Being in the South you know it’s a grand place to drive a truck. Mine is a Ford truck and it has plenty of charm being an older truck I dare anyone to stand in the way. There is nothing wrong with good old steel.
This truck has a personality of its own with paintings of Halloween and we turned the back tailgate into "Frog Ride" utilizing the Ford into the name. Every surface has a picture painted on it and each one was an hour of my life and the truck is definitely a showpiece.
The ladies may look and wonder but the gentlemen will tell you they think it’s "all right". Others tell us its not Halloween but when we put trick or treat on the front the children read that and have to circle to check it out.
Guess what Halloween will be back and we will be in style again. When you go down the road you have to remember that the truck is decorated and people are checking it out. It would be a great ride in any Halloween parade.
There is some more improvements that will be done this fall to get it set up with all the attachments allowed to still be legal to stay riding and safely see where you are going. It is a happy truck unlike the deer hunter trucks that are just out cruising for the hunting season. We have no gun racks so it is not typically southern in nature.
This is defining that it is a conversation stopper. It has a quirk that is inconvenient that the gauges do not work so you will see us adding our emergency gas out of a two gallon can when we run out, but with gas prices that happens to a bunch of us now.
This would not be a truck to do a crime in, as you would be remembered for sure. Trucks are good for hauling and we still do that, as it is just a good work truck. I wouldn't have a truck for pretty it needs to get the job done and this one does with style to boot.