2012 Ford F-250 by Kelderman Air Suspension Systems
Kelderman Air Suspension Systems added 8 to 10 more inches of lift to Ford's F-250 PowerStroke V8 Turbo Diesel via an AccuAir TouchPad air suspension management system and Sway-A-Way remote reservoir shock absorbers. Bring a ladder if you want to check out the interior, because I don't see a side step.
This Ecoboost Ford Focus ST-R takes the sporty ST and cranks up the performance. This turn-key high-performance variant was built using Ford Racing performance parts and features Ford's white-with-black-and-blue-stripes paint scheme.
This turbocharged 2011 Fiesta rally car generates an impressive 295 wheel horsepower and tops out at a maximum speed of 130 mph. (There are actually four selectable engine calibrations settings, ranging from 295 horsepower down to 240.)
This Ford Focus ST gets upgrades to its turbo, intercooler, pistons, connecting rods, and electronic brain courtesy of Cosworth. Bolt-on upgrades, such as the suspension components, big-brake kit, exhaust, and intake are Ford Racing Performance Parts.
Vaccar calls this the Night Walker Focus. The shadowed sedan has been upgraded with a custom turbo kit that features a Street Lethal Performance intercooler, a Turbo XS blow-off valve, and an SPA 500HP turbocharger. If that's not enough, a Ny-Trex EFI nitrous system adds a bit of extra juice to your boost.
Aside from the dark paint and graphic scheme, the mods on the Tanner Foust Edition seem rather tame, including an upgraded intercooler for the Ecoboost engine, a freer-flowing downpipe and MagnaFlow exhaust, and an ECU reprogram. A KW suspension with Whiteline sway bars and Brembo brakes round out the high points of the mods list. Tanner himself had a part in selecting and optimizing all of the upgrades.
Even back in 1931, cars were pretty modular. Take a Ford Model A chassis, equip it with a convertible cab, and finish it off with a pickup bed, and you get this Model A Roadster Pickup. Of course, the actual building and restoration process commissioned by Model A Times Magazine was much more involved than that.