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1998_K1500_Sub

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Well, the image seems related to this:


I'm guessing it had a custom leather interior by these guys (link below), and maybe some other tricked-out items... but it's just a guess.

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But it might be a non-existent vehicle, simply a photoshop creation for promotional purposes.

 
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Ah makes more sense seeing as it’s a boot company. I can see a rancher driving it. Hmmm. The ostrich is a little much but that’s a real nice interior.
 

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Not sure if I am on deck here. But I still have my Deer Skin? Nose Pickers from the 80s, My wife Vet assist horses back in the day, and made me buy Cowboy Boots when we were dating. They still fit. Big HUGE snow storm a Coming, Got better Tech for that weather insanity now. LOL
 

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That sir, is a Texas Pimp Sled.

Spent the weekend at the Drover Hotel in the Stockyards District in Ft. Worth and my room was designed by Lucchese. They have a boutique store in the building and you can watch them hand make the boots. Pretty cool to watch. Craftsmanship.
Oh man, I need to go see that.
 

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Thanks too @1998_K1500_Sub for the reverse image search.
(It’s not photoshopped)
Upon further exploration I found these hi-res pics we can zoom in on. I’m still looking for the original designer/builder. Lots of cool details.
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