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Standing nine feet tall, this 1999 Ford F-250 XLT Super Duty is a 4x4 customized over every inch to be pure off-road intimidation. So when you can look as bold as a Cigarette boat and tower over a city bus, and still get through the roughest terrains around, you know this is the coolest truck for the money even if it were at double the price!
You might have seen F-250s before, but you know none have ever been as distinctive as this. After all, what else would Kirk Dabney (pro monster truck driver of Monster Patrol) drive on the streets? He has this built with the custom two-tone blue and white that has a great dividing line made of light blue flames. And on truck this massive, you get plenty of room to really let the fire burn so you know no one is going to forget spotting it on the streets. But it's more than just the flames that make this machine memorable. The three-inch power bulge in the cowl hood, billet grille, upgraded headlights, smoked taillights, and tubular side steps are all great. Plus, with over twenty-four inches of suspension lift by Truck Toyz, all a sedan will really see are those massive tires in their rear-view mirror. But don't forget this intimidation machine is also still a useful pickup at its heart. That's why you have a full bed liner and trailer hitch.
Inside, this was all about retaining the factory comfort and space with just the right upgrades added. For example, the factory bucket seats up front now have a custom two-tone setup. This Ford came loaded with the right features like cruise control, power windows. power locks, tilt steering wheel, dual airbags, sliding rear window, power steering, and ice cold R134a air conditioning. Plus, the stereo has been upgraded to a Pioneer AM/FM/CD unit. And you'll love the custom touches like the flame-kissed pedals, carbon fiber dash appearance package, and auxiliary gauges on the A-pillar.
This is the era of the mighty 6.8-liter Triton V10 engine. And while it's famous for providing serious power, this fuel-injected powerhouse has been given a few nice upgrades. It inhales deeper with a AEM brute force cold air intake, and it exhales with extra authority thanks to the full Gibson exhaust system, including headers. The extra power and growl is exactly what you want for a custom 4x4 like this. After all, it has some serious hardware upgrades like dual billet shocks with reservoirs, custom radius arms with cross member, tri-link rear ladder bar, custom front shock/spring mount, custom rear spring hangers, and a Speedway Engineering front sway bar. It features a Dana 60 front diff, 10.5-inch rear end, and four-wheel disc brakes. Finishing off this go-anywhere package are large Super Swamper tires on Fuel black wheels.
Complete with owner's manual, you know a mean machine like this is instantly memorable. So don't let a cool custom 4x4 with a cool history slip away. Call today!!!