Two-toned Ford F-250 Brings Retro Style to SEMA

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Ford Truck Enthusiasts is in Vegas, baby, Vegas! And we’re bringing you the best & most exciting Ford trucks at SEMA.

This year’s SEMA delivers an embarrassment of riches for Ford truck lovers. We were immediately drawn to this Ford F-250 Super Duty custom build. The F-250, named “Project TuTone” took inspiration from classic Ford trucks from the 1970s and 1980s.

Project TuTone was created by 4 Wheel Performance in Wichita Falls, Texas. While it takes its cue from retro pickups, it has smartly utilized a lot modern and cutting edge technology.

The KC Daylighters are a nice nod to the past. But the custom winch, custom bull bar, and beautiful bumper is all new.

Ford F-250 Super Duty SEMA

The Super Duty has been modded with Rancho shocks, American Force wheels, BF Goodrich tires, Dynomax exhaust, and more to make this a high-performance rig.

Ford F-250 Super Duty SEMA

The chrome rollbar works perfectly with the throwback style.

Ford F-250 Super Duty SEMA interior

There is no doubt about the inspiration of the interior, clearly it is kicking it old school.

Ford F-250 Super Duty SEMA

We’re just going to say that this is an strong favorite for us. The two-toned paint job is perfection, and the custom details elevate the F-250 to a show stopper.

We will be reporting all week from SEMA, so keep checking in for more trucks!

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S.J. Bryan is an editor with Ford Truck Enthusiasts and regular contributor to F-150 Online and Harley-Davidson Forums, among other auto sites.

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