The Ford Super Duty has long been known as a workhorse type of vehicle, one that’s more likely to be seen at various job sites than the local cruise spot. However, aside from the many custom, high-dollar builds out there, there are a number of aftermarket companies churning out wild, over-the-top creations based on the large F-650, in particular. This 2002 Ford F-650 Super Duty Super CrewZer currently up for grabs at Bring a Trailer is a fine example of those types of builds, and it’s also likely to sell for far less than its original cost, too.
There’s certainly no mistaking this 2002 Ford F-650 Super Duty Super CrewZer – built by the folks at Fontaine Modification in Louisville, Kentucky – for anything other than the wild, over-the-top, custom creation that it is, that’s for certain. The Crew Cab model has been converted into a dually pickup complete with a diamond-plate-floored load box, a fiberglass airfoil cab extender, a full-width storage box, windshield visor, fifth-wheel hitch, and 19.5-inch polished wheels, giving it a proper semi truck-like appearance.
That’s also true of the interior, which is rather luxurious with Medium Parchment leather captain’s chairs up front and boatloads of wood trim, along with amenities such as air conditioning, cruise control, power windows and locks, and a newer, aftermarket Kenwood touchscreen stereo with navigation, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay compatibility.
Power for this massive rig comes from a turbocharged 7.2L Caterpillar inline-six cylinder diesel engine, which sends 300 horsepower and 860 pound-feet of torque to the wheels via an MD-3066P CR Allison six-speed automatic transmission. Feeding off of two 65-gallon fuel tanks, this massive F-650 certainly won’t be cheap to fill up, but then again, few other vehicles on the road are guaranteed to attract the attention that it will, either.