Yes, I built a $62,530 truck. It’s not difficult to get a truck in the $50,000 plus range. That’s why the number one luxury vehicle on sale in the country is the Ford F-150.
My buddy had a 1979 F-150 back in high school but it didn’t look anything like this wild and crazy white beast at this year’s SEMA show. For starters, the engine wasn’t chromed out, but it did fit inside the engine bay.
Welcome to BFGoodrich Member Profiles, where we’ve chosen a member to detail from our forums. This is Gary Lewis and he has been a huge tech resource here on Ford Truck Enthusiasts and a great help on our boards. We’ll profile him in this article and take a quick peak into his life as a […] More »
Most people connect with family during awkward reunions, obscure weddings, and smiling Christmas cards. However, dusterbd13 is not most people. Rather than tolerating his niece or avoiding communication with the younger generation, he decided that they would get his fifteen-year-old niece — Bree — her first truck: a glorious 1977 Ford F-150. Equipped with a fresh […] More »
By Tyson Murphy Total cost of the project (assuming you have all the necessary tools) – $25 Tools/Materials Needed: Can of 3M 90 Hi-Strength Adhesive (got this at Home Depot for about $4) Suede in your color choice. I got mine from Field’s Fabrics. Here is a direct link to the page with all the […] More »