My second attempt at uploading (please pardon my newbieness.)
The Goat is Ubiquidyne Industries solution for all your transportation woes. A flatbed built on a rugged frame with four wheel steering and heavy duty shocks for that extra load. Able to haul 8 tons with ease over any grade. In other words, it takes anything anywhere. Fully equipped with an articulated magnetic crane, large capacity fuel cell, and, of course, Betelgeusian Motor Werks finest four cylinder engine/transmission.
My little contribution for Febrovery. Enjoy.
About this creation
The other side and rear end. Fancy.
Nice motor. What's that next to it? I have no idea, but it looks important.
Betelgeusian Motor Werks. Duh.
OOOOOOh. Cute little tummy. It may be ticklish.
Left. No, no, right. WAIT! A little left. That's niiiiiiiice. Take it away, Gardner.
I'd like to acknowledge Michael Hritz for reminding me that Syd Mead rocks!!! Check out Michaels creations, they are just as astonishing as Syds work.
Please rate, comment, critique, laugh at, take ideas from, whatever.
Quoting El Barto !
Cool rig! Would be perfect for going to Costco!
LMAO I'd imagine in the future you still can't get out of there without spending less than $300, $500 with kids. Although, in the future that may only get you a flat of 48 tins of Spam. (Who buys that! And what do their arteries and teeth look like?) Thank you El Barto!
Quoting Nick Barrett
I love the sheer utility of this - a definite change of pace from your awesome 'Ecosse' but no less good.
A definite change of pace; this didn't hurt my brain and my wife prefers the space this takes up. =] Ouch, you should see the look I just got! Plus, a little practicality seemed needed. Thank you Nick.
Quoting David Alexander Smith
Love this! Seeing the deck loaded and the machine on the move is great. Yep it has a cute tummy!
Thank you. I actually belched this out fast, but I was inspired by Michael Hritz' utilitarian trucks (Love Syd Mead!) I wanted a flatbed that would fit through some cargo bay doors and be totally UBF (ugly but functional.)