For the truck Ford Super Duty presented an exclusive performance of Highboy PackJune 4, 2020
One of the dealers of the American company decided to create a special picket for the full-size heavy truck Ford Super Duty, which was called the Highboy Pack and the price is $ 8,495
For some truck lovers, the original Ford F-250 Highboy was a highly coveted car in the late 1960s and late 1970s. Thanks to one of the dealers of the American automaker, this year you can purchase a full-size truck in the same legendary version. In one of the dealerships of the company, you can purchase a Ford Super Duty 2020 model year with the optional Highboy package. According to the creators of this pickup truck, the car combines factory equipment with parts from various tuning companies.
One of the first changes was a two-inch suspension lift.
After the car has gained extra ground clearance, the 35-inch BF Goodrich T / A K02 tires, which are “stretched” over the 18-inch polished Pro Comp wheels, sit in the wheel arches without any problems. On the sides of the truck will receive a two-tone pattern with the Highboy logo and the inscription 4×4. In addition to the classic look of the truck, there is a polished KC crossbeam with KC Daylighter lamps that are connected to a button on the front panel.
It is reported that a Ford dealer bought three Super Duty trucks for its warehouse. All equipped with STX and XL cab. The machine is equipped as standard with a chrome grille, chrome front and rear bumpers and chrome wing vents. Under the hood is a 7.3-liter Ford V8.
The High Boy package is priced at $ 8,495, including a three-year warranty (or 57,000 km) for all work. Pickup itself costs at least $ 45,000
Not long ago, we wrote that the new Ford Bronco was tested on the road. A severe test drive was filmed on video. The video later appeared on a YouTube channel called The Bronco Nation.
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