Just a bit of quick Model Teamy fun. And more camo.
About this creation
The front, Chevy inspired. The massive brush guard and 20 some fog lights are a common necessity.
The side view, with both exhaust stacks AND side exhausts. And fender flares to accommodate duallies. Of course, this doesn't have duallies, but that's no reason to rid the truck of fender flares.
The back, with no tailgate and a cannon. Ironically this is the most authentic part of the whole truck. Why just yesterday I was walking through a parking lot and some guy had half a riding lawn mower in the back of his truck. Just half, mind you. As a whole riding mower is quite a luxury and there's no need to brag. =/
The V8. Even though a good V8 can get you over 230+ mph, most Americans still insist we need them for everyday use.
Action shots! Look at that torsion bar power!
More action shots! Look at that bendy-front-axle-that-isn't-actually-supposed-to-bend power!
In an effort to get out of my normal routine, rather than tilting the camera for this photo I tilted the world a bit. Hope nobody noticed.
Angry cannon view. Pew-pew-pew! No wait, thats lasers...
And now, dearest visitor, I must bid you farewell, for I have no more MOCs to show you today. And whilst Moctober may have started spreading across the pages like a Nyan cat on a rainbow, I have no more Moctobery goodness as of today.
I can't believe you put a cannon in your trunk - there's a terrible joke in there somewhere. On a sensible note, I can't believe how many great vehicles you turn out, and every one of them a winner. I reckon you build even more than I do.
Heck yah! All Americans should have one of these in their driveway. Even if they can't afford the fuel to drive it. It makes a very nice addition to a house. I see only one thing you missed. It needs a winch :D Then your in business! Very good video on America's toughest truck --> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHmF0NtDXBM
Nice to see all these Mocs from you. Keep this up! :)