SOLD.....This outstanding one of a kind truck is the result of a
9 year build at a cost of $385,000. Every piece of this truck has
been replaced and refinished to jewel like condition starting with
a F100 truck body that was totally disassembled and stripped down
to the bare metal. The stock skeleton was boxed, notched, smoothed
and filled by Mike Gamble Street Rods of Arnold, Missouri. The
modified bed is constructed from a sheet of Lexan Poly Carbonate
flooring show casing the suspension work and detailing, it gives a
clearer look at the polished four link, brake lines, polished AODE
trans. and driveshaft. Ford 9 inch polished rear with 31-spline
axles, 3.73:1 gears and polished Wilwood 11.5 inch disc brakes
front and rear. A Heidt’s 4-link system was used to center the
axle, and Heidt’s coil overs set the ride perfect.
Power comes from a 32-valve dual over head cam Lincoln mill puts out the power anyone would ever need. A polished Griffin radiator, polished aluminum valve covers, intake and a custom made air duct system completes the engine bay. Borla polished stainless mufflers and Ford Motorsport headers with 3” polished exhaust complete the sound. The interior was given the same attention to detail with a dashboard from a Mid FiftyF100 and White face gauges fro Auto Meter, Vintage Air and Kenwood stereo. Mike Roth made a custom bench seat, the door panels, and a one off headliner. All components were covered in a luxurious Red with Black trim. Steering column and all other visible metal surfaces were polished. The finishing touches outside is a flawless Dupont Red and Black finish from top to bottom with subtle Gold and Silver graphics. Wheels 18X8 and 20X10 Billet SpecialtiesVintec ride on 245/40/18 and285/35/20 B F Goodrich G-Force tires. Numerous magazine coverage of this spectacular truck as well as ISCA Champion Best Truck of the show in Kansas City, Chicago, Des Moines & Duluth, Truck of the year at Supernationals in Pigeon Forge, CASI Cup winner Best Truck in Kansas City, Goodguys Lone Star Nats., Trick Truck Coral Pick and a Roush pick Ford in a Ford.
The new enterprise will assist high-end collector car buyers and sellers to make deals outside the auction arena; McLaren F1 is first offering
German seller is ready to part with an extremely low-mileage McLaren F1, but only to those prepared to pay $24 million up front
In conjunction with the opening day of the Classic & Sports Car Show at the Alexandra Palace in London, the McLaren F1 was honored as the “Greatest Supercar Ever”
McLaren Special Operations may not have placed such an advertisement, but it has distributed a news release to inform that McLaren F1 069 is available for sale.
Jay Leno has called it “the greatest car of the 20th Century.” It was the McLaren F1, of which only 106 were built between 1992 and 1998 by the British racing team.
This car moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it
The documentary was expected to premiere in August
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