Used pickup truck prices have risen dramatically in recent years, but this is ridiculous.
A 1977 Ford F-150 owned by racing and stunt driver Ken Block is currently on sale for $1.1 million.
OK, it’s not exactly a factory stock model. The pickup was built by Detroit Speed on a custom tube frame chassis and is powered by the turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 from a Ford GT Le Mans race car tuned to a raucous 914. hp.
The low riding all-wheel-drive pickup is nicknamed the Hoonitruck and was used in two videos from Block’s popular Gymkhana YouTube series.
In Climbkhana 2 Block used it to drift up China’s Tianmen Mountain, which is billed as one of the world’s most dangerous roads.
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Block was a member of the Ford Performance team from 2010 until earlier this year and is throwing in a spare engine and other parts to sweeten the deal. Unfortunately, there’s no room in the bed to carry them home.
In fact, there’s no bed.