'New' vintage Ford F-250 pickup unveiled at unbelievable cost

Heavy movers have developed from simple labour trucks into a whole range of models, some of which come with high-end luxury trims that cost more than $100,000. And now there is a fresh approach to updating the conventional practises.

The fifth generation 1967–1972 F–250 is being added to the mix by Florida's Velocity Modern Classics, which has spent the last ten years creating "restomods" of the Ford Bronco and International Scout and repairing them with contemporary drivetrains and technology.

Starting with an original donor vehicle, the business separates the body from the frame and completely refurbishes it. It is then put back together on a unique chassis created by the Roadster Shop, which has coilover shock absorbers added in place of the rear leaf springs.

The vehicle has a pair of Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes and sits on a set of 18-inch wheels with 33-inch all-terrain tyres. Both the LED headlights and all of the glass are brand-new.

A leather bench seat, plush carpet, a sporty tilt steering wheel, and electronics that combine vintage style and controls with digital screens, Bluetooth connectivity, and premium music are all included in the interior's complete refurbishment.

A leather bench seat, plush carpet, a sporty tilt steering wheel, and electronics that combine vintage style and controls with digital screens, Bluetooth connectivity, and premium music are all included in the interior's complete refurbishment.

The finished product could compete with a brand-new F-250 Limited, and it costs what it does. The Heritage Edition, which includes two-tone paint, billet hardware, a towing package, and other improvements, listed for $325,000 while the Velocity Modern Classics F-250 starts at $285,000.

The company sells dozens of its other models each year even at these rates, indicating that there is demand. It is also willing to undertake incredibly unusual builds; the sky's the limit.

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