2014 Ford F-150 Is a Nicely Modded Steel Body Pickup
If you can’t bring yourself to drive an aluminum Ford F-150, you won’t do much better than this clean white pickup.
To this point, the switch to aluminum bodies hasn’t hurt the Ford F-150 one bit. In fact, sales continue to climb as consumers reap the benefits of weight reduction. But there are those who just can’t bear the thought of driving anything other than a steel pickup, despite the new truck’s raging success. And for them, there are plenty of used pickups out there in the world. Like this nicely done 2014 Ford F-150 we spotted over in the Ford Truck Enthusiasts Marketplace.
The fully loaded 302A-equipped Ford F-150 has plenty to like even without mentioning the mods it also sports. Goodies like leather, the HD tow package, HID headlights, and an upgraded sound system. But to make this 36k mile truck even better, the original owner added a host of top shelf parts. They include a Full Race resonated exhaust to make the Ecoboost V6 sound just a little bit better than stock.
Spectra PhotoSync tint and Morimoto LED fog lights give the pretty white pickup a bit more visual jazz. And the addition of a Tuffy rear underseat storage lockbox gives you a place to store your valuables when on the road. But the real meat of this Ford F-150 lies in the $10k in suspension upgrades. It all begins with a 6-inch BDS lift and Fox coilovers, a nice place to start if you ask us.