If you’re not familiar with pre-runners, they’re essentially race trucks purpose built to “pre-run” a course before doing it in your actual truck so you can figure out problem areas and landmarks. Most of the ones we’ve seen over the years look more like Mad Max vehicles mated with spiders and a fair bit of “experimental engineering.” The pre-runner you see here is most certainly not one of those trucks. Originally built by Raceworks in 2007 and fully rebuilt this year with no expense spared, this Ford Raptor is a beast that can quite literally tackle almost any terrain in front of it–without you having to sacrifice on creature comforts like climate control, Sirius XM radio, 12″ touchscreen GPS and the list goes on. While that’s a great bonus, you’re not dropping over half a million bucks on a truck like this for the comfort, you’re doing it for the performance. It delivers. Brand new Danzio LS 402 outputting 564 horsepower and 520 torgue. Culhane Turbo 400 tranmission. It also has a new fuel cell, coolers, hubs, wheels, brakes, plumbing and fiberglass. It’s a brand new beast looking for a good home.