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This Ford F-350 Super Duty Lariat Is Famous on YouTube, It's Got the Right Looks for Fame

Now, this really is something that you don't get to see every day. It is a 2019 Ford F-350 Super Duty Lariat 4x4, which underwent a plastic surgery and a mechanical makeover. The vehicle was modified to be displayed at SEMA in Las Vegas. Now it is still enjoying celebrity.
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This SEMA project belongs to the owner of the CboysTV YouTube channel, with over 2.7 million subscribers, and it only takes a glimpse at it to realize that it is anything but stock. The Ford pickup truck comes with impressive figures provided by the turbodiesel V8, with a suspension lift and massive off-road wheels. Furthermore, there is so much bright red on it that you can't look at anything else but it. Not much of it resembles the pickup truck that rolled off the production line two years ago. For starters, it towers over every single vehicle out there.

Now, everything about it screams 'adventure.' All the mods carried out are there to make it more off-road capable. The Ford F-350 Super Duty received ADD Stealth bumpers both front and rear. The radiator grille, now displaying a black finish, is now flanked by custom OEM-style LED highlights. For better visibility in the off-road, it also got a RIGID Radiance LED light bar.

There is a custom RK Sport air hood, while, at the opposite end, there is a LOMAX hard tri-fold tonneau cover, plus RECON taillights, brake lights, cab lights, and mirror lights. A HornBlasters train horn has also been mounted and the windows have been 5 percent tinted.

The 2019 pickup truck is finished in Agate Black over a black leather interior. The model got the factory Lariat Package, which brings the Easy Entry/Exist Memory Driver’s Seat feature, an LED Box Lighting with LED Center High-Mounted Stop Lamp), power-adjustable pedals with memory, the power heated/ventilated driver and front passenger seat, the PowerScope Trailer Tow with memory, and the remote start system.

Ford F\-350 Super Duty Lariat modified for SEMA
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The vehicle, a P558 fourth-generation F-350, looks like this after a SEMA display and comes with a long list of modifications. The 26-inch ARKON Off-Road wheels painted red with 40-inch Fury Country Hunter M/T tires and the BDS 8-inch coiler lift kit put it further from the ground and give it an intimidating stance.

For more drama, the model got a 4-inch Jams Performance exhaust system. Meanwhile, the Exhaust Gas Recirculation system (EGR) and the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) are out of the equation.

The owner chose to mount BDS Recoil traction bars and a BDS dual steering stabilizer kit. He also added an EZ LYNK system with a five-position switch. The window sticker mentions a 3.31 ratio electronic locking axle, a trailer brake controller, a power sliding rear window, and a twin-panel power sunroof.

The SYNC 3 infotainment system, displayed on an 8-inch touchscreen, the rear-view camera, and the Bang & Olufsen Play sound system are also on the menu. A rearview camera makes maneuvering easier.

Ford F\-350 Super Duty Lariat modified for SEMA
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The fourth-gen F-350 weighs 350 pounds (159 kilograms) less than its predecessor despite the extra equipment. But Ford did a trick that it had learned from the F-350’s smaller sibling, the F-150: the widespread use of aluminum.

The Blue Oval also came up with more powerful engines and beefed-up four-wheel drive hardware, which made it an unrivaled off-roader in the segment.

The vehicle is set in motion by a Power Stroke turbodiesel 6.7-liter V8 engine, which generates 450 horsepower (456 metric horsepower) and a massive torque rated at 935 lb-ft (1,268 Nm), delivered to all four corners via a six-speed automatic transmission.

The seller is being honest about the vehicle and lists all the flaws that he is aware of. There are some chips and scratches around the body and a ding showed up on the driver’s door with another one on the tailgate. The two-wheel well LED lights are currently inoperative. The driver’s side front wheel also had to suffer probably during an off-roading session.

The engine oil and oil filter were changed earlier in 2023. The Ford F-350 Super Duty comes with two keys, the owner’s manual and the window sticker.

Ford F\-350 Super Duty Lariat modified for SEMA
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The current owner purchased it back in August 2021 and is now selling it on Cars & Bids, with the odometer showing only 21,400 miles (34,440 kilometers). The Carfax report lists no accident or mileage discrepancies in the past of the pickup truck.

With five days to go to the end of the auction, four bids were submitted, with the highest one being #35,500. A brand-new 2023 Ford F-350 Lariat starts at $63,460.

The listing mentions that, due to the modifications performed to the model, there is a risk that it might not pass the emissions testing in some states, depending on local regulations and restrictions. But it is the buyer’s responsibility to perform all the diligence regarding the registration of this F-350 Super Duty pickup truck in their state.
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