2007 Ford F-150 - Radical Renderings
Robert Garcia began rebuilding engines at a young age and grew up in a gearhead family in Long Beach, California. He eventually went to college for mechanical engineering, where 12 years of CAD drawings led him to pursue more education in 3-D design. After landing a job for Disney Animation Studios, he created photorealistic renderings for Audi, Chevrolet, Hyundai, Toyota, and Lexus. Not content in staying still, he began doing renderings in his spare time and started RYCHSS Design Lab due to his love for custom vehicles. Robert can create a simple 2-D rendering to give an example of a proposed vehicle project or a full-blown 3-D, 360-degree virtual turntable for his clients. Robert can be found at ryechssdesignlab.com (it's pronounced "righteous”) to contact him or to check out his completed works.
Ferrara's Garage in Upland, California, is handling the build on this '53 Chevy five-window. Sporting a Vortec 350, Holley 750 carb, and March serpentine belt system, dual Flowmasters, and a Harrison cooling system. It has a Sanden A/C compressor, 700-R4 trans, with a Mustang II frontend, and a 9-inch Ford rearend with four-wheel discs. It rides on custom 20x8 and 20x10 Rally rims powdercoated matte brick red with 75 Series Coker whitewall tires.
This 2007 Ford F-150 is sporting a Shelby Super Snake body kit with an understated and subtle dark matte gray paintjob. RideTech gets it to the right height while riding on a set of Forgiato Maglias custom rims in 24x8 for the front and 24x10 in the rear with 225/35/24 Goodyears making it stick to the road. A stylish purple Brembo brake kit slightly breaks up the monochrome all around it.