Sophomore Zahra Hayden put on the Skills USA competition sculpture of the Chevrolet pickup truck is made of metal rods of litter found in the school. Hayden spent 100 hours to create and was hoping to get first place, but because of the rules of the competition, the jury awarded her only the second.
The first thing Hayden drew a drawing of the future sculpture. Then from metal rods welded to the back of a pickup, and from plates produced cabin, exterior panels and bumpers. Did not remain without attention and interior: there is a front panel, seats, steering wheel, pedals, and even instruments. Ready pickup truck set on a pedestal, where the molten metal simulated mud or water.
Hayden admits that the plan was to take first place and get into the finals. However, due to the rules not allowing to use trademarks, in this case, the Chevrolet logo, the jury had to remove 50 points, and in the end the work Hayden became the second.