Ford F-150 pickup is presented in retro style.July 13, 2019
Among other things, the retro pickup is distinguished by a two-color trim of a chrome-plated crossbeam. The price of the car is not reported. Modernization involved the guys from the dealership Ford.
In the late 1990s and in the 2000s, American automakers are a little “crazy” from retro design – this feature was very popular. Some projects were simply awesome, while others were very popular. I must say that modern pickups were never produced in such a style.
But the guys who work in one of the American Ford dealerships in Ohio decided to fix it and presented a full-size Ford F-150 truck that looks exactly like many cars in the United States from the distant 1970s and 1980s . The resulting car is called the BFP Retro F-150, and, as you can see, it’s more than just a two-tone body style. Red F-150 acquires the same exterior elements that were characteristic of the trucks of the time.
A special retro look applies to the front and back of the car and the tailgate, although true Ford truck fans will notice that the roof has not received such a redesign. There are also no stripes for the separation of two colors (this is how it was before). Despite this, the truck still looks absolutely amazing.
Two-tone trim – this is not all changes. Large chrome beam mounted on a cargo platform, on which additional lighting is installed. This F-150 comes with a 3.5-inch suspension with smart wheels and a set of 35-inch off-road tires. The 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine remains serial under the hood, while the exhaust system is installed differently from the Roush studio.
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