This 1993 Ford Lightning is one of our favorite all time trucks.
The 5.8L V-8 pulls like crazy, the SVT tuned suspension is one of
the greatest road going truck suspensions ever, and the provenance
and history on this amazing example are tremendous. This is a
bonifide 2 owner Texas truck from new, with the original owners
manual, SVT letter, production numbers from SVT, and even the
original Radio and Fog Lights which have been upgraded over the
course of the trucks pampered life. The truck is said to be all
original paint except for the front bumper and grill which were
repainted for stone chips at some point, and inspection shows that
the rest of the body panels are, in fact, painted in correct single
stage Ford black paint (1993 was the only year for single stage
paint on the Lightning). If you've been looking for an outstanding,
collector quality Lightning that would be equally at home in a
museum or car show, look no further. This is an incredible example,
with ice cold air, recently replaced tires, excellent brakes that
needs nothing but a new home!
The 6×6 VelociRaptor takes the pickup truck and dials things up to 11 with six wheels and tires and three axles to provide an over-the-top driving experience.
According to the private seller offering this truck on ClassicCars.com, it’s an all-original 1972 Ford F-250 Camper Special that spent 45 years hidden away in a pole barn.
I’m in love. Head-over-heels in love. With a truck.
The 2009 Ford F-150 King Ranch Super Crew pickup that former President George W. Bush purchased after leaving the White House makes its third trip to a Barrett-Jackson auction.
Once upon a time, I accepted an offer to write a book only because it meant a series of conversations with Carroll Shelby.
Last fall at the SEMA Show, the Chevrolet display included the 2015 Chevrolet Silverado Toughnology Concept. Yes, you read correctly — Toughnology.
The Pick of the Day is the 45th Anniversary Tour replica of the evocative Dean Jeffries custom car built for the TV show
Vintage racers took a spin around the Milwaukee Mile, which hosted its first race more than 100 years ago
Lehman Keen is best known for building Safari Porsche 911s, but before that he was a professional race car driver with a childhood that revolved around Porsches.