1987 Ford F150 4x4-1987 f-150

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Album Title: 1987 f-150
awesome truck
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nick martin phoenix, Arizona
1987 Ford F150 XLT LARIAT
302 automatic 4x4
Interior: tan
Exterior: white/brown
Mileage: 39450
10 inch suspension lift, 3 inch body lift, 38X15.50R16.5 Super Swamper TSL Radials, performance chip, K&N air filter and throttle body spacer all installed on this bad 302. the exhaust has Doug Thorley shorty headers going into dual chamber Flowmasters and out the dual exhaust. Rockford fosgate 1200 watt stereo system. Steal proof remote alarm, power windows, and locks.
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one touch off a button (fun) ...

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mud swamper ...

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power windows and locks ...

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dash pic ...

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clean interior ...

Killa Truck!! Good Work!!!
By mcn420

Sweet truck nice job!!
By dewster68

flames out the tailpipes? thats pretty high octain in those tanks huh?
By bhopper

love the flames dude
By TeulonF250

how did you get the tailpipe flames

Bad photoshop job is how. It's for effect, a 302 couldn't do that IMO.
By Rob West

rob west, your Pretty dumb, cause it really doesnt matter what size engine your have. Cause the way you hook up flames out the back is, hook a gas line routed from the pump into the middle of the tail pipe with a drip system, and then a spark plug after that hooked up to the ignition, or a switch in the dash, and then when you flick on the switch, it adds power to the plug, which in fact makes flames. Now the size of the flames matters, how fast the air in the exhaust flows, and how much fuel is added
By iamaguy1357

The Air Force just called-They want their afterburners back! Seriously, awesome job- even if doesn't spit fire!
By heatmon

Yup, flames are possible on any size engine. That is probably not from photo editing.
By MustangGT221

Looks cool Nick
By mark a.

Unf*ckingbelievable! i love it dude, that takes alot of hard work to make a truck like that and keep it that way... as for the flames it is possible to do with propane as well but iamaguy1357 got it too... hey keep 4 on the ground, your foot on the pedal and make er scream'
By FordPower300

lol thats NO photo shop job. I've seen some stuff similar to that (done with propane i believe.) but anyway Nice truck man!
By cletus_the_red

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