My Ranger "Intro" video


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I like it. Just gave your video it's first :icon_thumby: and comment on YouTube.
 

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Thanks!

It was a fun project to play with while waiting on truck parts.
 

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This is kind of what you get when you show me a cool Ranger video in Detroit and then stick me on an airplane to think about it for several hours

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6ZNAlHJ6jg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6ZNAlHJ6jg
Well...well....well......

I want to put together videos as I'm road tripping across the US in 2019 for the TRS anniversary. I've been trying to figure out how to do it. I think I just found the guy I need :icon_idea:

Seriously, you did a great job on that. I need your skills. :popcorn:
 

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That was done really well!
 

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i agree. really smooth. i voted to eat the dog though if you were stranded.:D
 

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i agree. really smooth. i voted to eat the dog though if you were stranded.:D
Nooooooooo! Can't eat the dog. [emoji16]

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Well...well....well......

I want to put together videos as I'm road tripping across the US in 2019 for the TRS anniversary. I've been trying to figure out how to do it. I think I just found the guy I need :icon_idea:

Seriously, you did a great job on that. I need your skills. :popcorn:
Skills might be an overstatment but I would be glad to try. :icon_thumby:

i agree. really smooth. i voted to eat the dog though if you were stranded.:D
It would be a long winter living off him, he is 12lbs of bone and hair. :fie:

I think the "decision" was more to keep Roush in the truck or go thru the drift with "both" being selected.
 


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