It sounds like it would be a pointless race, but it looks like this old school F-150 has a few mods to help it hand a beating to the Scion.
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 »
Author: Ken Payne I fondly remember driving the 2004 F-150 at the press ride and drive before it was in full production. The truck received stares and universal approval as we cruised through the Texas countryside, stopping for meals and drinks (non-alcoholic of course!) along the way. The truck was a real head turner. […] More »
Author: Ken Payne Ford Truck Enthusiasts is pleased to announce we have a new project truck, a Stage 1 Roush F-150 FX4. The Roush Stage 1 package adds aggressive styling and enhanced suspension to the already durable Ford F-150 FX4. The suspension features new front and rear shocks, rear leaf springs, front coil springs, […] More »
Author: Ken Payne Roush F150 Project Truck Articles 04/24/2006 – Introduction: Roush F150 Project Truck 06/09/2006 – Roush F-150 Poject Truck – The Roush Difference 06/13/2006 – How-To: Volant Cold Air Intake Installation, F-150 Project Truck 07/12/2006 – Roush F-150 Project Truck – Stealth bulb installation 08/08/2006 – Installing A Magellan Integrated Ford F150 Nativation […] More »