SEMA F-350 FIRST SPECIAL SERVICE FORCE MILITARY TRIBUTE VEHICLE

SEMA F-350 FSSF MILITARY TRIBUTE VEHICLE

The First Special Service Force was activated in 1942. Using special weapons and tactics, they were so successful the Nazi’s began to call them “Black Devils” from the face paint they wore and “Devils Brigade.” Adding to their legend, the group would leave calling cards containing the image of the group’s Arrow Head Patch with the phrase “Das Dicke Ende Noch” or “The worst is yet to come.” In 1952 Colonel Aaron Bank reintegrated the tactics and training utilized by the First Special Service Force. This new group would go on to become the basis for today’s modern Special Force Units.

POWERTRAIN

6.7L Powerstroke, 6R140 Transmission. Cold air intake. H&S Minimax tuner full 5″ exhaust (completely ceramic coated black) with black nickel exhaust tip. Intercooler pipes finished in black nickel. Custom rear carbon fiber driveshaft. CNC rear differential cover.

CHASSIS

6″ lift computer controlled air suspension, adjusts from 1″ to 8″ of lift. 4 link rear suspension, tubular front radius arms, reservoir shocks. All suspension components finished in metallic charcoal, skid plate finished in Cosmichrome. Custom Rolling Big Power rims, fitted with CNC beadlocks and finished in black nickel.

EXTERIOR

Ford Tuxedo Black, Cosmichrome finished front and rear bumpers, door handles. CNC fog light surrounds-front and rear. CNC F.S.S.F Patch in front bumper. CNC tribute fender badges, finished in black nickel. Real tailgate stamped with the Special Forces’ motto, in the Super Duty font. Mesh grill, finished with black nickel with curved LED light bar. Baja style matched spare.

INTERIOR

Front headrests embroidered with First Special Service Force Patch. Dashboard completely reassembled with black nickel accents. Switch plate covers finished in Cosmichrome. Auxiliary air gauge and switches mounted on carbon fiber panels.