Famously utilized in two of Ken Block’s most-viewed Hoonigan Youtube videos — Climbkhana TWO and Gymkhana TEN — the 1977 Ford F-150 HOONITRUCK is easily one of the most iconic and recognizable custom vehicle builds of the last decade. Approximately a year after the debut of Block’s climb to the top of Tianmen Mountain, the HOONITRUCK has popped up for sale through LBI Limited.
Built by Mooresville, North Carolina’s Detroit Speed Shop (with input and direction from Block and the rest of the Hoonigan squad) at a cost of over $1.5M, the heavily-modified F-150 is powered by a Ford Performance, Roush, and Yates-built EcoBoost V6 Le Mans prototype engine that generates 914hp and 702ft-lbs of torque and features a pair of turbochargers poking out of the hood and an advanced air intake that requires a whopping 150 hours of machining and 3D printing to create. The interior of the truck is gutted for race use and boasts Recaro seats and a custom carbon dash while the exterior is adorned in a custom hand-hammered military-grade aluminum wide body kit. On top of the HOONITRUCK, the sale also includes an extensive number of spares, extra sets of bodywork, and an additional Le Mans prototype engine. Ken Block’s 1977 Ford F-150 HOONITRUCK is available now through Philadelphia’s LBI Limited with an asking price of $1,100,000.