A brown tone may not be the first choice for truck builds, not to mention it might ...
A brown tone may not be the first choice for truck builds, not to mention it might not be your cup of tea as well. But when it’s done right, you’ll sure get hooked. And here’s a beautiful 1955 Ford F100 truck with the cool brown theme sure to give the non-fan a change of heart.
The tasteful brown paintwork, great stance and several ’70s inspired features are one of the many great attributes that make this truck a real head-turner. It’s got nice fitting wheels, cool side pipes and sexy molds from both the front and rear end. The custom work done on the grille and bumpers also adds an additional cool.
The brown theme doesn’t just stop with the paint color. Going inside reveals several wood in places you wouldn’t think it can belong. How about wood in the door panels and center console? And yes, they look really slick and cool. Door panels also wear a Louis Vuitton-like design and there’s a dimple died roll cage too.
Woodworking done for this truck isn’t just present in the interior. This truck has an eye-catching wood bed that flips open to reveal all the neat suspension work.
And the thing under the hood? A 750 HP supercharged Coyote motor with dual air cleaners. The dimple dies around the engine compartment is another great addition too.
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