firefighters. Meaning I would give any of my crew who could carry me on their back up a flight of starts to have the opportunity to be trained as a professional firefighter and they would be paid a little more per hour to be a in house firefighter whether the are a welder or a painter and I'd make sure that everyone would have a closet with their gear inside where ever their work stations are.
You say that might be hard to do. Nah, because I'm the one who's doing the hiring. I'd be keeping my eyes out for them, but then I think a above average IQ text score would be needed to seal the deal.