Leo
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I suppose you could just say I wanted to make something simple-ish that you would expect to find in a Neil Blomkamp movie haha. Plus I haven't done many trucks, thought I'd make it on-road only, or...is it? *Imagination goes wild* Featuring White to Black gradient tires xD. Stealth Custom Series Tacoma shot by @Kacelogik

I suppose you could just say I wanted to make something simple-ish that you would expect to find in a Neil Blomkamp movie haha. Plus I haven't done many trucks, thought I'd make it on-road only, or...is it? *Imagination goes wild* Featuring White to Black gradient tires xD. Stealth Custom Series Tacoma shot by @Kacelogik

I suppose you could just say I wanted to make something simple-ish that you would expect to find in a Neil Blomkamp movie haha. Plus I haven't done many trucks, thought I'd make it on-road only, or...is it? *Imagination goes wild* Featuring White to Black gradient tires xD. Stealth Custom Series Tacoma shot by @Kacelogik

I suppose you could just say I wanted to make something simple-ish that you would expect to find in a Neil Blomkamp movie haha. Plus I haven't done many trucks, thought I'd make it on-road only, or...is it? *Imagination goes wild* Featuring White to Black gradient tires xD. Stealth Custom Series Tacoma shot by @Kacelogik

Caterham Carbon E-Bike

Caterham Carbon E-Bike

Boat by Bugatti

Boat by Bugatti

2015 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6 (original)

2015 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6 (original)

Commission - Erika Sketch Chibi 2 by Hyanna-Natsu on DeviantArt

Commission - Erika Sketch Chibi 2 by Hyanna-Natsu on DeviantArt

Waterfalls are normally an astounding sight for tourists, but in Alberta, Canada, the Cameron Falls located inside the Waterton Lakes National Park turns red when heavy rains occur. Argolite, the red-colored sediment, causes the water to turn red.

Waterfalls are normally an astounding sight for tourists, but in Alberta, Canada, the Cameron Falls located inside the Waterton Lakes National Park turns red when heavy rains occur. Argolite, the red-colored sediment, causes the water to turn red.