hello all.
update to those unknowing: IT"S LONG, BUT AT LEAST SKIM IT.

Since the last email, much progress has been made on the frame fabrication. We have tacked the whole main hoop, as well as the roll bars and the horizontal hoop that defines the "passenger area." Tomorrow, we will be in the shop to continue on the frame fab - starting with the bottom members up front that the suspension mounts to.

So far, the layout has gone almost flawlessly. It has been quite the learning experience.

With that, it is understandable that this time of the semester is very busy, but it is also important to keep in mind the how you want to be a part of this team. I want to thank the members who have stopped in and helped out thus far in the fab, and encourage the remainder of you to try your best to get into the shop before you leave for break and make your contribution; in what ever way possible.

There are many tasks that we need to start tackling in conjunction with the completion of the basic frame in order to complete the car in a timely manner. Rob has begun a list of such tasks and it would be nice to get started on these ASAP (most likely directly after break). A lot of these tasks are minor and are a good way to begin your involvement.

The list thus far; if anything sounds interesting to you, then perhaps you're the one to take it on.

As you can see, there is A LOT involved in completing this car on time. Get excited, we are well on our way despite the long list that is only partial.

Thanks for your time, good luck on finals (I'm done, haha), and see you in the shop.


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Sam Flinkström

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