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Per Jeff Robert's video today:



Looks like a really interesting delivery not mentioned yet...


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Is that what I think it is? Sample rolls of steel to possibly start testing a certain piece of equipment?! :)

 

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But can you tell what material is is? Could just be the aluminum or steel they use for the MY?
 

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Months have passed and Austin has produced 10000 vehicles.

Jeff, Joe, Brad would spend close to a combined full-time job filming every week.

it's the first time we have seen it.

Timing is not out of sync.

Can't say for sure, but it's tempting
 


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The question isn't if the metal is stainless. I zoomed in and saw no stains so obviously it's stainless. The real question is, did it see its shadow. If it saw its shadow, 6 more months of no CT news. If it didn't, we should see an early CT soon!
You caught me stirring the pot!
 

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Is that what I think it is? Sample rolls of steel to possibly start testing a certain piece of equipment?! :)
Knowing you’re half taking the piss: since Elon claimed the CT is angular because the steel is so “hard” (incorrect term) that it would break presses (incorrect consequence), I can’t imagine that a rolled-up steel sheet would be relevant to any “test”
 

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Knowing you’re half taking the piss: since Elon claimed the CT is angular because the steel is so “hard” (incorrect term) that it would break presses (incorrect consequence), I can’t imagine that a rolled-up steel sheet would be relevant to any “test”
I'm champing at the bit to take a piss
 

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If it were aluminum, they would've bee able to load a lot more than two rolls on that truck. Makes me think its SS.
It's possible there was a third roll over the rear exle that was already unloaded...?
 


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But can you tell what material is is? Could just be the aluminum or steel they use for the MY?
Aluminum metal sheets are not used for MY, only Model S&X as far as I know. But it's much more likely that's the regular steel for MY
 

 
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