This 1969 Ford F-100 looks built, but reserved. Especially for a corporate-sponsored custom car. Until you open the hood and peel back the completely re-engineered independent suspension. Or of course, hear it start. You really need to hear it start.
The truck was put together by Tommy Pike, who seems to run a pretty classy automotive specialty shop in South Carolina. It's a rolling advertisement for his workmanship, and apparently Quaker State who would have provided some funding for the project in exchange for that sticker placement and color choice.
Pike claims 800 horsepower out of the engine, running more than 20 pounds of boost on a 1.9 liter Eaton supercharger. Four-wheel independent suspension helps keeps the truck from wobbling off the road as soon as you hit the gas.
Gotta love a frankentruck with both Ford and GM guts in it.