This Insane F-350 Is for the Discerning Doomsday Prepper

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If you need a truck that can haul all of your belongings, look no further than this one-stop-shop F-350.

Every once in a while, you come across a truck that just leaves you speechless. This crazy F-350 is one such truck. If you were to actually try to describe the monstrosity to someone, you might call it a camper, or a car hauler. Or what about a doomsday prepper’s dream ride? We’d call it all of the above, because this thing can literally serve as a rolling house.


For the record, the current mad-scientist owner named his creation the “Bulla Matari,” which literally translates to “breaker of rocks.” He could have just as easily named it “blower of minds.” But we digress. It all started innocently enough as a 2006 F-350 Lariat dually, which means that the truck itself comes nicely loaded from the factory.

Of course, you can’t buy an F-350 equipped with a camper that sleeps four, nor one that has a propane stove, fridge, microwave, hot water tank, and even a wood fireplace. Definitely not one designed to serve double duty as a car hauler. Specifically, to haul around a Porsche Spyder. Because even super paranoid preppers need to have a little fun every now and then.


That isn’t all this crazy F-350 carries, either. It’s also equipped to haul a 30-foot sailboat, a motorcycle, an 18-foot kayak with a mast and sail, and a pair of bicycles. So no matter where your adventure takes you, you’ll be ready. In case things go south on that trip, there’s even a “panic button” linked to a train whistle.

All of the above means this is probably the most multi-functional Ford truck we’ve ever laid our eyes on. If you dig that kind of thing, this F-350 carrier-of-things is actually advertised for sale in the Seattle-area Craigslist for the paltry sum of $30,000. Porsche (and paranoia) not included, of course.

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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