1956 FORD SHELBY F100 SNAKEBIT

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This 1956 Shelby Snakebit F100 with 550 Horsepowers is a combination of a stock 1956 Ford F100 truck and Ford Performance parts to build the ultimate 1956 Shelby Snakebit F100.

It's a supercharged Shelby 5.4L, six-speed Shelby transmission support 9-inch differential on a custom TCI chassis, an altered wheelbase you stretched wheelbase 5-inches among lots of other you know body mods, with 550 Horsepowers with Ford claims the 373 gears in it, 20-inch wheel it's pretty peppy,



This may be the coolest Street Truck you have seen... just awesome.... check it!!

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"Snakebit" a collaboration between Gene Simmons,Shannon Tweed, and Ford.
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This 1956 Shelby Snakebit F100 with 550 Horsepowers is a combination of a stock 1956 Ford F100 truck and Ford Performance parts to build the ultimate 1956 Shelby Snakebit F100.

It's a supercharged Shelby 5.4L, six-speed Shelby transmission support 9-inch differential on a custom TCI chassis, an altered wheelbase you stretched wheelbase 5-inches among lots of other you know body mods, with 550 Horsepowers with Ford claims the 373 gears in it, 20-inch wheel it's pretty peppy,

This may be the coolest Street Truck you have seen... just awesome.... check it!!

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"Snakebit" a collaboration between Gene Simmons,Shannon Tweed, and Ford.

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Joel Fuller

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@Brianb, they said it was customized, so it may be just a cab with modern conveniences. Danny Counts probably had a hand in the design. Looks like a project he'd take on!
 
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Kyle

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Ford Daily is wrong. Not a collaboration between Ford, Gene Simmonds and Shannon Tweed. Tweed and Simmons simply presented the truck at Barrett Jackson to help raise money for the Saskatchewan Children's hospital. Tweed and Simmonds were asked by Saskatoon local Ford Dealership owner to present the truck in Los Vegas. Truck was custom built in Saskatoon by a team put together by Tom Foster (a local Sask Business man).Simmonds snd Tweed had nothing to do with the build and were oblivious to the project untill asked to present the Truck at the Auction. It was gracious they presented but-the truck was not a collaboration between Ford, Tweed and Simmonds. Tom Foster deserves the credit for donating this truck and all the work that went into making it.
 
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Jack

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Danny had nothing to do with this build. This is tastefully done. It doesn’t have diamond tuck velvet interior or metal flake paint.
 
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