Project Responder - Details the transformation of 1987 F-250 Daily Driver in the Ultimate Volunteer Firefighter's Emergency Response Vehicle
Project Responder started out with the goal of building a big, head turning, monster truck, because I could. The project began in the spring of 2000 and took six years to complete, working nights and weekends. The result ended up being a fully functional fire/rescue vehicle with 12" of lift, 40" tires, a 460 under the hood and 200 gallons of water in the bed mounted skid unit.
There is a lot of information here to wade through and we hope you'll enjoy spending some time to see how we transformed this truck into a real head turner. Please be sure to bookmark us as this is a work in progress. There will always be something new going on and something new to see. If you have any questions or comments, be sure to let us know. Thanks for visiting.
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