Devil is in the Detail Edition F-150
(2017 Ford F-150)
(2017 Ford F-150)
Meaning Behind the Name
Personal business vehicle
30,000 and counting
What was the inspiration?
Back in high school I owned a 98 Ranger that was a similar blue color. It was the first vehicle I really modified and what got me into customization. I was on the market for a new full-size truck and really liked the style of the new F150s. Once I seen the color I fell in love. Never had a lifted truck before so decided it was time to build myself one.
How long did it take you to build?
Still not finished, but 2 years and counting.
How long have you been building?
Your future plans?
Finish off the interior, upgrade the audio system and dress up the engine bay more
Ordered new in 2017, then it stayed relatively stock for the first year while I researched and collected parts. Last year it went from stock to modified in about 3 months time.
My wife for putting up with me and my crazy obsession with modifying vehicles. Matt Creed of Matt’s Auto Inc for most of the suspension and wheel install Justin Burt of Rightfootdown for various parts and go fast goodies. RLC Motorsports for suspension components Justin Mournout for paint and body work Ryan Peck for assisting in various installs Stripmaster Services for powdercoating
94 F-150, 98 Ranger, 07 Scion Tc (Gauge featured), 99 Silverado, 2012 Camaro SS (Gauge featured)
Ford 5.0 2017
AEM Bruteforce Intake BORLA full exhaust Bullydog Tuner
Drop or lift inches
6” BDS liftkit
FOX Coilover with reservoirs
FOX 2.0 shocks
B&M differential cover
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Rear Wheel Type
Front Wheel Size
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Barricade Off-road fender flares, Air Design tailgate panel, Precision Retrofits modified OEM led headlights, Morimoto Fog lights, Rebadge Design emblems, AMP Research steps, Backflip hardtop cover, G2 caliper paint, Hornblaster train horn, various other parts.
painted to match
Painted to match
50% windshield, 35% sides, factory rear
2017 Ford F-150
Owned by: Justin Adams
Photos by: Chris Gosda