It comes with an extra engine, but it is expensive.
Over the years, we've watched Ken Block hoon around in some incredibly cool cars in the Gymkhana series, from a souped-up Ford Escort Cosworth rally car to the 1,400-hp 1965 Ford Mustang Hoonicorn that tackled the Pikes Peak Hillclimb in the Climbkhana spin-off. One of his most memorable rides, however, was the 1977 Ford F-150 Hoonitruck.
Since he parted ways with the Blue Oval, Ken Block sold a selection of his fast Fords earlier this year as part of a collection that included his 1986 Ford RS200 and two Fiesta STs; and now the famous Hoonitruck is looking for a new owner.
Offered for sale by LBI Limited, Ken Block's Hoonitruck is a one-off custom Ford F-150 built by Detroit Speed. Under the hood lies a 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine borrowed from the Ford GT Le Mans race car that also features a one-off, 3D-printed aluminum intake to help it breathe. At the time, the intake was the largest 3D-printed car part in the world. Paired with a Sadev six-speed gearbox and all-wheel-drive, the Hoonigan's V6 engine generates a colossal 914 hp and 702 lb-ft of torque.
"We are extremely excited to continue our momentum after successfully selling two cars from Ken's collection, his 1986 Ford RS200 and his Ex-Gymkhana Ford Fiesta "RX43." said LBI Limited's Partner and Specialist, Keith Koscak.
Ken Block's Hoonitruck made its debut in Gymkhana 10, where it burned some rubber along Route 66 and drifted around some vintage Edsels. After Gymkhana 10, the Hoonitruck starred in Climbkhana Two where it drove up China's Tianmen Mountain highway, one of the most dangerous roads in the world.
If you want to be the next owner of Ken Block's legendary Hoonitruck, you'll need deep pockets because it will cost you a whopping $1.1 million. As part of the sale, the Hoonitruck comes with an array of spare parts including an additional Ford GT Le Mans engine.