Ford F-150 Military Edition Black Widow Is One Sweet Custom

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Many aftermarket Ford F-150 conversions use wrap for a custom look. But this one’s done the old fashioned way.

Fans of the Ford F-150 are living in the best of times, in our opinion. After all, we’ve never had so many options or trim levels to choose from than we do today. You can easily spec out the truck of your dreams right from Ford. And if that isn’t enough, there are a plethora of aftermarket companies out there to take things even further. One of our personal favorites is SCA Performance‘s Black Widow Ford F-150.

These lifted, customized, tough-looking conversions are pretty awesome as is. But SCA decided to take things a bit further with this – the Military Edition Black Widow Ford F-150. Sporting a killer matte tan paint job, it might just be the coolest looking F-150 out there, at the very least. At least the folks at Town and Country TV certainly think so.

Ford F-150 Military Edition Black Widow

Even better, this is no typical wrap job. “This truck actually started its life as an Oxford White F-150 XLT,” T&C notes. “They completely sanded it and repainted it from the ground up. They disassembled the entire truck, painted the door jambs, everything.” Which is something you don’t see a lot in this day and age of vinyl wraps.

Ford F-150 Military Edition Black Widow

The rest of the exterior sports the typical SCA Black Widow upgrades. That includes those gorgeous wheels, BFG K02 rubber, and a functional hood vent. A custom fabricated Fabtech 6-inch suspension lift gets this Ford F-150 into the air. And even the logos are painted onto the truck, which is a classy touch. A throaty Gibson exhaust and custom interior stitching rounds out a very nice package.

Ford F-150 Military Edition Black Widow

The matte finish continues inside, where a number of trim panels were painted to match. Add that to a nicely trimmed Ford F-150 base, and you’ve got a real winner. Not to mention a new contender for the nicest aftermarket F-150 conversion on the market!

Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other sites.

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