This is my 2005 Ford F350 lariat crew cab 8' bed Powerstroke Diesel with 132,600 miles. This truck has numerous modifications. I have over $30,000 into the truck. My loss, your gain. I also have a complete log of all maintenance and upgrades performed AND EVERY RECEIPT on this vehicle during my possession. Many of the parts have warrantees. The modifications are as follows: AFE cold air intake 4" straight pipe exhaust SCT tuner with 3 custom tunes 8" BDS suspension lift kit with 2" spacers for a total of 10" of lift. brand new 40" T oyo Open Country mud terrain tires 22" Fuel Octane rims dual King steering stabilizers Fox shocks all the way around LED tail lights HID head lights 8000K Halo projector Headlights (still in box!) Running boards Spray in bed liner full audio system including 2 12" subs and touch screen head unit blue underglow limo tinted rear windows and 20% front blue interior lights 20" led light bar 50" led light bar mounted underneath the front bumper (not pictured) brand new alternator new power steering pump new thermostat full front end recently serviced Box includes halo projector headlights, two pod driving lights 8,000K hid with blue halos, two yellow led strips (planned to use as running lights) and a few powerstroke stickers.
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Auto blogMon, 29 Jul 2013 10:31:00 EST
Ford is recalling 33,021 units of its 2013 C-Max Hybrid not equipped with optional panoramic roof panels. During testing, the model in question returned testing results for occupant head injuries that fell outside of criteria laid out in the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard. The issue puts occupants at greater risk of injury in the event of a crash if they are in an affected car.
The recall will begin August 19, at which time C-Max Hybrid owners can take their cars to dealers to have energy-absorbent material installed between the headliner and roof. The bulletin below from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has more information.
Wed, 03 Apr 2013 19:50:00 EST
Vaughn Gittin Jr. spends a great deal of his workday going sideways, but he's usually alone in the endeavor. For a guy that is clearly a dog lover, we imagine that can get a bit lonely.
That won't be a problem for Gittin in this latest video, which features the racer hanging out with his good pal Brody (a dog) and everyone's favorite hot hatch, the Ford Fiesta ST.
The Ford Atlas Concept was one of the quiet success stories of the 2013 Detroit Auto Show, and now Ford has given us a quick glimpse as to how that creation came to be. Designers actually combined two early sketches to build the Atlas. One, called the Bullet Train, is a futuristic, aerodynamic creation, while the other, aptly named the Locomotive, features the squared off proportions we're familiar with.
Once designers settled on the truck's proportions, they began nailing down exactly which attributes they wanted the final design to have. The Concept's notched windshield originated as a forked glass roof that seamlessly transitioned into the windscreen.
Likewise, designers wanted to fit the truck's tailgate with a storage compartment for tools and a first aid kit, but settled on the dual-purpose step/cargo cradle. Interestingly enough, the concept's active aero shutter wheels actually originated in some of the earliest sketches. Check out the photos and slides here for a closer look.