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Discussion in 'Front Page Articles' started by SID297, Mar 11, 2019.
Still awaiting the review of the car I really want to know about... lol
Working on that tomorrow. Unfortunately have to give it back soon. Can you send me a pic of your engine?
For Day 2 of Raptor Week we're taking a look at some of the clever lighting solutions on our 2019 Raptor test truck:
Sorry for the video and audio quality. The GoPro I was testing left a lot to be desired.
Are these things selling? I get the vibe the market is flooded with them. They are pretty easy to find. Good for us in a few years when that depreciation hits.
They are selling like crazy, and seem to be holding their value really well.
seems like theyre moving but even 19s can be had under msrp now if you look around.
I sent them to Stacy. I’m still figuring out this pic sharing thing..
Raptor Week Day 3 vid is here:
Not a buyer Travis?
It depends on what you want it for. It's an awesome truck.
I adore them, but I'm not a buyer unless I give up my cars and move somewhere where I have access to fast off road driving.
Another reason a Ranger Raptor would be great, the ability to negotiate tighter trails. We'll just have to hold out hope for the Bronco.
I've had mine for >2 years now, which is an eternity in our household. Still love it, DD it whenever the weather is bad. Multiple road trips, snow, commuting, hauling stuff - it does everything well, and some things exceptionally.
Raptor Week Day 4 is here, and we're taking a look at the things we really like about this 2019 F-150 Raptor:
Man that Ruby Red takes on many different hues depending on light.
Some of the shots it resembles 68/69 Indian Fire Red.
Good pics Travis.
Day 5 of of Raptor Week brings a list of minor complaints and grievances:
On Raptor Week Bonus Day we take a look at some of the interesting things under the hood:
That's an interesting way to spell Ford SVT on that cover.....
Awesome work Sid. Next stop for the Raptor? the 7.3L Godzilla with twin snails.
It will be interesting to see where Ford takes it in the next few years.