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don't understand dropping them down like that ..to lazy to climb up into a real truck??
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Damned awful good photoshopping there. But I don't care for that kind of customizing.

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I'm not a fan of big rims and dropping them to the ground. Other than that, they are beautiful. Well except for the peach and cream color combo....
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Photoshopping?? All 4 are phenomenal. The peach 56's in particular. Too many mods there to spot.
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Photoshopping?? All 4 are phenomenal. The peach 56's in particular. Too many mods there to spot.
I would say the panel isn't real. Notice all the people in the exact same position and the same truck behind it.
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Nice trucks. The photoshop got me at first! Haha.
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I'm not a fan of big rims and dropping them to the ground. Other than that, they are beautiful. Well except for the peach and cream color combo....
Same here...I do like the satin paint on the light green one.
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I would say the panel isn't real. Notice all the people in the exact same position and the same truck behind it.
Could be real....sometimes people move kinda slow at a car show!!
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Keith, I can see why these trucks caught your eye! Lots of really nice workmanship there...
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Personaly I don't think I would ever go with air bags, however it would get very boreing if everybody had the same taste as I do. That said, I can appreceiate any truck that is done well. Thank you for sharing the pics.
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