TRUCK YOU! Welcome to Bullitt390’s Garage

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Blackie

Meet Blackie, the 1974 Custom Ford F-100 that makes its home in Bullitt390‘s garage. Joining Blackie in this cozy abode are two trucks nicknamed Rattlehead and Marshall.

Rattlehead is a 1987 Ford Ranger 4×4 2.9L 5 speed and Marshall is 2006 Ford F-250 XLT 6.0L PowerStroke Diesel 4×4.

Besides being the proud owner of these three spectacular trucks, Bullitt390 is a Supporter here on Ford-Trucks and has been a member of the site since August of 2001.

Marshall

The self-proclaimed “Certified Thread Hijacker” is truly a dedicated member and a genuine Ford fan, and it is an honor to display his garage today!

Taking a seat comfortably beside Blackie in the garage is Marshall — the 2006 F-250 XLT 6.0L PowerStroke Diesel 4×4. The truck is equipped with shiny rims, clean white paint, Goodrich tires, and a true Ford look.

In addition to this, the perks of this vehicle include DashBoss and a custom Y-pipe fabrication. Because of this knowledge, I think we might be able to forgive Bullitt390 if his dining of choice was Tokyo Joe’s!

Rattlehead

Perhaps the most interestingly named of the bunch, Rattlehead is a 1987 Ford Ranger 4×4 2.9L 5 speed. The truck is clearly lifted and sporting some serious rims and rugged tires.

This is certainly a truck worthy of on or off-road use, and is sure to turn some heads when plowing down the Colorado streets. On that same note, I’m sure he never has to worry about the snow!

Blackie2

And then it’s back to Blackie. Bullitt390 bought this truck back in 1993 and has owned it ever since. At different points in its life it has been painted red and white, all red, and now broadcasts a plain-and-simple black that suits it quite well. Because Bullitt390 used this beast as a drag truck at Bandimere Speedway, the F-100 is on it’s sixth engine.

This truck has many modifications and upgrades, including (but definitely not limited to) a Blue Thunder dual quad intake, Holley BJ/BK carbs, a 3G alternator conversion, and front and rear sway bars.

In addition to those, the wheels and interior have been upgraded. The only future modification that he hopes to accomplish is lowering the front and rear of the truck.

So go check out his garage! Leave some comments, browse the photography, and have a good time!

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