Lost in Space fans – Our Chariot needs your help! Can you be a part of this historic build? Do you have any personal photos like the ones here? During these winter months, we are applying a round of refinements
Our cinematic archaeologist and consultant on the Chariot build, Chris Pappas, gives us more insight into the finding and restoration of the most important missing components to make our Chariot complete. A year ago I would have never imagined that
Kicking off 2016 with a quick video. Stayed tuned for news on Marks new book and his experiences while on the show. Kevin Burns provided previously unreleased photos and Perry Corvese assisted with the layout. Thanks to all.
The ‘Lost in Space’ Chariot will be part of the MIT Distinctive Car & Vehicle Show in Cambridge MA. Start Your Engines! MITAC hosts its first MIT Vehicle Show for the MIT Community! As cars, trucks, motorcycles and other vehicles
I want to share a more complete and accurate story leading up to the building of our Chariot. I know my experience will resonate with many here. Some excerpts of this are included in our earlier videos: One only remembers
The Chariot: Five months to a decent state of completion. Some items still required and the refinement of the Chariot will be an ongoing process. The Chariot can be seen at different venues and we will update events and locations
To all patiently waiting for an update, here is our latest video. Too much went on in between to be our last video. After reviewing all available footage, on set and exterior shots, we have decided to remove the lower
Chariot frame primed and painted, Frame permanently fastened to the snowcat (finally). Subfloor and framing for bench seats installed. Left and right cockpit hinged covers/steps finished and installed in place. Bench seats fabricated with lift out covers for storage access.
Lost in Space fan, Dan Schroeder stopped by the EID facility today. Dan is a guide and guest speaker at the Wright Museum in Laconia New Hampshire as well as a Transport Captain. The Wright Museum is an educational institution
Finalizing the upper frame and prepping for all applied components, lights, doors, hinges, locks, ladders. Everything will be removed and the frame will be final finished, primed and painted ‘orange’. The snowcat is complete waiting for upper frame. We hope