An expert told The Post that the giant truck that made the last Big Apple tour for DMX on Saturday was a custom Ford F250, which started at about $70,000 and will soon exceed $175,000.
The rapper’s shiny red coffin entered the monster entrance at his memorial service at Barclays Stadium in Brooklyn – tied to a truck with “Long Live DMX” printed on the side and “DMX” engraved on the middle cover.
“They added custom tube frames, transfer cases, huge truck shock absorbers, 20-ton axles, custom wheels and large tractor tires. Other modifications may include custom engine manufacturing, sound systems and paint,” Discovery Channel (Discovery Channel) Matt Steele from the show “Dirty Mud Truck Driver”
“J&B Motorsports” is installed on the rear panel of the truck, which is a momentary Internet trend.
“They made a custom Ford Monster Truck for the DMX Coffin. I think it will be great,” @Derekmassa01 tweeted.
Twitter user @jlalibs posted the travel note, “Legend s—”.
The rapper died on April 9 after a heart attack due to an overdose of drugs that left him in a vegetative state. He was 50 years old.
Representatives of Stowe Trucks in Pennsylvania did not immediately respond to The Post.