Badass Super Duty Is Ready for the Zombie Apocalypse

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Even if you aren’t stacking up cans of food in your basement, it’s easy to appreciate this unique Super Duty.

Whether or not you believe the end of the world is nigh, you can’t deny the appeal of doomsday prepper type vehicles. Honestly, we aren’t the types of paranoid folks storing years of canned food in our basements, but we can still appreciate cool looking zombie-killer trucks and badass, beastly truck that look like something from a Mad Max flick. And this crew cab Super Duty that we came across online certainly fits that description with a style befitting any futuristic end-of-the-world type flick.

We spotted the blacked out, badass Super Duty while perusing Reddit. And while the truck sports a number of interesting mods, that custom bed is obviously the centerpiece. A flatbed with tubular tie-down points and a built-in winch is certainly capable of putting in work, but more importantly, it looks cool too.

Of course, all of this makes Reddit user “Wasted Childhood” curious as to what you might call such a thing. “It looks like a custom made dovetail style flat bed with some tube side rails,” replies bwfixit. That actually sounds pretty accurate. Of course, so does OcotilloFields assessment: “Looks metal.” Indeed.

Others, however, aren’t as impressed with the custom metalwork, giving it derogatory terms such as “brodozer.” But hey, haters gonna hate, right?

According to Yakasaka, the wild Super Duty is actually for sale locally. “That’s a dealership in my town. Weird seeing that truck on here. They wanted $90,000 for it 3 years ago when I saw it. It’s at Elite Motors in Cartersville, Ga. I’ll try and swing by there and snag some pictures. They used to have it advertised as ‘the ultimate prepper tactical vehicle’ or something like that.”

Out of curiosity, we perused the dealer’s site and social media looking for more clues. But alas, we couldn’t find any trace of this interesting Super Duty. Perhaps someone fell in love and bought it. If nothing else, they’ll certainly be ready for the zombie apocalypse!

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Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other sites.

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