Fresh Off the Farm F-100 Hot Rod Takes Vegas Strip by Storm
Built by Lucky 7 Speed Shop, the Goodguys Ford ‘GRT-100’ F-100 is the only luck you’ll need at the casinos of Sin City.
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Lady Luck may not always be on your side, but this 1969 Ford F-100 built by Sacramento, California’s Lucky 7 Speed Shop will never leave your heart.
Presented by Goodguys, the ‘GRT-100’ (‘Goodguys Race Truck’) F-100 is one hell of a resto-mod. What used to be an old farm truck was transformed in the span of a few months into a slammed beast ready for the drag strip.
Under the hood and over the front pair of 18-inch US Mags and BF Goodrich tires is a Roush Performance-tuned Coyote 5.0-liter SR V8 pumping out 425 ponies and 475 lb-ft of torque through the six-speed Tremec manual transmission to the back.
The inside of the F-100 is equally refreshed, from the color-matched Dakota Digital gauges and comfortable bucket seats, to the Vintage Air HVAC system and plenty of sound insulation for you to enjoy the banging sound system on the road.
A hard tonneau cover does double duty out back, protecting any cargo in the bed while providing plenty of downforce over the rear tires with the built-in spoiler. The whole thing is done in PPG Toner Red with matte PPG Hot Rod Black accents.
This is one F-100 that will leave you breathless; we’re still trying to catch ours.