Typical for adults in the 1980s Ford F-150 The pickup was two-tone. Its appearance came with a basic color of red or blue (although teal is acceptable) and white sides.Now all the cars Boredly drawn, dealer Trying to recreate the 1980s F-150 Take a look at the brand new 2021 F-150 truck.
The so-called BFP Retro F-150 came from the Cincinnati region dealer Beachmont FordThis is not an official creation of Dearborn, but it was clearly created in honor of Blue Oval. Starting with the 2021 or 2022 F-150 trim level, it comes with a large amount of bright work, so the Chrome package XLT or Lariat is recommended.
The dealer adds satin pearl wrap to give it a two-tone look, but Beachmont says paint options are also available. Further retro touches include a chrome bed rack with KC daylighter lights and 17-inch chrome wheels, and 35-inch BF Goodrich White Letter all-terrain tires. Finally, complete the package with a 3.5-inch lift.
Beechmont requires a $ 500 deposit, but the total cost of the package depends on the option you choose, such as the Roush catback exhaust or base truck. Currently, according to Beachmont, production delays (probably a shortage of microchips) are causing waiting times of 6 to 7 months.
The current F-150’s color palette is the least attractive with some shades of gray, black, white, two very similar blues, two reds, and dark greens. The Retro F-150 is impressive as a neat package to liven up your truck.
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