A Badass 1966 Ford F-100 Baja Runner

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Since moving to California a few months ago, I’ve begun to be immersed in the very different car culture that is on the West Coast. While somewhat similar to that of the Mid-West, the West Coast definitely has its own unique sub-set of automotive culture.


One part of this culture is trucks and SUVs that have been built to not only tackle dunes, but anything an open landscape can throw at them. Pre-Runners, Baja rigs, and rock crawler dominate much of the truck landscape out here, and this 1966 Ford F-100 is a prime example of it.


The owner, Kris Foresee didn’t really have a goal in mind, but the end result is just spectacular. It has trimmed front fenders to allow for greater travel, bobbed bedsides, it’s suspension allowing for massive amounts of articulation, and dips. But it’s the rather unique exterior and interior that give this truck its soul.


Kris kept the inter and exterior fairly stock, which just adds to the coolness factor this truck has. It’s the perfect desert pre-runner and rock crawler. It’s not flashy, it doesn’t take itself too seriously and it’s just the epitome of cool. What do you all think of Kris’s design? Sound off in the comments below.

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