There's not much left to this truck, but there's a lot to like. Turning a big F5 Ford commercial truck into a rat rod takes a certain vision, and we can't think of too many chops that have bias ply dualies out back. There's no video included but we swear that we can hear those straight pipes just from looking at the photos.
This is pretty outside of our realm but we'd love to see someone name all of the donor parts that are on this thing. The seller claims that the only thing it needs are some lights and you're ready to roll which seems like a ballsy claim.
The 360 isn't a motor that we would choose for a build, but it fits perfectly in this project since we imagine it was basically a "what do we have laying around?" kind of deal. Dash mounted oil, temp, and battery gauges make us think the seller at least contemplated this truck serving more than burnout duty at the farm though.
Similarly, a new looking gas tank is fitted directly behind two seats that look an awful lot like they came from a farm implement. Again, we're sure someone with a better eye could tell us their provenance but we dig it. The chopped glass looks nicely proportioned, if a bit unfinished.
This is listed as a RWD truck so we're not sure what the second lever is for but maybe we're missing something obvious.
We see these types of chopped and skewed trucks come up every now and then and they almost always seem to come from somewhere in the Great Plains and are photographed in similar argi-industrial settings. We don't know if there's a name for this "movement" but we like it and salute it.
Find this "Farm Use" vehicle on eBay in Ogallala, Nebraska with no reserve and bidding under $500.
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