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Eddie Galenski's truck

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Gametitle-VB.pngThe following is based on Van Buren and has not been confirmed by canon sources.

Eddie Galenski's truck is a special truck that was supposed to appear in Van Buren, driven by Eddie Galenski.

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This mighty vehicle bears scars of its adventures on the road proudly. Its exterior is riddled with bullet holes left by ammunition of various calibers and crossbow bolts sticking out of it. The fact that it still moves is a testament to the craft of Sandia Labs. The company built these vehicles to last, to be the road equivalent of a Vault. They are built to withstand 60 mph (95 km/h) collisions head on, without the contents of their cargo compartment shifting, and survive a 1,850 degree Fahrenheit (1010 Celsius) blaze for half an hour without the temperature inside rising (equivalent to a catastrophic collision with a gasoline tanker). The fact that the outer shell and metal lining are designed to resist drills, blow torches, and explosives is just the cherry on top.[1]

References

  1. Boulder design document: "The truck's exterior is covered with bullet holes - (Small Arms check) 10mm shells, .223 ammo shells, crossbow bolts (Alkaya may find it). It looks like she had a hell of a time getting here.
    Mechanics: Ben: The vehicles, designed and tested at Sandia labs, are mobile vaults. They are built to withstand head-on collisions at 60 miles per hour without their cargoes so much as shifting, and to endure an 1,850 degree fire for half an hour (the equivalent of a crash with a gasoline tanker) without raising the temperature inside. Their metal linings are designed to resist drills, blow torches, and explosive charges."