Truck Built 'Backwards' Still Works But Looks Really, Really Weird

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Truck YeahThe trucks are good!

Body-on-frame construction gives customizers free range to do all kinds of wacky things; like turn a truck "backwards" so the driver looks out across the bed and the rear wheels do the steering. Who would do something like that? Apparently, this guy named Roy.

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This first-generation Ford F-100 was spotted at Roy's Place Auto Repair in Danvers, Massachusetts. Anyone ever seen anything like this?

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Looks like a few other "unusual" repairs/modifications have been made; I see at least one hole patched with a license plate. Flame sticker looks pretty righteous though.

Illustration for article titled Truck Built Backwards Still Works But Looks Really, Really Weird
Illustration for article titled Truck Built Backwards Still Works But Looks Really, Really Weird
Illustration for article titled Truck Built Backwards Still Works But Looks Really, Really Weird
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Illustration for article titled Truck Built Backwards Still Works But Looks Really, Really Weird

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