Australian Ford Dealer Builds A Brutal Beast Of A Ford Ranger

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One Ford dealer in Queensland, Australia has gotten a bit carried away modifying a T6 Ford Ranger for sale, throwing just about every aftermarket modification, plus the kitchen sink, at the Blue Oval’s mid-size pickup truck to create the ultimate off-road beast.

Australian website Motoring reports that the $76,999 XLT PX Mk II is rocking “every possible modification you could want; from performance, new interior, to the aggressive all round bar work,” as the dealer put it. It’s based on a Ford Ranger XLT in Frozen White, and features a four-inch lift kit, a differential drop kit, aggressive front and rear bumpers, an intake snorkel for improved water-wading ability, electric side steps, a roll bar, LED headlight surrounds, a bonnet scoop, tailgate cover, and big, 20-inch wheels with Gladiator XCOMP M/T nubby tires.

It looks every bit as fantastic (and imposing) as it sounds.

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The factory 3.2-liter diesel I5 has also been fiddled with, receiving an exhaust kit from HKS and an IDRIVE performance chip to bolster output by some unspecified amount. Sadly, this expensive modified truck has already sold – much to the dismay of many an Aussie off-roading enthusiast, we’re sure. But we can all still admire its brazen bravado in the series of images available on Motoring.com.au.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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