As one of the more commonly customized vehicles on earth, the Ford F-150 has long been a popular canvas for all types of builds, whether they be focused on things like the track, off-roading, or just looking good at the local cars and coffee meet on a Saturday morning. Many of these customized trucks wind up being auctioned off, giving folks a chance to score an already-built pickup at a discount, as we’ve seen time and time again over the years. Now, overlanders can take a shot at this 2018 Ford F-150 Raptor, which is up for grabs right now at Cars & Bids.
Originally finished in Oxford White, this 2018 Ford F-150 Raptor has since been treated to a matte green wrap, along with a laundry list of exterior modifications that include Baja Designs lighting, an Eezi-Awn Bat 270 awning, Goose Gear cabinets and drawers, and an AT Overland Equipment Summit camper perfect for those nights out in the wilderness.
That trend continues inside, where this rugged pickup features Tuffy Security Products storage boxes and a weBoost cell signal booster, along with other overlanding necessities such as a SunPower 170-watt solar panel, a Victron Energy solar charge controller, a National Luna Portable Power Pack, a Blue Sea Systems fuse block, and electrical outlets in the cargo box. To help support the extra weight out back, a set of Deaver Spring heavy-duty rear leaf springs were added, too.
Otherwise, this is a nicely equipped 2018 Ford F-150 Raptor with Equipment Group 802A package and Raptor Technology Package, along with the stock twin-turbocharged Ford 3.5L V6 EcoBoost engine, producing 450 horsepower and 410 pound-feet of torque – all in a truck that’s quite legendary for its off-road capability, so why fix what isn’t broken? Instead, this build only enhances those capabilities while adding some amenities for remote camping adventures.
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