With 57 modified cars representing Ford at the 2013 SEMA Show, it’s no surprise that its best-selling model will be present… and in a big way!
Ford has revealed six of its F-Series projects that will be heading to SEMA this year, and we know that there are more on the way. But for now, the American automaker has shown off renderings for a trio of F-150s, an F-250 and a pair of F-350 pickups.
The first F-150 is by JR Consulting, equipped for adventures at hunting, fishing, hiking and camping. It features an 11,000-lb winch from Superwinch, a CargoGlide storage cargo management system, 20-inch Dick Cepek all-terrain wheels paired to tires and more.
Next up is the F-150 by Skyjacker Suspensions built for enthusiasts into a backwoods lifestyle. Featuring a six-inch lift kit from Skyjacker Suspensions, the F-150 also has a locked storage area from TruckVault, bumpers from Fab Fours Inc. and BMF wheels matched with BFGoodrich Tires.
Finally, there is the F-150 from Fatal Clothing which is being billed as a full-size pickup posing as a street racer. Powered by a supercharged, 6.2-liter V8 engine the F-150 is good for 650 hp. Massive 24-inch DUB wheels fill up the wheel wells while the interior sports Katzkin interior with Fatal Clothing logo embroidered on the seats.
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As for the sole F-250, it’s built by Hulst Customs and sports powertrain upgrades from Banks Power, 22-inch wheels from American Rebel MFG and two-tone leather interior that matches the truck’s exterior scheme. Then there’s the pair of F-350s, with one built by Cars by Kris and one by EcoTrek. The Cars by Kris creation features suspension upgrades from Carli Suspension in order to handle 22-inch, eight-lug wheels from American Force Wheels. Performance upgrades include a Banks Power Ram-Air Intake, Straight-Shot Water-Methanol Injection System and iQ Man-Machine Interface.
Last, but not least, is the F-350 by EcoTrek which is an environmentally-friendly diesel truck with a 6.7-liter V8 under the hood. With two additional fuel tanks that have a range of 1,800 miles a piece. Giving it plenty of versatility is a rooftop shelter, a refrigerator, stoves and flexible solar panels. The custom truck can run on diesel, biodiesel or algae-based biodiesel.
Check back for coverage on all of Ford’s 2013 SEMA creations next week when the show kicks live.
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