Modified Ford F-150 unveiled by Chip Foose, goes to SEMA image

A unique Ford F-150 has been recently created by Chip Foose, who has teamed up with WD-40, in order to give birth to this one-off vehicle, which will be officially presented to the public during the 2013 SEMA Motor Show.

The Ford F-150 in question has been equipped with the Baja Forged front and rear bumpers, with a Warn winch, a roll cage, power running boards, a modified suspension system and some 17-inch MHT Fuel Maverick rims, wrapped in 37-inch Falken Wild Peak A/T tires. The cabin of the model hasn’t been left unchanged either and this is now getting features like the Clarion audio system or the Katzkin leather seats.

As far as the engine goes, the upgraded Ford F-150, which is signed by Chip Foose, is carrying a 6.2 liter V8 unit, which has been equipped with a Magnaflow cat back exhaust, with a Whipple supercharged and with a Gale Banks Straight Shot Water Methanol injection system. These modifications are allowing the engine to produce more than 600 HP (447 kW). The Ford F-150 in question will be given away, supporting Childhelp, Victoria Junction and the SEMA Motorial Scolarship fund. The winner will be selected in May.