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Updated on Apr 22, 2013
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Hey there! Mine name is Sara and this here is my 1994 Ford F-150 xlt 4x4. Her name is Bonnie. I have had this truck almost 4 years now. She's see a lot of changes since then and many more to come. I hope you like what you see! Thanks for stopping by! Here is a little history on my girl.
Here is what I started with back in 2008. The black and grey F150 is Outlaw, my first truck. I am the second owner of Bonnie. She started life as a showroom floor truck. She was out fitted with all the bells and whistles and some cruiser alloy wheels. She was used as a demo truck for a year by Randal Ford and was later purchased by a man named John B. He had her customized. He babied the snot out of her. All the modifications you see in the picture below she had before I bought her. But now that I've had her 4 years she's become my own custom. And a rip-roarin badass at that.
I bought Bonnie in the summer of 2008 for a weekend warrior and a show truck. I already had Outlaw as my daily and off road truck. I didn't do any modification to Bonnie right off other than get new tires. I went and purchased some 35x12.5 15 Dunlop Mud Rover Radials. Shortly after that in October 2008 her motor blew on me. I had only had her six months. Turns out the shop that built her motor installed an incorrect torque converter and caused the crankshaft to chew the block to nothing. The pistions had damage with unknown causes. We back-tracked and found out the motor that was put in, which was supposed to be a brand new crate 331 stroker, was infact a well worn drag motor. It was a 331, but in no way new.
Bonnie's heart shortly before it blew. Doesn't look impressive, but indeed it was.
And so the tear-down began. I have no pictures to document the re-build sadly. Bonnie was gone from October 2008 to April 2009. Which was heartbreaking for me. She had everything tore down and she got a new 347 short block high performance which included pistons, rings, connecting rods, camshaft, crankshaft and all bearings and sprockests and a new torque converter 2400 stall. The most damage was the block, crankshaft, torque converter and the transmission.
I have all the paperwork that shows what is in her now. But I'm too lazy to sort through it at the moment. I'll update that later on. So for now, I'm going to list what I know at the moment.
Engine Modification/ drivetrian ect. :
Blueprint crate 347 short block high performance engine
Scat Rotating assembly
Edelbrock performer heads
Extreme Energy camshaft
Full roller motor
Edelbrock upper and lower plenum intake
High flow injectors
K&N cold air intake
Edelbrock valve covers
Underdrive pully kit
Stock distributor (for now)
Comp dual roller lifters
Fel pro roller rockers
Built tranny with B&M shift kit
Magna flow exhaust
10.5 to 1 compression ratio
2400 stall torque converter
Heat Buster HD 4 core radiator
Dana 40 axles
Front and rear lockers
That's all I can think of at the moment, I'll add more later.
4 inch suspension lift from pro comp
2 inch body lift
Shocks from pro comp (painted pink)
Helper bags for towing from Air Ride
She will soon be receiving a full 8 inch suspension lift and a 2 inch body lift and hopefully will be on air ride as well.
Hoping to bag the rear here soon. The truck will function like a typical bagged truck, just lifted.
She has two 10' Kicker Comp's behind the seats hopefully to be four in a custom sub box behind the seat.
Alpine V power 500 watt amp
JVC head unit
The interior is stock for the most part. I painted the control panels on both doors white and painted the dash bezzle white. Hopefully I'll have a fully custom interior in the future. It also has a Air Ride air gauge and mounting plate under the dash.
LED 3 million color under glow under dash and seats
Again, mostly stock.
It has a 8' drop full chrome rear bumper, I can't remember the brand at the moment though.
Clear chrome Euro style head lights, turn signals and corner lenses
Westin Step bars
Go Rhino Chrome roll bars
Rhino liner bed liner
Chrome bed rail trim
Shaved body moldings
2005 Ford F150 side emblems
Clear euro Style Tail lights (Not my favorite ones, but I busted my other ones)
Aftermarket receiver hitch
Chrome door stills
Tinted windows and limo tint rear glass
Chrome 3rd brake light cover
LED brake light between bed and bumper
LED 3 million color under glow
Was repainted several years ago with a full frame off paint in custom mixed white ice with multiple clear coats
Pink, blue, and purple pin-striping done by The Wizard out of Tulsa, OK
Paint to match side mirrors
Wheels and Tires:
17' Chrome American Racing ATX Artilery wheels
35' Goodyear Feirce Attitude MT tires
Cermaic brakes (unsure of brand at the moment)
I think I've got everything listed, but I'm sure I've missed something! I'll add more later of course! Head on over to my next page to view pictures of Bonnie!
*This page is under construction*
First page: A little information/updates
Second page: Photos and shows
Third page: Photoshoots and other things!
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Nice...love the grille
very nice ride!!!! 5 stars!!!
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