THE FORD F-250 heavy-duty pick-up is no shrinking violet, but for US-based vehicle customisers, EVS Motors, there was still room for improvement.
Drawing from previous experience in customising a handful of Hummer H1s, EVS turned to its attention to the F-250 to give it that “post-apocalyptic” treatment and aptly rechristened it the Search and Destroy F-250.
Despite its menacing looks, EVS’s makeover mostly involves the fitment of aftermarket parts in the form of ViCowl windshield armour, an Addictive Desert Designs HoneyBadger Chase rack base and a Fab Fours Grumper Bumper.
Additional lighting includes four Rigid Lights installed into the windshield armour, as well as a rear-facing full-length LED light bar attached to the sports bar.
To give it that imposing military-truck look, the body is wrapped in black satin Avery vinyl wrap, while the Forgiato 12 x 25-inch forged wheels are wrapped in Toyo Open Country R/T tyres.
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