At first glance I thought that was a skeleton on the ground this side of the vehicle...
I'd have left that caribou rack on top of my car for a while and drove around like that. Beautiful caribou. Nice dog too.From 1972 until 1996 my hunting truck was a 1972 Ford F 250 that for 24 years it hauled many tons of hay for my horses, firewood, and it took my horses and wall tent to my hunting areas, and brought home many deer, elk, antelope, bighorn rams, moose, and a mountain goat from those hunting trips.
Since 1985 I've had 3 Subaru Outbacks that I occasionally used as hunting vehicles mostly on pronghorn antelope hunts, but I did bring an elk home in it one year, and the last year that Quebec allowed non-resident Caribou hunting I brought my Caribou rack home to Montana from the Denver airport. It was a B&C rack so I didn't want to split the antlers, so it rode on top.
In 1996 I bought a '97 Ford F 250 7.3 diesel for my hunting rig. I have a slide-in 8.5' camper for it that we've had some great camping and hunting trips with it. Here it is on opening morning of Antelope season last year where I just slept in the back with the topper that I usually keep on it.
The 20 and up 6.7 Powerstroke motors with the 10 speeds are beasts !I have been driving Ford Super Duty trucks since 2004. I use it to get to my hunting/fishing areas then use ATVs or rafts to get to where I need to go.
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The white 2004 F-250 w/ 6.0 in the picture gave up its ghost a couple years ago. So now I have a 2020 F-350 w/ 6.7 that I drive daily.