Mean, Clean F-350 Powerstroke Is Worth a Stare

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Keeping an all-black Ford F-350 clean in the winter isn’t easy. But in this case, it’s totally worth it!

If you’re a fan of modified Fords, you’re undoubtedly a fan of Instagram. After all, a social media platform designed solely around the concept of showing off pictures and videos is tailor-made for badass trucks. The only problem with that, of course, is that Instagram is chock-full of so many drool-worthy pickups that it’s hard to truly stand out. However, isn’t a problem when you drive an amazing F-350 like Instagrammer Nick Viens.

🚧 no trespassing 🚧

A post shared by Nick Viens (@97_stroka) on Nov 26, 2017 at 8:06am PST

Some might argue that Nineties F-Series pickups are largely underappreciated in favor of their older and newer brethren, so it’s nice to see one get the full treatment. And in this case, less is certainly more. A complete blackout is all you need to make this heavy duty hauler look absolutely badass. Well, that and a lift, 20×12″ (also black) Moto Metal wheels, and beefy off-road Federal tires. The mighty 7.3-liter Powerstroke diesel under the hood doesn’t hurt, either.

Happy Saturday you fucks

A post shared by Nick Viens (@97_stroka) on Nov 25, 2017 at 7:25am PST

And lest you think this F-350 is nothing more than a show boater, think again. Out back you’ll find a massive SnoPro sport deck, which Veins uses to haul around his other toy – a Polaris RMK 155, one of the most “flickable” snowmobiles on the market. We can’t think of two better toys to own when you live in snowy Methuen, Massachusetts.

She dirty but the #axys is clean 👍

A post shared by Nick Viens (@97_stroka) on Nov 4, 2017 at 8:49am PDT

The only downside to this dynamic duo? An all-black truck isn’t exactly easy to keep clean in the winter time. But judging by his vast array of stunning photography, that isn’t a problem for Veins. And when you’ve got an F-350 worthy staring at, it makes up for all that cold weather scrubbing. And we’re guessing the hours spent blasting around the snowy countryside is a nice consolation prize, too!

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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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