The Sickest F150 in the World?
Have you seen this video of the self-proclaimed “Sickest Ford F-150 in the World by RBP?” This lifted truck is actually pretty amazing – it looks like a tank ready for battle. It’s built by AWToffroad and is almost completely Rolling Big Power (“RBP”) products. We especially like the RBP wheels.
What we found a little funny was the Highway to Hell theme song from AC/DC combined with driving by a business park. We laughed out loud around 56 seconds into the video when the truck passes a bicyclist in the bike lane. We would hope the sickest F150 in the world could pass a bicyclist with no problems 🙂
That being said, this is great truck and as usual, full of RBP style. We would expect nothing less. Hope you enjoy the video.
1949 Dodge Truck for $103,000
Did anyone see the story on Jalopnik about the $103,000 1949 Dodge Power Wagon? If not, here is the link. Basically, this guy rebuilt this Power Wagon from the ground up and spent $100,000+ on the truck.
This is a clean truck, but $103,000? We’ve seen some amazing trucks on SoCalTrucks.com that kill this truck. We’re glad Steve Majors had fun doing the rebuild, but we would have rather seen the money spent differently.
MONSTER … Exhaust
The Banks Monster Exhaust was released for the 99-02 Silverado & GMC Sierra (4.3L, 4.8L, 5.3L). This is a big, throaty exhaust that is tough, but never overpowering. Plus, it’s a Monster!
Not only is this exhaust sound big, it is big. It has a 6″ x 5″ round, rolled-edge tip that is welded on. The Banks Monster improves the stock flow by more than 141%. This will give your truck more power with less work, which is what we all want. It is a bolt-on installation and is compatible with GM’s factory warranty.More
Banks Cleaning Up
Banks Power is sponsoring the Calico Cleanup, an effort to clear out the trash left in the California high desert. Banks, LA Land Cruiser Association, TTORA, and Trail Crew are teaming up in order to encourage off-road enthusiasts to participate in the clean up.
“Those of us that appreciate the beauty of the California desert are frustrated by the trash left by irresponsible parties,” said Alan Draper, employee at Gale Banks Engineering.More