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1995 Ford F150 2WD - Prerunning With Heritage

Posted in Features on October 1, 2010 Comment (0)
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We can't imagine what it was like prerunning in "stockish" trucks when original Stroppe-prepped Broncos were winning the Baja 1000. The beatings those brave souls must have endured in those trucks is mind-boggling. Craig Anderson grew up watching the desert racers of the past, and eventually started prerunning for some race teams. When it came time to build his current F-150 into a prerunner capable of handling the race course, he turned to Central Coast Prerunners to get the job done.

Specs
Vehicle:

1995 Ford F-150 2WD

Owner / Hometown:
Craig Anderson / Arroyo Grande, California

Chassis:
Ford F-150 frame with CCP caging front to rear, CCP strut frame

Engine:
351ci V-8, custom aluminum air inatke

Drivetrain:
Ford AOD tranny, Cone Industries 9-inch with spool and full-floating hubs, 4.56 gears

Suspension:
Camburg extended I-beams and radius arms, King 2.5 14-inch-stroke coilovers, Deaver leaf packs with King 2.5 16-inch-strike bypass shocks

Steering:
Stock linkage with 4.5-inch extensions

Brakes:
Disc brakes at all four corners

Tires/wheels:
35x12.50R15 BFGoodrich Baja T/A tires on Walker Evans 15x10 beadlocks

Interior:
Mastercraft Baja RS seats, Crow four-point harnesses, custom center console

Other Parts:
Glassworks fenders and bedsides, Hella 4000 lights with HID conversions, CCP tire holder

Favorite Off-Road Area:
Race tracks

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