RBC has a host of talented people helping to maker her a reality, even graphic artists
See the Rolling Boxcar challenges our engineers faced in separating the fuselage from the wings and tail booms of a Fairchild C-119 aircraft
John Will provides additional narrative on Rolling Boxcar challenges our engineers faced in separating the fuselage from the wings and tail booms of a Fairchild C-119 aircraft
John believes Dante should have noted this in his "Inferno" masterpiece
The hot desert sun was always an issue, and some sought refuge "indoors"
Houston, we have separation !
Before John strips the bus for the Boxcar fuselage, a test drive proves its roadworthiness
John elaborates on the scope, challenges, and details of dismantling the bus
John has made wonderful progress on the bus for Rolling Boxcar!
John will modify the exhaust system to comply with RBC needs
John points out the functional and practical mechanics built into the driveshaft of the "Genesis" bus RBC will mount on
With determination, and little time to lose, John works on Sunday continuing to drive the RBC mission to its completion
John gets his money's worth out of everything, (even his hat) While dismantling the bus, he elaborates on some of the modifications that will be made to the RBC chassis
John and Paul spent an afternoon installing the new memorial panel honoring the 19 lost troops during the tragic 1952 C-119 "Gable Chalk 1" accident