TRUCK YOU! 2013 F-150, 1967 F-100 Ranger and a 1969 F-100 Project
When it comes to trucks, we have to admit that more really is better. That’s not to say that owning one truck is amazing in and of itself, but rather that owning two or more is a rather exciting prospect. After all, who would want to own just one Ford truck?
And if you did, which would it be? While we’re sure that there are many people out there who are completely satisfied with the rig they chose, it would be hard to deny that there’s always another one out there that they would love to own, and there’s no shame in that. After all, Ford makes some outstanding trucks!
Today we’ll be stepping into the garage of FTE member Turbo Dog, who is the proud owner of several Ford trucks, and taking a closer look at his impressive rides that lie within!
As we mentioned above, Turbo Dog is the owner of several superb Ford trucks. Two of these are classic rigs, and the other is a modern day beast. To begin, Turbo Dog owns a 2013 Ford F-150 FX4 with a 5.0L motor. The ride is a Super Cab, and a sports a SnugTop BedRug with a futon, blue bed lights, Power Stop drilled and slotted rotors with Hawk ceramic pads, and a 32” LED light bar.
He is also the proud owner of a 1967 F-100 Ranger Camper Special and a 1969 F-100 Ranger. The ’69 F-100 is a project, and currently sports a 360 cubic inch motor and four speed transmission. The ’67 is certainly not a project, and is absolutely gorgeous. Sporting a 460 cubic inch motor and C6 transmission with a Wieand Stealth intake, a 1” spacer, an Edelbrock carburetor, and much more, we’d say this old school beauty is flawless!
Go stop by Turbo Dog’s garage and leave some comments, browse the photography, and have a great time! Be sure to keep your garage up to date and maybe you’ll be featured next week on TRUCK YOU!