Ford Ranger are amazing little trucks. They’re great at hauling, pulling, and, as we’ve seen many times now, jumping. Apparently jumping this Ranger was the driver’s New Year’s resolution, and he clearly enjoyed every minute of it.
Ford trucks may simply be amazing in and of themselves, but when you throw their history and past into the mix they become even more enthralling. So today we’re going to look at two rigs that could be considered great grandparents to the brand new 2015 Ford trucks — the 1978 F-150 and 1976 F-250 that make their home in VaFordman26′s garage!
Halloween is a wonderful time of the year. The stores are packed full of last-minute shoppers, awful childish music is polluting the air, and snotty-nosed kids show up at your doorstep wearing Ninja Turtle outfits and demanding some of your precious delicacies. Maybe it’s not always the most convenient or cost effective time of the year, but [...] More »
There are always mixed opinions regarding the Ford Raptor. Some Ford truck enthusiasts love it while others find it to just be a souped-up F-150. Regardless of your opinion on the truck itself, there is no denying that the thing can, indeed, fly. This particular truck is a 2010 Raptor which has been improved upon [...] More »
77&79F250 is a retired Army helicopter crew chief and door-gunner now spends much of his time working on the many trucks he has in his garage and four-wheeling when he can. He has been a member of the site since 2007 and considers himself a “workaholic” — and with six rigs in his garage, that [...] More »