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1956 Ford F-100 Snakebit

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Nov 14, 2013

Category: Rides

The SEMA auto show never disappoints. Every year some of the most badass customized vehicles on the planet make their debut at the Las Vegas event, and one of our favorites this year was the Ford F-100 Snakebit.

This 2-door pickup truck is based on the classic 1956 F-100. The vehicle has been completely revamped and updated all throughout, gaining design inspiration from the iconic Shelby Mustangs. The truck’s chassis has been stretched an additional five inches to help accommodate the widened bed, giving the truck a more menacing look. Under the hood lies a 5.4 liter supercharged V8 engine pumping out 550 horsepower through a six-speed manual transmission – just the way we like it. This Ford F-100 will be auctioned off next year at a Barrett-Jackson event, and the proceeds will be donated to a children’s hospital. A badass truck that was built for a good cause, it doesn’t get much better than that.

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