Another move we have made that was not a typical structure was some old fuel tanks. These tanks were used after WWII to hold fuel to be used during the frost that would harm the citrus plants that returned soldiers were farming. The government gave the soldiers jobs of growing citrus trees when they came home, but when the frost came they needed a way to protect the crops, so the fuel tanks held the fuel that was used to keep heat over the crops. Eventually the tanks were being re-purposed and needed to be moved. To move these tanks, we used a specialty truck that we called “Trojan Truck”. These tanks were so large that it took one and a half days to go two miles down the road. One tank was taken a part and put back together in Mexico. Overall these tanks were somewhat difficult to move, but we got it done and can add another successful move to our resume.