just had the pleasure of driving this. 7.3lt turbo, must say it went better than I expected, infact I reckon it would give the old EA Ghia more than a run for it's money. Great fun, Made my day really:s6:
Geez they're huge aren't they!! I love 'em.
Nearly need 7.3 litres of turboed diesel to cart it around. I showed my wife one a while back,saying that I was going to get one to fit the family in...she freeked out. I dunno if it'll fit in my garage.:s6:
I am not sure if it's one of the new ones, it was imported and cut up before Ford brought them back. The guy that owns it is a crazy man, buy's brand new car's and takes them straight in to have blowers fitted, HSV's, Tickfords, Landcruisers even a Harley. He also own a Chev Ute and says the Ford pisses all over the chev as far as grunt goes.
after having seen a couple of those F250 in flesh, i am starting to love them! wouldn't mind one to be honest. it would be good to for intimidation on the road! that thing probably runs riceboys off the road! hehe
Now thats a <b>UTE</b>!
Throw the front and side bars, mudflaps...away and slam 8-10" out from the ride, top of with 18"x10's front 20"x10's back.
Couldnt call it a Ricer, umm... whats a american made car called then?
We'll have to give them a name...Korn'er!(pop corn)
Anyone care to have a go at a name for them?
Takin it to 7 turnin it to 11
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