As if the Ford F-650 Super Duty doesn’t make a big enough statement by itself, check out what this owner did. A stock 4 wheel drive F-650 sits pretty high so the owner didn’t need to lift the truck. Instead, the original owner of this crew cab opted to black everything out. The wheels, bumpers, windows, exhaust, fuel tanks, etc., are all black. Then he opted to install the massive front bumper with full exoskeleton grill guard which has to be intimidating from the rear view mirror of any passenger car. That is, if the driver can even see above the winch carrying bumper.
Once you get past the massive “Get Out Of My Way” front end, the rest of the truck has been tastefully done. The all black looks really good on the truck. The flat plates right under the fuel tanks may take your eye away from some of the clean lines, but it was necessary to hide the power running boards that the owner installed. He knows with a truck like this, the honeys need a little help getting inside.
After you manage to get in, the interior has been treated to a full carbon fiber wrap. The dash, seat panels, doors and pretty much anything else the owner could pull off were all wrapped in carbon fiber. The factory radio was removed for an Alpine DVD/CD/MP3 player and the head rests, also, sport monitors to rear passenger entertainment.
Powering this beast is a 300 horsepower 7.2l C7 Caterpillar. The engine and entire powertrain appears to be stock, but the owner did decide to install some stacks. For some odd reason, he must have opted for stacks for a Ranger or something, because these tinny little stacks just look out of place on this massive truck. That is really our only complain with this massive rig.
What do you think?