Highly-modified Ford F-350 Is a Cool Turnkey Custom

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Ford F-350

Building a custom truck like this highly modified Ford F-350 takes time and money. Or, you could just buy this one.

Building a show-worthy custom truck is no simple endeavor. You’ve got to have the skills, the vision, and most importantly, the cash. Just take this killer 2012 Ford F-350 currently up for sale in the FTE Marketplace, for example. The original sticker price for this beast was just a hair over $60k. From there, the seller has spent countless dollars transforming it into his dream truck. And now, we’re betting he’s taking a large loss by parting with it.

But as they say, my loss is your gain. And in this case, scoring this custom Ford F-350 is the quickest and cheapest way to put a high quality build in your driveway. The Super Cab Lariat is already nicely equipped, with heated and cooled seats and navigation. But from there, the seller went hog wild with mods.

Ford F-350

The diesel engine has received a laundry list of upgrades, including an EGR delete, cold-air intake, 5-inch downpipe, and tune. No corners were cut here, as this Ford F-350 even has goodies like an aluminum radiator and fuel sump kit to ensure it runs cool and gets all the fuel it needs.

The suspension is equally kitted out. There’s a hydro steering assist setup, OUO trusses front and rear, beefy ladder bars, and a 3-link setup. Wilwood provided a massive brake upgrade, while Icon shocks sit at all four corners.

Then there’s the exterior, which looks ready to win some awards at your local car shows. There’s an RBP grille, smoked lights, fender flares, and custom badges. And it all rolls on 22-inch BMF Novakane wheels wrapped in 38-inch Nitto Trail Grappler rubber.

The list of mods on this killer Ford F-350 is so long the seller can’t even remember them all. Thus, if you’re looking for the perfect custom rig but don’t want to put all the time and money into building one, this stunning Super Duty is your turnkey solution!

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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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