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Looks like a Premium Infinite Blue and a Select in either Shadow Black or Carbonized Gray. Iconic Silver in the background.
I think there is a Rapid Red hiding back there too.

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and some more vehicles coming down the line in the background behind the yellow pillars.

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Any idea when those pictures were from? I assume the Mexico plant sometime before the shutdown?
 

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Any idea when those pictures were from? I assume the Mexico plant sometime before the shutdown?
The photo was posted today, but I have no way of knowing when it was actually taken. I'm assuming the same as you that it's from before the shutdown.
 

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Any ideas what these things are at the plant?

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Here's more. See the pins to hold the frame in place. Parts bins on the left and tools hanging on the right.

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Not sure what those pipes behind the employee are for. They look like they have a layer of insulation on them (that's cracking and frayed in spots). There's lots of them. Maybe the delivery pipes for the various paints? Just a guess.
 



 









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