Custom F-150 Celebrates New Paint with a Burnout
Modified-looking F-150 packs a 351-cubic inch Windsor V8 and lots of tire-slaying potential.
This week’s “Tire Smokin’ Tuesday” video comes to us from the YouTube channel of Nick Kauffman and it features a 1995 Ford F-150 with a customized exterior roasting the rear tires. The burnout is short and sweet, showing what this ninth generation F-Series can do with its Windsor powerplant.
There are few details on this 1995 Ford F-150, but we know that it is powered by a 5.8-liter Windsor V8. We also know that it has a fresh two-tone paint job, along with some aftermarket wheels, a blacked-out front end and a set of projection headlights that really jump out on the murdered-out face.
There are no details on the engine beyond the size and origin, including on other videos of this truck, so we don’t know if anything has been done to improve the performance of the 351 Windsor V8. In stock form, this engine would have delivered 210 horsepower and 325 lb-ft of torque, which would be more than enough to do a healthy burnout. At the same time, this looks like a truck that could have some work done under the hood to match the unique exterior look, so it might have more than stock power.
The video begins with the 1995 Ford F-150 parked on a small bridge with an unfortunately-placed warning sign sticking up right in the middle of the grille, but if we look past the sign, we see a pretty solid burnout.
The tires are already spinning a bit when the clip begins and the driver holds the truck on the bridge with the tires ablaze for about ten seconds before letting the 1995 half-ton Ford roll forward and race off into the distance.
Crank up your speakers and enjoy!