You have a 56, correct? I know Ross has some nice pictures with some mountain views, but he has an older truck.
I'm not a big fan of tattoo's, but that is some high quality work on that one. The guy that did that one has some serious skill. Do you have a tattoo artist that skilled available? You will need to show us your final product when you get yours done.
Ok, I get it now. Perhaps if I had something similar, plain of course, when I was younger, my left arm would not be covered with scars from surgery.
Wayne, I am bad as I need to be without a tat. I didn't know any difference that perhaps a full arm tat was called a sleeve.
We haven't helped much with pictures, but we have discovered that Ray is to bad for tats.
I would think to get what you want you would need to find the skyline you would like and an image of an F100 you like and have the tattoo artist put them all together. I don't know how the process works, but I would think he would draw his plans out on paper for you to approve before sticking you.
I would assume a sleeve like that would take quite a few sessions to complete. Maybe you need to start a build thread on this process.
How many job advancements would it keep the wearer from?
None - quit livin with the eyes wide shut. Most that have the expendable cash for sleeved work chose to do this to tell their life story, document trials and tribulations, and pay respects. I'm sleeved shoulder to wrist on both arms and it hasn't slowed anything in my career.