This is pretty outrageous. The guy’s got a matching Escalade EXT, Chevy truck bed trailer, (useless) ATV, radio controlled ATV, and model ATV. Also, notice the fact that he has a custom painted grill but also wants you to know he has a mesh grill too. I hate it. I hate it so much.
Here is a little bit of trivia from the day the Cameron’s article “Modifying Shock Hangers on My 1996 C2500“, took place.
That day was memorable to me for several reasons.
For most people, a vehicle is something that you depend on to get where you are going. To this driver, it is a blank canvas for his artistic dreams. Let’s take a look at what we have here: on the surface it’s a run-of-the-mill white Chevrolet Silverado truck, at least until you get to the tailgate.
Then, we have this full color airbrushed scenario with a picture of the truck itself descending from the mountains into what appears to be a Spanish-style village. Because this is a full-size truck, it is naturally larger than the mountains and rivers. For some reason, Our Lady of Guadalupe floats in the sky off to the right.
You’ve gotta hand it to this guy for originality in coming up with this ridiculous scene where nothing is to scale, but I can think of about a hundred other things he could have spent the money on that might have actually improved his truck in some way.