Make A Wish and American Trucks Team Up to Deliver Custom OBS Ford F-150
Nothing better than seeing the smile on Levi's face when he takes delivery of this mean F-150.
The Make A Wish Foundation is a wonderful shining light in a very hard time. Still, it's great to see the smile on a kid's face when their wish comes true. Levi King, a Make A Wish recipient, has a dream to transform a 1996 Ford F-150 XL Extended cab into a mean ride. Thanks to the help of www.AmericanTrucks.com and Make A Wish, Levi's dream came true.
However, instead of putting 20 TVs in the interior of the car and not touching the mechanics of the vehicle (cough, cough...Pimp My Ride), the folks over at American Trucks and Turn 5 truly rebuilt the entire truck. From an all-new suspension with a Rough Country four-inch lift to Ford Performance E303 camshaft, JBA Shorty Headers, Edelbrock intake manifold, rebuilt transmission and much more.
Essentially, this truck is brand new. As you can see in the video, $20,000 in parts were used, and that doesn't include the magnetic metallic grey paint job that can be found on the 2017 F-150. Thanks to the Flowmaster dual exhaust, K&N cold air intake and shorty headers, we are sure the truck sounds mean at idle, unfortunately the video does not give us the chance to prove our hunch correct.
Congrats to Levi on his new truck and great job by Make A Wish and all those who donate to the foundation.
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