‘Devils Lettuce’ Will Have You Addicted to F-100s
Beautifully shot by Hot Rod Dirty’s Photography, this custom 1964 F-100 stops being cool for no one.
Classic Ford trucks have tons of character. Some present themselves as blue-collar trucks that work hard on the job. Others are show ponies strutting their stuff at the country club. A few are speed demons, hell-bent to destroy all comers on the strip or street.
Then, there’s this 1964 F-100 shot by Hot Rod Dirty’s Photography. Dubbed “Devils Lettuce,” the F-100 exudes cool from its patina’d green body.
From the moment the start button is pushed, the F-100 pulls no punches on its badassery. Every angle captures “Devils Lettuce” letting the world know there’s a new bad boy in town, ready to give new meaning to “Thunder Road.”
Even when standing still, the F-100 doesn’t need to tell any lesser pickups not to mess with it. With its commanding presence beautifully displayed, you just know how awesome it is.
If it must flex on ’em, though, the F-100 can easily do so, thanks to its 4.6-liter V8 pulled from a P71 Police Interceptor. The “Devils Lettuce” is the definition of “Smoke ’em if you got ’em.”
Hot Rod Dirty’s Photography does an excellent job capturing the F-100’s details, too, especially the lovely brownish-red interior with bejeweled studs placed every so often, and the equally rugged and handsome wood bed in the back. Pure class all the way.
The “Devils Lettuce” was recently offered on eBay by its builder, Traditional Hot Rod, where it sold for a little over $30,000. Whomever the lucky owner of this tough F-100 is, they’ve got a truck that will make everybody stop and stare.