Home Made Mexican Drug Tanks

It’s the CLASS A TEAM, the horrifying home-made drug tanks built by ruthless Mexican crime gangs that have been seized by police. Dubbed ‘Narco tanks’ the fearsome vehicles are part of more than 100 impounded and destroyed by the authorities in the war on drugs. Two more were found over the weekend in Ciudad Camargo in Tamaulipas State on the border of Mexico with Texas, USA. Among those vehicles caught is the infamous ‘El Monstruo.’

It's the CLASS A TEAM, the horrifying home-made drug tanks built by ruthless Mexican crime gangs that have been seized by police. Dubbed 'Narco tanks' the fearsome vehicles are part of more than 100 impounded and destroyed by the authorities in the war on drugs. Two more were found over the weekend in Ciudad Camargo in Tamaulipas State on the border of Mexico with Texas, USA. Among those vehicles caught is the infamous 'El Monstruo.'

It's the CLASS A TEAM, the horrifying home-made drug tanks built by ruthless Mexican crime gangs that have been seized by police. Dubbed 'Narco tanks' the fearsome vehicles are part of more than 100 impounded and destroyed by the authorities in the war on drugs. Two more were found over the weekend in Ciudad Camargo in Tamaulipas State on the border of Mexico with Texas, USA. Among those vehicles caught is the infamous 'El Monstruo.'

It's the CLASS A TEAM, the horrifying home-made drug tanks built by ruthless Mexican crime gangs that have been seized by police. Dubbed 'Narco tanks' the fearsome vehicles are part of more than 100 impounded and destroyed by the authorities in the war on drugs. Two more were found over the weekend in Ciudad Camargo in Tamaulipas State on the border of Mexico with Texas, USA. Among those vehicles caught is the infamous 'El Monstruo.'

It's the CLASS A TEAM, the horrifying home-made drug tanks built by ruthless Mexican crime gangs that have been seized by police. Dubbed 'Narco tanks' the fearsome vehicles are part of more than 100 impounded and destroyed by the authorities in the war on drugs. Two more were found over the weekend in Ciudad Camargo in Tamaulipas State on the border of Mexico with Texas, USA. Among those vehicles caught is the infamous 'El Monstruo.'