This Insane 1967 Ford F-100 is a 1300 HP Beast

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Some people like their trucks nice and stock, others like them lifted and with huge off-road tires, and a few others like to add a little power and keep up with today’s sports cars. That being said, a very unique bunch want a polished show queen they can win car show trophies with, and conquer race tracks.

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Such is the case of this insane Pro Street 1967 Ford F-100, which was (unsurprisingly) built for the 2007 SEMA show. With a build cost of over $150,000 dollars, there isn’t much this beast isn’t capable of, save for returning a gas mileage figure in the double digits!

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We’ll start with the crazy appearance which is perhaps the most interesting detail about this truck. For starters, the bullet holes along the side are said to be real. In addition to the “custom” body work are more “conventional” parts such as: suicide doors, smoothing and shaving work on every body panel, unique bumpers and grille, and a top-notch paint job with custom graphics that took many man hours to lay down.

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The best part, however, is what’s under the hood, or should I say through the hood? A whopping 545 cubic inches of 8-71 supercharged madness that pumps out 1,300 horsepower, and propels this truck through the quarter mile in just eight seconds. The beast of a motor is based on a Ford Racing block built with Blue Thunder heads, a Crane cam, and dual 950 cfm Holley carbs on top. It that’s not enough, there’s extra boost available via dual shot of nitrous!

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This insane ’67 is quite possibly the wildest one in existence, and the attention to detail is extremely impressive. Everywhere you look you’ll find things you may not have noticed the first or second time around, which is a testament to the work that went into it. If you’re looking for a truck you can show, or use as the ultimate street cruiser, you can buy it here. 

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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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