Another two Sportsmobile design failures.

DzlToy

Explorer
Interior paneling, taken at Overland Expo West in May of 2019. One would think, with their big fancy factory, hundreds of vehicles in the shop and a booming business, they would invest in top-notch fabricators or maybe even a water jet machine to cut their parts. Nah, just drill a hole in the corner and cut it with a jig saw. This was seen on a $200,000 van.
 

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nmhaarmann

New member
Interior paneling, taken at Overland Expo West in May of 2019. One would think, with their big fancy factory, hundreds of vehicles in the shop and a booming business, they would invest in top-notch fabricators or maybe even a water jet machine to cut their parts. Nah, just drill a hole in the corner and cut it with a jig saw. This was seen on a $200,000 van.
Agreed. Not Ideal looking
 

The Artisan

Adventurer
Interior paneling, taken at Overland Expo West in May of 2019. One would think, with their big fancy factory, hundreds of vehicles in the shop and a booming business, they would invest in top-notch fabricators or maybe even a water jet machine to cut their parts. Nah, just drill a hole in the corner and cut it with a jig saw. This was seen on a $200,000 van.
That is rediculous, at least buy a cnc setup. One it is cleaner and 2 it saves time for the guy drilling the hole and then having to think how do I cut a straight line and meet at the curve😂
Kevin
 
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