Sunday, October 9, 2011

An "evil" Dodge Ram

Might want to avoid running into this guy! But maybe he's not so tough; he's parked in a handicapped spot!

20 comments:

Olivier said...

ready for "Highway to Hell"

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I bet the guy who drives this is a real 'pussy cat' Jacob, but maybe wouldn't want to find out for sure haha! Impressive paintwork.

Kate said...

Don't see a handicap license plate; perhaps it's just temporary. Makes me wonder why anyone would want to advertise that name?

Virginia said...

Give him a ticket!!
V

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I would keep my distance, but I agree that this does not look like the type of vehicle you would expect to see in a handicapped space. For one thing, the extra height would make it more difficult to climb into. We had to carry a step stool in our SUV if we were going to pick up my late mother so she could get in.

Randy said...

Why would you do that to a perfectly good truck.

Small City Scenes said...

My youngest has a Dodge Ram--much neater than this one with all it's evilness. I need a ladder to get in her truck. haha MB

magiceye said...

lol! great capture!

Birdman said...

... and someone would do this to destroy a great truck? WHY! Sheeeeeeeeeeeeeesh!

Sharon said...

I wonder what the poor truck did to deserve this!

Cezar and Léia said...

The truck is beautiful but I don't like the letters...the red is enough!
:)
Léia

Lois said...

He seems very proud of being evil!

Halcyon said...

Funny! I wonder why someone would want that painted on their car.

Rajesh said...

Great looking artistic vehicle.

EG Wow said...

Hmmm. I hope he has the right to be parked there. I feel very EVIL if I see an able-bodied person park in in a space meant for the handicapped.

bfarr said...

The expense of all that 'evil'. I guess it keeps the local customizer in business.

Jarart said...

Well, I kind of like it! And who says it's a he driving that beauty? Arizona girls drive big trucks.

Steffe said...

Go Evil?

JM said...

Wouldn't it be funny to spot one of those Jesus stickers in such a car?! :-)

Amin said...

Interesting...

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