It's a dangerous venture to turn current vehicles into historical versions of themselves
All of us want new cars' contemporary dependability and comfort combined with the flawless
classic automobile design. It is a want that almost everyone has. It seldom works, however.
It is forbidden by something inherent in the natural order of things in our planet
It works once in a blue moon, but it requires extraordinary talent and judgment to pull it off
Both of those essential components don't seem to be present in this vintage Ford F-150
It seems more like a contemporary Ford F-150 than a classic one, for some reason.
It's really difficult to resist the want to create a contemporary vehicle with an antique feel,
but initiatives like these show why we should. To be fair, the vehicle isn't particularly awful
the issue is that it functions nearly perfectly but not quite.
According to The Drive, a new Ford F-150 Lightning's exterior was entirely redecorated at a Wacaunda
The bespoke piece has a two-tone red and white paint job reminiscent of a classic Ford F-150.