Apocalyptic Truck Spotted Pulling Amazon Prime Trailer

In case you’re struggling to imagine why somebody would build such a semi, you’re not alone. Our best guess is that he’s a fan of some dystopian future movie/series – or he just thought that it would look really cool.

The most recent image of the truck was posted by Reddit user captaincardinal3, showing multiple sets of license plates scattered across the front bumper (although only the NJ one is real), a Punisher logo on the front grille and an Amazon Prime trailer hitched out back.

That Punisher logo is a little misleading, since this semi looks more like something out of a Mad Max movie (why, it’s even got wheel spikes!), but to each his own.

One thing’s for sure, though: getting a glimpse of this truck in your rear view mirror will a. surprise, if not scare, you, b. make you wonder if it’s a promo for a movie, and c. most likely, convince you to let it overtake.

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  • Grumpy

    Looks like a road hazard. How is that even Street legal?

    • Robert

      Besides the chains, what really is the problem here? A lot of the items are cosmetic just like with any other show truck. It’s not actually rotting to pieces.

      • Jan Mleziva

        Is that question a serious one? What about those jagged blades? In real world there are no zombies to tear apart so I guess these would work well only against the living (and their property…)

    • Sébastien

      I hope those bumper teeth are made of foam… Else I fear for pedestrians, bikers etc.

  • Bash

    Come out Come out wherever you are Optimus Prime…

  • When you are trucker but also doomsday prep… I wouldn’t surprised if it’s got AR and Saiga inside.

  • marioGTI

    Awesome rig, not just for show, I love it!

  • Jiminecricket

    Candy Cane

  • David Mann (Dennis Weaver)

    How would you like to have this truck driver as your neighbor?

  • Benjamin B.

    How and why does Amazon allow this contractless driver use this truck?

    • Jeffery Bezos

      because you dummies are ordering too much shit online.

      • LWOAP

        But it’s so convenient.

  • AT LEAST YOU DON’T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT WASHING IT. RUIN THE PATINA.

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