The concept of a viccup is simple. You start with an old Ford F-Series pickup and then you drop the entire body onto a late model Ford Crown Victoria (preferably ex-Police P71 interceptor) frame and go to town. You get the looks of a vintage pickup with the driving comfort of a late model Crown Vic. I’ve driven an example of the viccup and it was worth every minute of the work my friends put into it. Today’s viccup is expensive, but could be worth it if well sorted. Find this 1958 Ford F-100 offered for $18,500 in Beavercreek, OH via craigslist.
From the seller:
1958 ford f100
title status: clean
1958 Ford F-100 that had a full chassis/engine/transmission swap from a 2010 Ford Crown Vic. This is a full chassis swap so it has 4-wheel factory crown Vic disc brakes, 4.6l v8, automatic transmission with overdrive. It has factory Crown Vic AC system, heat, and even power windows!!! Flowmaster mufflers for that awesome custom
Sound. Custom reverse style hood hinge. Custom flip up panel in the bed covers the fuel tank for easy access. Rat Fink murals painted on the door panels with him riding in the truck. This truck runs and drives like a new age car with the old style of a 50s rat rod!!! Gets tons of looks everywhere it goes. $18,500
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