The Ford F-150 SVT Raptor was a V8 baja monster in its first generation in 2010 and then became even more capable in the form of the F-150 Raptor with a V6 EcoBoost turbo that emits 450 horsepower for its second generation. Off-road at high speeds, it’s unbeatable by anything stock, hands down. It’s also remarkably good on-road, shockingly so. The Raceworks Raptor you see here didn’t have to satisfy the needs of commuters when it was built in 2007 by Raceworks. From tip-to-toe, it’s been completely rebuilt by the original builder, Keith Mila. Under the hood is a brand new danzio LS 402 V8 with 564 horsepower, mated to two transmissions. The Raceworks Raptor also benefits from new Brembo brakes, a new interior, and the kind of suspension that can run hard at practically anything that stands in your way, shy of a vertical wall. It also gets tech in the form of motorized lights, digital climate control, coolers for the shocks, a color display with rear camera, and touchscreen navigation. Your Baja 1000 midlife crisis is calling.