factory building impressed me as being so low-tech. It appeared to be a series of buildings that had been added on to each other over time. The business office was part of it, with the sales office about 50' away.
My photos of the factory are here: http://autos.ph.groups.yahoo.com/group/Sca...s/view/dcff?b=1
If the molds were okay, I would think rebuilding and restarting would be fairly easy and straight-forward.
With all the fiberglass dust, resin and other volatile materials around the factory it not surprising that it could have been susceptible to a fire.
I found it interesting that the factory operates around the clock during the 'busy' season.