2006 Ford F250 Super Duty Harley Davidson - Big and Bad
A Lethal Power Combo
No stranger to Truckin' magazine, Martin Barkey, owner of MBRP Exhaust, has had several truck builds featured in our pages. He sent us a Murray Pfaff rendering of his latest project from more than a year ago, when we saw it we were hooked. A lifted Ford Super Duty looking wild with a matching Harley Davidson V-rod was a home run we couldn't pass up. The problem was, most renderings are unobtainable and the end result never looks as cool as the artist's vision. The good news is, Martin's combo proved to be even better in person, which made the end result one big and bad team.
Starting with a fully loaded '06 Super Duty Harley Davidson differential covers, and a 46-gallon Transfer Flow mid-ship fuel tank. Once satisfied with the performance of the truck, the team at MBRP looked to add some killer styling to the Ford.
Enter Xtreme Customs in Burlington, Ontario, Canada, who applied the paint and performed all of the bodywork. Bolt-ons included Bushwacker fender flares, a Keystone heat extractor hood, TrailReady bumpers with KC HiLites off-road lights, a Recon third brake light, and Pro 1 billet accessories. With everything on and secure, Rene from Xtreme applied the SEM Color Horizon paints to the truck. Ron Gibbs then stepped in and went crazy with his airbrush painting skulls, tribal flames, and ghosted skulls onto the body of the F-250. The end result is an awesome appearance that looks as custom as it does menacing.
Opening the doors doesn't disappoint, either. Odyssey Car Audio went off the chain on the Ford by creating custom door panels, building a slick center console subwoofer box, and by fabbing up a back wall to house the Infinity amps. Each door holds Infinity Kappa 6-1/2-inch components and the subs are 12-inch Infinity Kappa models, as well. Seamline Interiors handled the blue suede that is found on the seats, the center console, and the headliner. When the truck was completed, Martin's only tough choice was which insane ride to drive. His Harley Davidson V-ROD is no joke, either.
Built to match the truck, the bike has endless custom touches from wheel to wheel. Some of the custom mods include the 137 hp and 92 lb-ft of torque coming from the fully built 1350cc big-bore engine, 18x8-1/2-inch Renegade Venice wheels in the rear with 260 Avon tires, and awesome paint scheme by Xtreme Customs--and you guessed it, Ron Gibbs. The bike truly is the perfect complement to the Ford and with both proudly parked at a truck show, jaws drop with envy--proof that this combo is big and bad.