The many hours put into building a show truck or car is immense and requires a vision that brings together style, performance, and innovative ideas. AIRDESIGN USA shows they can keep the design of a show truck neat and tidy, while keeping the rugged appearance of the F-150. Using aftermarket trim pieces straight from their catalog, AIRDESIGN proves that modifying a truck can be done hassle-free in the convenience of your own garage.
Modifications that aren’t easily noticeable and require more sophisticated tools and skills include a Vortech intercooler upgrade, installation of Bilstein 5160 series Lifted Performance shocks and reservoir, welding a Gibson cat-back stainless steel exhaust kit, and installing a custom Focal audio system.
Close inspection of the truck’s transformation can be seen at the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas if you have industry access. The AIR DESIGN Ford F-150 SuperCrew will be one of seven modified trucks invited to be on display in Ford’s booth.
- Gibson cat-back stainless exhaust
- Vortech intercooler upgrade
- Bilstein 5160 series Lifted Performance shocks with reservoir
Wheels & Tires
- Fuel 2-piece Cleaver (20” x 9”) wheels
- Fuel Mud Gripper M/T 33” tires
- AIRDESIGN USA Super Rim truck accessories
- Front bumper guard
- Hood scoop
- Fender vents
- Fender flares
- Door moldings
- Rear tailgate applique
- Rear tailgate spoiler
- BASF Black paint applied by Wet Works
- Sundial window tint
- Pace-Edwards Bedlocker electric tonneau cover
- Roadwire Designer’s Series custom red and black leather seats
- BASF red and black accent colors applied by Wetworks
- The Source AV Design Group / Focal audio upgrades
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