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Bragging Rights Readers’ Rides – Ford, Fummins, Chevy

Oct 20, 2016
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Photo 2/5   |   2001 Ford F 250 Super Duty Rear
Photo 3/5   |   2001 Ford F 250 Super Duty Front

Hips DO Lie

Year/Make/Model: ’01 Ford F-250 Super Duty
Owner: Scott Allen
Hometown: Merrill, Oregon
Engine: 7.3L Power Stroke V-8
Transmission: 4R100 four-speed automatic
Odometer: 146,000 miles
Fuel Economy: 23 to 25 mpg (highway)
Modifications: This truck started out as a single-rear-wheel F-250.
Owner says: “Our goal was to get her kicked out of the Good Sam Club. I think we succeeded.”

Photo 4/5   |   1993 Ford F 150 Fummins

You Had Us at Fummins

Year/Make/Model: ’93 Ford F-150 Fummins
Owner: Virginia Kutsop
Hometown: Kingwood, New Jersey
Engine: 5.9L Cummins I-6 12-valve
Transmission: Stage 3 4R100 four-speed automatic
Odometer: Truck—240,000 miles/engine—4,545 miles
Fuel Economy: 18 to 20 mpg
Modifications: Complete frame-up transformation, 12-valve P-pumped Cummins swap, ’94 Ford F-350 frame with Dana 60s, Stage 3 transmission with a stand-alone computer, billet input and output shafts, upgraded steels and clutches, Sunshell, modified fuel plate, advanced timing, Mishimoto radiator and intercooler, mildly upgraded turbo with a Wicked Wheel compressor wheel, cold-air intake, AirDog fuel system, custom front and rear driveshafts, 8-inch lift, 37-inch tires, Fuel Hostage wheels, ’08 Ford Super Duty front bumper, rear roll pan, Flip Em' Up Customs custom one-piece grille, 8-inch cat stack, and Dodge tow mirrors
Owner says: “I have always loved a strong and reliable Cummins but also loved the OBS Fords. I was determined to have the best of both worlds! Once I was ready to convert my F-150 into something better, the fun began. Finding a rust-free OBS Ford frame was not easy, but I was lucky enough to stumble across one. Next on the list was finding a good engine. Then came the prep work, which included fitting the engine in the new frame, ordering all the odd ends and parts, and then swapping over the cab from my original truck. In one day, we had the cab sitting on the new frame. Next was wiring everything up to get my beast running. Wiring took about five days to complete. It was then finally able to drive around the shop. A few days later, she was on the road. Words do not begin to describe how happy my truck makes me. It may have taken a while to complete, but it was done the correct way, and I couldn't be more pleased! I plan on upgrading the turbo and doing a compound setup, bigger injectors, and completely repainting my truck. Don't ever let someone tell you you can't do something you love!”

Photo 5/5   |   2000 Chevrolet 3500

She’s the Baddest

Year/Make/Model: ’00 Chevrolet 3500
Owner: William (The Rattler) Smith
Hometown: Iron Station, North Carolina
Engine: 7.4L 454ci Chevrolet big-block
Transmission: 4L80E four-speed automatic
Odometer: 22,345 miles
Modifications: Lunati camshaft, bigger injectors, and a ProCharger supercharger
Owner says: “She is the baddest thing on six wheels!”

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