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Your isn't picture working. But there's mine
, even though the textures are set on high, you can barely make it out. I think it looks like an old steam locomotive, a traction engine? Well, some sort of steam-powered thing. There are some words written on the bottom, I have no idea what they say. --Thescarydude 00:53, 3 June 2009 (UTC)
It does look like a steam-powered locomotive. Perhaps a reference to the then in production Red Dead Redemption? A longshot, I know, but I'm just throwing it out there. MAINEiac4434 14:38, July 3, 2010 (UTC)
This is a random shot out there, but I think since they used to call trains back in the western times "Bullets"(Coors Light Silver Bullet), maybe it is a reference to Steve McQueen's Bullitt (green 1968 mustang that Steve McQueen drove in the movie) since the Stallion was based on an old Ford Mustang in the first place. Train=Bullet, Bullet=Bullitt, Bullitt=1968 Mustang, 1968 Mustang=Base Model For Stallion. Could be the reason for the photograph, but I still can't figure out what the writing says...? User:Omega'sHand