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While there’s no nickname for this beauty, it shows off the best of old and new for the SEMA show. It’s a customized 1978 Ford-F100 that doesn’t get too crazy with its looks, sporting a modest chalk-colored Avalanche Grey paint with copper Cerakote highlights and a lower ride height. It also received a handsome billet aluminum dashboard, avocado-tanned leather, and custom 19″ aluminum wheels. But it’s what’s underneath that makes all the difference: Ford’s new electric crate motor known as the Eluminator. The output is 480 horsepower and 634 lb-ft of torque, so this thing should move. The engine itself is priced at $3,900, but the truck is, sadly, not for sale.


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