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Old 01-03-2010, 12:32 AM
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The Raptor CAN get better

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For a mere $130k and you can't drive it on the road. It is super cool though!!!
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so thats the actually racing model?
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Looks like it, its not street legal..
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so thats the actually racing model?
Yes, the intent is you fork over $100k, and line up at the Baja or Dakar rally as it is.

Pretty cool that they are willing to sell them though, and if you have built a truck close to those specs you are looking at at least double that in terms of cost!
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ford engineers drinking even more badass koolade, wish they'd do a roush or shelby F250
With the increasing interest in diesels I wouldnt be surprised if they did! HAs anyone heard about Roush coming out with any diesel products? (probably too much legal/warranty sht stopping them)
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I don't see too many superduties in the Baja 1000.
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I don't see too many superduties in the Baja 1000.
Ummm nope, all that weight and wheelbase tips over too easily. Was thinking more in terms of 1/4 mile drag truck with Shelby or Roush.
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I'd like to have one in a super crew !!!!!!!
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Yes, the intent is you fork over $100k, and line up at the Baja or Dakar rally as it is.
Oh no. Don't tell carpenter547
Maybe the price tag will keep it out of the hands of people like us, unlike the normal Raptor.
Sorry couldn't resist.


That is pretty awesome that Ford's doing stuff like this.
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