Wild & Crazy 1979 Ford F-150 at SEMA
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.
This week’s Truckin Fast video features a fairly new Ford F-150 in some quarter mile drag racing action. Nothing is known about this pickup other than the fact that is supercharged and that it obviously has a V8 engine.
This week’s Mudfest video features a Ford F-150 that has been lifted and fitted with a set of 35-inch mud tires, showing us how not to tackle the mud pit.
The Baja 1000 is—arguably—the craziest race in world. For almost 50 years, teams from around the globe have flocked to the Mexican state of Baja California to test their mettle against some of the most unforgiving terrain on the planet.
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!