This Ford F-250 Super Duty Has Space For 11 And It's Ready To Party

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The Ford F-250 Super Duty is one of America's most hard-working trucks, and for the most part lives a relatively hard life hauling things and people to and fro. It is for that exact reason that Ford's F-Series trucks are the most popular trucks sold in America, and because of the ubiquity of these vehicles, one tends to see some highly modified versions, and the car featured here is so different.

We've covered some crazy limousine builds in our time, but this 2016 Ford F-250 Super Duty Lariat 4x4 with a six-door conversion actually looks pretty decent and is being auctioned off on Cars & Bids at no reserve.

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This custom F-250 started off life as a standard Super Duty Lariat, but was extensively modified with a stretch Excursion conversion and now features six doors, a rear split-door tailgate, third and fourth-row seating, and enough seating space for up to 11 passengers. That sounds like a dream bachelor party vehicle.

Other than the obviously noticeable stretch, the exterior of this F-250 features some widened wheel fenders, custom running boards, tinted windows, a five-inch ICON suspension lift, and a set of massive 22-inch Hostile wheels wrapped in Nitto Ridge Grappler tires.

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The interior boasts the Lariat trim-specific leather upholstery and King Ranch package features. Standard tech includes tri-zone climate control, a Ford SYNC multimedia system, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and eight speakers with subwoofer.

Under the hood, this F-250 is fitted with a 6.7-liter turbodiesel V8 engine that, in stock form, produces 440 horsepower and 860 lb-ft. This car has apparently had a tune, so the power outputs are unknown. According to the seller, this vehicle has a few stone chips and scuffs marks and wear on the leather upholstery, but only has 79,700 miles on the clock. The current bid stands at $60,100 and the auction concludes on December 17.

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