Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by rdb241, Nov 1, 2015.
Where is the rocket launcher, no self respecting farm truck should be without one!!!
Is that storage box water and dust proof?
Seems a typical farm road would bounce those nice firearms around a lot unless they were inset into some foam padding.
Photoshop. But I like it anyway.
They may have just set it in there but it's not shopped
Looks like what a self respecting moonshiner would have had back in the day
There is one in every crowd. Look at the pickup bed stake boxes. Did they shop the weld marks?
I am pretty sure that's not photoshop, and I'd like the OP to backup that claim. Also, I am fairly sure that is an L, R or S series International, and while they had some cool options a drawer with AR's wasn't one of them. What would be really cool is an IH M1 Garand!
That's a long walk when you probably need it while riding up front....
Honestly....how the hell am I supposed to do that when I found a random pic on the internet? Use some common sense when you look at the pic. I restate my claim. There are two in every crowd.
Sorry, I meant the dude saying it was Photoshopped. Having worked with Photoshop daily in my previous job I am still convinced it isn't.
The OP was a mistake.
cool. I understand your opinion. there is only one in every crowd......lol
I'm guessin' there's room up from for more.
But it would be perfect for taking the kids to the gravel pit.Back up to the shooting line and thar ya go!
If you watch any of the Game Warden shows or even that Alaska State Trooper show. I have seen them in the back of LEO's SUV's. I remember seeing one on the Border Patrol show also.
So find us the picture of the engine compartment on the IH
With those in back,I can just imagine what it has up front
Looks like a work in progress. I'd like to see it (the entire truck) when it gets completed.
Needs a pin striped pintel mount
I'd be instantly curious what was under the false bed. I think a Tonneau would be better for deception personally.
Nah, just lightly scuff it up and put a "Gas Monkey" clearcoat right over the rust.
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