Cybertruck bodies?

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I'm surprised nobody has yet to scale the picture to dimension length and width of the package...
How about this? I offer my simple comparison traced from the patent application...

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I'm very convinced; however, see my earlier post questioning how many body assemblies per pallet? :geek:
 
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I'm surprised nobody has yet to scale the picture to dimension length and width of the package...
The only way this makes sense is if there is some kind of extraneous material or packaging on the ends. This is a Cybertruck inside some kind of bundle.

I’m mostly not sold on this. Also, I have trouble getting excited about a thing which *might be* a Cybertruck. But I can also see where they are coming from.

I feel like listening to two guys arguing over whether the glass is half full or half empty and I’m like… who cares, it’s Bud Light.
 

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Mind says it is building materials.

Heart wants it to be CT related. (I am choosing to live in fantasy)

My stomach wants to know when is lunch.
 
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What about engineering accurate mock frames so they can set up assembly line?
 

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Construction worker......."hey....wanna have some fun with that drone guy".
His buddy........."sure....wassup".

Construction worker......"go get me a nail gun, some 2x4's and some green shrink wrap".
 

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In today’s video, there are only 2 of the green wrapped things and there is a big stack of building materials including some triangular pieces.
 

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In today’s video, there are only 2 of the green wrapped things and there is a big stack of building materials including some triangular pieces.
Bummer ☹
 

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The bearded Tesla guy on YouTube posted a video this morning saying they were ct bodies. He presented the info like it was a fact and didn’t even entertain the possibility they could be anything but ct bodies. I don’t know how he came to that conclusion unless I missed something. I’m pressed for time today or I would dig into it more.
 

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The bearded Tesla guy on YouTube posted a video this morning saying they were ct bodies. He presented the info like it was a fact and didn’t even entertain the possibility they could be anything but ct bodies. I don’t know how he came to that conclusion unless I missed something. I’m pressed for time today or I would dig into it more.
I'm guessing the bearded guy said that for clicks. Although part of me believes it due to the fact that I worked in a steel fabrication facility for a number of years and not once did we send out any misc metals on a pallet and shrink wrapped like that. Not saying it can't be done but why would anyone do that? Maybe like a poster above said, package everything to look suspicious to mess with everyone.
 

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I'm guessing the bearded guy said that for clicks. Although part of me believes it due to the fact that I worked in a steel fabrication facility for a number of years and not once did we send out any misc metals on a pallet and shrink wrapped like that. Not saying it can't be done but why would anyone do that? Maybe like a poster above said, package everything to look suspicious to mess with everyone.
The only reason they might have been shipped that way is they are not construction metals but are parts of a system that came via ship. Say parts of a paint booth or furnace etc.
 
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