Ford has joined forces with Extreme Super Truck of Atlanta, Georgia, to build a custom F-650 truck that will be auctioned at the upcoming Barrett-Jackson auction this coming weekend, April 5-6 in Palm Beach, with proceeds benefiting the Darrell Gwynn foundation, a charity that supports people with paralysis and works to prevent spinal cord injuries.

The truck features a laundry list of custom features, including special Michelin tires and Alcoa alloy wheels, ProPower decorative stainless steel tanks, a Kelderman Air Ride suspension, custom paint and graphics by Custom Concepts, a chrome train horn, a racing wing and custom exhaust from Jegs, and a custom audio system with a Pioneer head unit and Memphis Audio speakers. The truck also has a full leather interior and rear captain's chairs. Completing the interior are carbon fiber trim, race red seatbelts, and red LED accent lighting. For the ultimate tailgate party, the truck will also come with automatic, gas-fired wood-burning assist rotisserie by Rolltisserie by Southern Pride.

As part of the auction of the truck, the Darrell Gwynn foundation will donate a power wheelchair to an individual in need on-stage at the auction. The foundation will also host a charity fundraiser "Wheels of Dreams" at the Ragtops Motorcars Museum in West Palm Beach on Thursday, April 4. Tickets are available for $75 per person at the foundation's Web site, www.darrellgwynnfoundation.org.

Source: Ford, Darrell Gwynn Foundation