Most people who buy Ford trucks need them and use them for work and heavy towing, and therefore what they are essentially made for. As a result of the use of these utility vehicles, they are often poorly cared about and maintained. People do not have the time or will to make them look good like they would a regular car.
However, for others, these massive beasts are the stuff of dreams, and exactly the kind of vehicles they want to own and cherish. The trucks that these people customize and modify are absolutely breathtaking and amazing to look at. The extent to which they go and the parts they use seem like professional work from a mile away, but once you come closer, you are at the number of spoilers, hooks, lights, suspension, tires, and chrome. In this article, we will explore some of the best looking Ford trucks out there.
Black Ford truck
This all black Ford truck has a clean and mean design, with wide tires and a cool looking hood suspension. The dual hooks under the grille tell us it is ready for some serious towing, while the bolt details are a cool design.
The roof LED light bar on this white and black Ford Ranger will give you all the illumination you need while in a dark area. The color scheme fits it perfectly, and the dual hood spoilers look great combined with the black fenders.
Ranger Orange Color
This sporty stripped ranger rocks a metallic orange color with a classic black stripe across it. Additional black detailing around the wheels and the lights make it look mean, while that huge hood spoiler is a must if you want your truck to look like a sports car.
Ford Super Duty
Source:vixert.comNow, this is a real monster truck inspired Ford Super Duty. The silver color looks clean, and just look at that high suspension and the giant set of exhausts. Giant tires are a must for a truck like this. Make sure not to find yourself in front of a vehicle like this.
Cream-Colored Ford Super Duty
This cream-colored Ford Super Duty has double wheels in the back, probably because it does extensive amounts of carrying and towing. The two LED lights around the plate are a nice detail, helpful when reversing.
Ford Old Timer
This restored old-timer has been fitted with some new tires, while the rims are kept from the original design. It rides on a high suspension, has big lights on the roof, and the fire orange shade gives it a fierce look. We bet it sounds amazing, and similar to muscle cars.
Black Ford Modification
Although this truck does not seem like it has too much additional gear, it is actually quite modified. The fenders, tires, rims, front hooks, and that front LED bar are all extra. You cannot go wrong with the all back color either.
Special Ford Truck Modifications
Now this one is special all around. The owner restored the old-timer, but kept it in the spirit of the time it came from. The mint color is reminiscent of the past, and we appreciate that it has its own tire and rim set. Car lovers always appreciate a clean and neat resonation, and this one has it all.
Ford Raptor Dark Blue
This is a special color indeed. The dark blue on the Ford Raptor looks different but in a good way of course. Many leave the huge RAPTOR sign in black, but this owner decided to make it stand out more. Added LED under the grille and the bolt details make the front fierce, and we know that trailer in the back is no match for this truck.
Black Ford Truck
This black Ford Truck has been fitted with a high suspension, and you might need a ladder to get in. The huge wheels and the front grille are all in chrome, something that looks good on this kind of modifications.
Ford Super Duty Red
The crimson red color looks beautiful on a Ford Super Duty, especially when all the details are also painted. The wide wheels are sticking out of the chassis, which means this one has no trouble off-road.
All-White Super Duty
That water will have to try much harder in order for this all-white Super Duty to break a sweat. The color looks amazing on the truck, and the minimalist hood spoiler is all you need here really. There is also an added LED light in the front.
The chassis of this truck is old and restored, while the rest has been added in order for it to be a true off-roader. The cage in the back, additional wheel, and thick tires scream “Safari time!” The color is a great choice for something meant for exploring and navigating nature.
Old Mint Car
We sat that old mint car a while back. The chassis has been modernized, and a new suspension, a LED bar on the roof, and a front hook have been installed. The sound this car makes must be crazy, and it has to be heard several blocks away.
Old and Rusty
A similar model to the last, but intentionally left looking old and rusty. This one has probably seen more action and work. It rides higher, and therefore has a new suspension and has bigger wheels. Everything else seems intact.
Sporty White Ranger
Now, this is a beauty right here. This sporty white Ranger has all the black details you need, and the racing stripe across the middle makes it even cooler. Red hooks are a nice touch, to keep it balanced with the red lights in the back.
Black Ford Raptor
This ford truck has been turned into a low rider, while they kept the action of the bed intact. The chrome wheels are signature for low rider style, and the paint is also neat.
Ford Raptor Military
This black and grey camo Ford Raptor looks like it belongs in the military. It has no less than 9 additional lights on the roof, and one on each side of the windshield. It is safe to say this guy has no troubles with lighting his way at night. Bronze rims are a nice touch.
Here is another low rider. The same model as the mint old timer, this truck does not look like it belongs in the past. The clean gloss crimson red color looks magnificent, and the amount of chrome is unreal.
Grey Ford Raptor
This matte dark grey Ford Raptor sits high, and has large but thin wheels, meaning it can go quite fast. The bolt details around the frill and fenders look good, and the spoiler on the hood make it look sporty.