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The “WTF?!” Files: You Could See The 1991 Ford F-150 PPG Pace Truck From Space


The “WTF?!” Files: You Could See The 1991 Ford F-150 PPG Pace Truck From Space

First thing’s first: it’s a real 1991 Ford F-150, complete with a VIN number, something that wasn’t always the case for the wild-assed PPG Pace Cars that were put together in the 1980s and 1990s. Some were hacked and modified street cars, like the “Staff Car” 1984 Buick LeSabre and the 1983 Dodge Daytona Turbo Z that was capable of hitting 173 MPH. Others were one-off concepts, like the 1989 Chevrolet XT-2 ute and the most infamous of all, the 1986 Dodge M4S. So you could title and drive this eye-searing Ford out on the road without any worry. We just hope you don’t mind attention.

The paint speaks for itself, we can’t even begin to talk about it. The truck, known as the “Boss Sport”, was worked over by Jack Roush and McLaren Performance Technologies from Michigan…the people responsible for the Buick GNX, not the F1 supercar. Engine? A 500-horse 302 worked over by Roush himself. Brakes? Water-cooled. Interior? Custom. Body? Custom. In the bed are two jump-seates you access via doors in the body side of the bed, and on the ground are 18-inch AZE wheels in 315-series rubber.

It’s brighter than the sun and more colorful that some of the language that flows from our shop. Hope you aren’t a wallflower…

eBay Link: 1991 Ford/Roush F-150 PPG Pace Truck (1991-94)


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