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Old 01-20-2012, 01:52 PM
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F150 Fx4 Tuscany

Not sure if these are factory or not I could not find anything at the Ford site but these are sitting on a dealers lot close to where I work so I thought I would share them.

They have a 4" lift, 20 FTX wheels, duals out the rear, and some other cool add ons.


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Old 01-20-2012, 05:23 PM
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No, they're not factory.

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I really like that red one...ditch the chrome tail gate handle, put an exhaust that exits out the side so it doesn't interfere with launching boats and remove the bull bar on the front and it's just right. Very sharp, I like the extra height.
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A bit gaudy for my taste.
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I like em both. My local dealer does something similar to an F-150 and SD every year but they sit for months before selling.
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I don't care for the chrome finish but I like the lift. Too bad they didn't use black instead.
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I really like that red one...ditch the chrome tail gate handle, put an exhaust that exits out the side so it doesn't interfere with launching boats and remove the bull bar on the front and it's just right. Very sharp, I like the extra height.
with the lift, those tips gotta be 'bout 2' off the ground ... how deep do you launch your boat !?!?! i dont even bet my tires wet ....

love the bull bar, square tips are different so they can stay.

loose the hood, black out the chrome on the tailgate.

i could do without the lift, they sit so friggin tall to begin with, i don't much see the point. but then again, i lowered my t-bird, so its all in the eye of the beer holder
nice to get ideas and see pics of mods ...
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with the lift, those tips gotta be 'bout 2' off the ground ... how deep do you launch your boat !?!?! i dont even bet my tires wet ....

love the bull bar, square tips are different so they can stay.

loose the hood, black out the chrome on the tailgate.

i could do without the lift, they sit so friggin tall to begin with, i don't much see the point. but then again, i lowered my t-bird, so its all in the eye of the beer holder
nice to get ideas and see pics of mods ...

Depends on the launch, I've been known to back my bass boat into some "unimproved launches"....basically a big hole in the bank wide enough for my boat to fit and I make it happen...rear exit exhausts aren't good for that.
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Too much of a 'mall crawler' look for me.
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If you go to Tuscany's site...link provided above by Shotgunz...go to their truck portion in the GM column and click on "black ops". There's a sweet blacked out F150 in the gallery. Much more my taste than the red or white seen here.
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very nicely done.
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Not that I'm a Chevy fan at all, but that one doesn't look too bad. Not as good as the F150 of course. Theres a black and chromed out FTX running around here where I live. I've always seen a woman driving it also. Prolly her husbands I'd guess... It looks cool, not crazy about the hood and I think I would have black wheels with aluminum/chrome accents if it were mine. Maybe like these-
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This is the one that catches my eye...love that murdered out styling, and I have my eye on those steps for my 06.
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Heck yeah thats a sweet truck! That thing is bad ace now!
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Not that I'm a Chevy fan at all, but that one doesn't look too bad. Not as good as the F150 of course. Theres a black and chromed out FTX running around here where I live. I've always seen a woman driving it also. Prolly her husbands I'd guess... It looks cool, not crazy about the hood and I think I would have black wheels with aluminum/chrome accents if it were mine. Maybe like these-

I know lots of women who would own and drive a truck just like you are describing so don't assume it belongs to a husband.
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