Rare Ford F-350 Power Stroke Dually Is the Business
While most jacked-up Fords feature obnoxious paint jobs and ‘look-at-me-bro’ accessories, this F-350 is downright tasteful.
What Bobby likes may not be the same as what Johnny likes, and what we like may not be the same as what you like. But, for one second, we think we may all agree that this Ford F-350 dually is the absolute business.
We think that the builders truly knocked it out of the park with this bad boy. The 1997 F-350 is the last “great” body style that adorned the Super Duty until recent times. Between then and the return of the new generation heavy-duty truck, the design palette always seemed a bit “confused.”
This 1997 F-350 features a mighty 7.3-liter Power Stroke V8 engine under the hood, which brand-new produced 210 horsepower and 425 lb-ft of torque at a mere 2,000 rpm. There’s no official word on whether this specific Power Stroke has been tweaked, but our guess is absolutely. We mean, just look at the rest of the truck.
Under the massive rig is a dual Fox shocks system with reservoirs, managing a set of 22-inch Alcoa semi wheels on 37-inch Toyo Tires. Oh, and in case you’re wondering, that’s a whopping six-inch lift on that bad boy.
We may not agree on all things Ford trucks, but we can probably agree that this is one bad mofo!
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