Not true American unless you see him double-tow an RV between the boat and the truck. lol
Ya'll have a lot of american cars on the road over there? In that picture there's a Tesla, Ford, I think a dodge in the mirror and maybe a ~~freightliner~~. (nope, that's a volvo)
Pretty much the only dodge cars you see in Europe are the caliber and the magnum lol, although Ford are huge over here thanks to models like the fiesta, focus and ranger. Freightliners aren't sold here although that's probably due to sister company mercedes trucks covering that market instead. Teslas are probably some of the most common EVs in Europe, and some time ago chevy used to sell cars like the aveo, cruze and orlando here too before going bust a few years back, although it wasn't much of an issue as GM has both opel and vauxhall selling well here now
Edit: GM no longer has opel/vauxhall, they were bought out by PSA (Citroën and Peugeot) who are in turn merged with FCA
“Tugging a boat” 🤣
Plus the truck has aftermarket rims and mud tires, bumpers, a rack, it’s lifted and I’m gonna put money on it being tuned and deleted.
Being badass isn’t strictly American!
Age and location right now 💀
He’s got the Miami package I see
Not so sure about that. Aren't Miami packages usually small?
Is it the same in the Netherlands as it is in countries like Japan? Where when you see this type of vehicle its just some rich guy who had a choice between a Rolls Royce and importing a F450 because of how expensive taxes and registration is for this type of vehicle?
I mean Canadian here, but that's my neighbor... 2x 45' offshore boats w F450 dually (matching clearcoat to one of the boats)... But truly a NA phenomenon
That's what it's forD
Captured from an all-American Tesla Model 3?
If you want more american have the truck be totally empty all the time. Its often I see people in f250s and they could just get the 150 or a ranger
Pretty common sight where I'm from.. well, f350 or ram models pulling trailers and boats. About as common as mosquitos.
All that’s missing is the golf cart.
Nah, it’s on the boat.
I bet that person got paid a ton of money to go from working in the U.S. to working over there. Their employer probably paid for the shipping of that truck too
there are straight up hicks in parts of the netherlands
Actually a true American sight would be a rusted out 20 year old truck towing a janky ass boat and barely strapped in bikes. While somehow doing it unsafely, going 10 mph over the speedlimit.
For most of us in America, that's just a fantasy.
Ford stuff goes here.