It’s official – I have a new hero. 

Even though I’m more of a Chevy guy, I’ve always had an affinity for the Ford Ranger. One of my closest friends had one of those bad boys back in the 90s and it was a good little truck that served him well for years. 

I also love the Dallas Cowboys, even though they have consistently broken my heart for over two decades. I guess you could say I’m a glutton for punishment.

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And one fan down in South Texas managed to take two things I love and combine them into the most glorious creation. 

I have to admit that I feel pretty damn unimaginative after watching the video. I don’t know about you, but I never would have thought to go full-on Mad Max with a vehicle. 

Oh yeah, not only did the owner go all-in on an apocalypse theme, but they also upped the ante by adorning that little truck with a whole bunch of Dallas Cowboys stars. 

I’ll be honest with you, going to a Cowboys vs. Eagles game in Philadelphia is something I have no desire to do as a Cowboy fan. I was warned about that by a friend from Philadelphia when I was in the Navy. 

But if I ever threw caution into the wind and decided to go to a game in Philadelphia, this is the truck that I would want to do it in.

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