We showed you Ford’s customized Escapes and Explorer for this year’s SEMA show, now check out their tricked-out F-Series trucks. There are three of them, two based on the F-150, and one based on the F-250 super duty, and they’ve done a solid job of tuning them in a SEMA sort of way.
There is the Silver F-150 by Truckin Magazine which features a Shelby-inspired paint job and a body kit, as well as lowered suspension and big wheels. It is the classiest of the three. Power comes from a 3.5 liter V6 EcoBoost engine.
Then we have the K-Daddyz Kustomz F-150, which should be able to wow the SEMA crowd with its extremely low suspension – adjustable of course – 24-inch wheels, and red paint job with some flames on it. This one also has a Rockford Fosgate sound system.
The custom F-250 model is done by Kelderman Air Suspension System and Monster Energy Drink. Unlike the other two that are lowered, this one is jacked-up on an air suspension system that provides up to 10-inch lift and has Sway-A-Way remote reservoir shock absorbers, chrome-coated and green components, and a AccuAir TouchPad controller.