- Three 2013 Ford F-150s get the custom treatment in time for the 2013 SEMA Show.
- The trio includes two trucks following an outdoor theme and one made for the street.
- Skyjacker Suspensions will show off a version of the Ford truck complete with a tree graphic and a 6-inch lift kit.
Two of the full-size Ford trucks would be right at home in the woods, while the third one is a street tune.
JR Consulting modified the first 2013 Ford F-150 into an adventure-ready pickup. Fans of the Sportsman Channel were polled via social media to put together a group of mods that enhance hunting, fishing, hiking and camping activities. These items included a 6-inch lift kit, 11,000-pound winch, light bracket, 20-inch wheels with all-terrain tires and a locked storage area.
Custom bumpers and fenders and an upgraded audio system allow any sportsman to navigate the backcountry in style.
Skyjacker Suspensions also built a truck that follows the outdoor theme. It was altered with a 6-inch lift kit, BFGoodrich all-terrain tires and a locked storage area. A tree graphic spills off of the hood.
Fatal Clothing and Hulst Customs were responsible for upgrading the style and performance of the third pickup. They started with a 2013 Ford F-150 with the 6.2-liter V8 and strapped on a twin-screw Whipple Industries supercharger and CGS Motorsports exhaust system.
Claimed output stands at 650 horsepower, and a two-tone paint job, custom leather interior and 24-inch wheels bolster an aggressive look that matches what is under the hood.
Edmunds says: Ford covers all of its SEMA bases with these three project F-150s.