TRUCK PULLIN’ F-350 Owner Making His First Pull
This week’s Truck Pullin’ video features a Ford F-350 powered by a 6.0L PowerStroke diesel being piloted by a driver making his or her first ever sled pull.
Fabtech went to town on a 2015 F-150 with custom billet parts and sharp graphics at this year’s SEMA show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Chino, California aftermarket suspension company transformed an all-new Ford XLT SuperCrew into a unique, one of a kind off-road machine.
Ford truck enthusiast CharlaineC has taken on a wonderful project. She picked up a 1969 F-250 — named “Pearl” — that, though it needs a lot of help to get it to its former glory, both runs and drives. The rig has over three hundred thousand miles on it, which is to be expected for a truck that is over forty years old.
Walston has been a member of FTE since 2004 and is the proud owner of “The 60.” The 60 is the name he gave to the 1960 Ford F-100 that happily occupies his garage. The rig looks amazing on the outside, but it arguably looks even better under the hood. Walston and his son did a frame off rebuild of the classic Ford, and it doesn’t appear they could have done any better.
The SEMA show is a great place to see all of the wonderful new Ford aluminum trucks that we will start seeing on the streets around the country in the next couple of months. This white and black 2015 Ford F-150 Platinum SuperCrew by MAD Industries of Costa Mesa, California is one BADASS truck, period.