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Heavily Modified Ford Maverick Bumps Into Flatbed: Video

Since it launched for the 2022 model year, the Ford Maverick has not only become one of the most-sought-after new vehicles on earth – it has also proven to be incredibly popular among those that like to modify their vehicles. Coupled with its low price tag, the Maverick also enjoys tremendous aftermarket support, and as such, we’ve seen some pretty cool modified examples over the past couple of years, including lifted models with big tires, lowered builds, one with Focus RS wheels, and a pair of monochromatic examples. Now, a somewhat famous, heavily-modified Ford Maverick has resurfaced after it unfortunately bumped into a flat bed at the recent Texas Truck Invasion.

Heavily Modified Ford Maverick Bumps Into Flatbed Truck - Exterior 001 - Front Three Quarters

This Ford Maverick is owned by Kenneth McCay and was featured in a variety of publications a couple of years ago, largely because of how unique it is. The compact pickup has been heavily modified in the old fashioned mini-truck style, thanks to a custom Chassis Tech air suspension system and some 20-inch wheels wrapped with sporty tires, along with a thumping Alpine stereo system, a custom exhaust and air intake, and – as one can clearly see here – custom graphics, to boot.

The result is a Ford Maverick that’s truly one of a kind, which is precisely why it’s pretty common to see the customized pickup at a variety of car shows and events. However, the poor pickup did seemingly suffer some damage at the Texas Truck Invasion after it accidentally ran into a flat bed, a we can see in this video from the Facebook page Sick Mini Trucks.

In the short clip, we can see the low speed accident as it takes place, and the sharp edge of the rear of the flat bed goes directly into the lower portion of the Maverick’s front fascia. Luckily, it doesn’t seem to have suffered much damage, but we can’t imagine that the owner was pleased with himself after this – particularly given how much work has gone into his custom pickup.

We’ll have more on the Maverick soon, so subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Maverick news and around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Bruce

    Maverick. Must be a slow news day. Proof positive that a low price can sell anything. Texting while driving, even at very slow speeds, is illegal in most states these days. And is not a smart thing to do in any of them! At least he has no one to blame but himself and thankfully wasn’t driving someone else’s vehicle that would have mattered if it got damaged. I hope the flatbed didn’t lose any sleep over the incident! Probably doesn’t have a scratch 🤣

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  2. Julian Digby Bottin

    don’t make a claim
    don’t make a claim
    don’t make a claim

    insurance companies like to make everything a total loss these days then make money selling off the perfectly fine vehicle

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