MT Takes a Raptor to Death Valley

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When one wants to escape from life's daily routine, there's perhaps no better way than to head out to the Mojave Desert in a Ford Raptor.

What better way is there to escape the daily grind of big city life by taking a Ford F-150 SVT Raptor to Death Valley, California for some epic off-roading and truly great adventures? Few things sound better in our book and the people over at Motor Trend obviously felt the same. On this latest episode of Epic Drives, join Arthur St. Antoine as he takes Ford's ultimate off-road fun machine to Death Valley, which some conspiracy theorists claim is the location NASA used to fake the Apollo moon landings.

With its 6.2-liter V8 producing 411 horsepower and plenty of other Baja-ready mechanical bits, the Raptor is the ideal vehicle to take to a place such as this. If it were around during the Apollo space program era, perhaps NASA could have simply used the Raptor instead of the Lunar Rover for moon driving duties. But since those landings were faked...

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