Sinister Ford F-350 Build Makes the Perfect SEMA Exotic Tow Rig

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Sinister Diesel Ford F-350 SEMA 2018

If you’ve got to tow your supercar all over the place, you might as well do it in an incredibly intimidating Ford F-350.

Typically, car guys are also truck guys, and vice versa. Many of us own one of each, at the very least. And usually, the truck serves as our daily driver/workhorse while the car is something of a weekend/fair weather toy. Thus, while perusing the many fine wares at SEMA 2018, we were especially interested in this killer Ford F-350 and Lamborghini Huracan combo.

Of course, we’d rather be towing a Mustang or Ford GT, but that’s just us. We certainly wouldn’t turn our noses up at a Lambo, either. But we were particularly interested in the Ford F-350 that’s doing all the work here. Built by Sinister Diesel, it’s an extremely impressive rig that’s easily right up there with the best of what we’ve seen at SEMA thus far.

Sinister Diesel Ford F-350 SEMA 2018

Appropriately dubbed “Sintor,” this massive red rig features a full catalog of engine, suspension, and exterior upgrades. Underneath, it sports upgraded Ford F-450 axles, bigger brakes, and a Carli lift and coil springs. King provide the coilovers and shocks, and the leaf springs are from Deaver. Rounding out the impressive package are Sinister control arms from WFO.

Sinister Diesel Ford F-350 SEMA 2018

If the exterior of this Ford F-350 looks much different from your average Super Duty, that’s because it is. The wide fenders and bed are all custom aluminum, giving this truck a very Raptor-like appearance. It rides on massive 46-inch MRAP tires and 20-inch Stazworks wheels, and comes fitted with loads of Rigid LED lighting. A set of Addicted Desert bumpers rounds out an aggressive package.

Sinister Diesel Ford F-350 SEMA 2018

It all comes together to form what might be the coolest tow rig we’ve ever seen. And it’s also very reminiscent of the equally awesome Mega Raptor. But stay tuned, because we aren’t done here at SEMA just yet. There are plenty more sweet Ford trucks to show you on deck!

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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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