This job is just getting finished up! The truck is for a school district that needed a way to haul it's band equipment around. This van body is an actual "bandwagon."
The customer requested side skirts to detour rambunctious students from trying to take a shortcut underneath the truck(which happens so they say). Anyway, it really dresses up the body!
Here is a view of the inside of the body. There is "E" track along the sides to tie instruments up and angle iron on the sides which will support a drum transfer plate.
The sun is kind of glaring on this one... but rear frame is stainless and will stay looking nice for a long, long time.
Ready for a tour!
Here is a topper we just finished for a customer. This is an aluminum topper with a ladder rack, a bed slide style tray for storage, LED interior lighting, and aluminum storage shelves in the sides with organizer bins. This unit will definitely be nice to work out of!
A view from the rear with the doors open.
The pull out drawer unit is a Weatherguard PackRat. This drawer unit is built to fill full of tools or supplies and to haul things on top too.
These are the organizer bins. Anyone of these can be remove as simply as lifting one out. The shelves that hold the trays are extruded aluminum for light weight yet strong support.
Thanks for looking!
Here's a job we just finished for Watchfire. Watchfire builds and sells LED signs. These signs can range from fairly small to larger than bill boards and sides of buildings. Watchfire needed some demo trucks that could house some of their signs to transport them to customer locations. These demo trucks will be used to give examples of what a sign would look like on a new location. Check out their website below!
The signs will occupy the entire door opening on both sides of the van body.
Here is a view from the inside. The customer already had a generator for the signs so we wired in the doors straight to the generator.
Here's a video demonstration to show how the doors work. Let us know what you think!