Are you talking about ordering the MIC after you take delivery?
Because if you order the optional MIC top at purchase as well as the headliner it will all be put on at the factory and delivered as such.
Down to two.
Badlands 2.7 w/tow and High Package
Base 2.7 Squatched w/ Aux switches.
Both 2 dr.
Oxford White, or Velocity Blue if base. Add A51 and Race Red to the mix if Badlands.
Heavily leaning towards Badlands.
I stand corrected.
Yet another reason the cost of Fords program is a non-question.
Easy to say you spent less when you pluck an already built race truck off the line and drop a crate engine in it.
Also, let's not forget the most important part of any race machine. The loose nut behind the...
There really isn't such a thing as a "road legal motor" though. What does that even mean? Any motor put into a tagged vehicle is now "road legal."
Nobody is trying to say that you haven't or aren't going to beat Ford. In fact I support, and applaud, the "little guy" sticking it to the man...
This is correct.
SCG is taking a $250,000, bespoke, road vehicle and spending a few grand to make it a race truck.
Ford is taking the drive train out of a $40,000 MASS PRODUCED vehicle and spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to build a race machine around it.
Apples to Oranges.
Um, this deserves more than a sticker.
You need to find a local airbrush artist to paint this on the tailgate and get it cleared over.
If you are near Tennessee I'd bet my step mother would do it for free if she's still painting. She did a killer "better idea" light bulb with a mouse eating a...
Dude, I know (or think I know) way too much about this imaginary vehicle that I'm waiting for. Many of us are in the same boat. And what bits we as individuals are missing get filled in by our friends here.
I think my wife is right.
It's becoming an obsession.
Yep, rally cars are another good example. While they're not as wild of builds as other examples they are purpose built race cars registered and tagged. They have to transit road sections between special stages.
Also thanks for tagging the original asker of the question. Didn't realize you...
What makes it non street legal is that fact that it's not registered and tagged, pure and simple.
That is the only difference.
Slap a tag on the BroncoR and drive it to get groceries.
The problem is how do you tag a one off purpose built vehicle with no VIN? Kitcar? I don't know.