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Terminator-Themed Ford F-650 Could Be Yours for $57,500

When it comes to medium-duty commercial trucks, the Ford F-650 Super Duty is one of the most popular choices in North America. But the one that caught my eye today isn’t your typical flatbed tow truck or garbage sanitation truck. Put plainly, it’s a $57,500 pickup loaded with goodies and character.
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The peeps from RK Motors Charlotte are selling this leviathan of a workhorse with 8,500-pound Dana Spicer axles and 22.5-inch Accuride wheels. Compared to other F-650s out there, this truck has a thing for the Terminator franchise as you can observe if you just look at the fiberglass hood and the tailgate.

Other than the vivid visual enhancements, this 2006 Ford F-650 features a chrome grille, which is complemented by a mirrored steel bumper.

Beneath the cab, the mammoth workhorse is equipped with large fuel tanks hidden by diamond-plated steps. A toolbox placed between the tubular rails and the sliding glass window complete the exterior package. Once you step inside, try to look away from the hard plastics and focus on the leather bucket seats and the vinyl bench. Satellite navigation, satellite TV, satellite radio, and Internet radio are on the menu as well, as is cruise control and a rearview camera. Even though the truck's odometer shows 88,632 miles (142,639 kilometers), the cabin is in tip-top condition, as you can see in the photo gallery below.

In terms of motivation, a 5.9-liter Cummins ISB turbo diesel with torque that can move mountains acts as the beating heart of this gentle giant. An Allison 5-speed automatic transmission complements the engine. It’s a utilitarian powertrain, I’ll grant you that, but this combo is ready to tackle any task you have in mind, be it towing or a comfortable cruise down Route 66. The downside to this thing is that it drinks a lot of fuel.

Expect to get approximately 7 miles per gallon (33 liters per 100 kilometers) if you’re driving like an old lady.

 
 
 
 
 

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