Ford F-150 Converted to Drive Upside Down Is Australian Humor

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In case we’re not all driving upside down, the Ford F-150 in the adjacent image is. Last time we checked, our cars weren’t fitted with eight wheels like this pickup truck in the US, so it’s probably the Blue Oval model that’s driving in a flipped over manner. This must be Australian humor...

The car itself doesn’t seem to be too bothered about this though, sitting there, casually parked alongside vehicles that find themselves in an average stationary situation.

Then again, this isn’t your usual ninth-generation Ford F-150. Zooming in a bit reveals plenty of mods, so the aforementioned extra set of wheels, whose new front fenders are visible, is just the start of it.

The truck received a new windshield, which comes with a decent angle and seems to offer good draft protection to the driver. The doors must’ve received a bit of work too, even though there’s no visual clue to this. In spite of this, the Ford lacks proper door mirrors, as the owner didn’t want such elements to give the car away from the distance.

Out of all the concerns such a conversion should raise, the lack of some proper rollover protection (it appears there is no such thing) is the greatest one. Perhaps the guy welded the rear suspension and expects the wheels to act as safety elements. Frankly, we don’t want to know.
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