1970 F-250 ‘High Roller’ launches New Signature Series lineup
Concerning that engine, Velocity installs its own serpentine belt system and bolts on custom headers and custom stainless steel exhaust. We don’t have output figures, but motive power is sent through a 4R70 four-speed automatic with overdrive. When the wild calls, grabbing the second lever on the tunnel flicks the Atlass II transfer case into 4WD, putting the Dana 44 front axle to work helping the Ford nine-inch rear. Custom AFCO coilover shocks and 33-inch Toyo Open Country tires on 18-inch wheels are responsible for managing road manners and trail traction.
The interior looks like 1970 but sounds and feels like 2022. Stitched leather and custom textiles cover nearly everything, from the new bench seat to the new instrument panel and custom door cards with illuminated handles. A Dakota Digital gauge cluster behind a Sparc Industries steering wheel mixes it with a Retro Sound Huntington head unit feeding Morel audio and a discrete climate control system.
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