Hulst Customs has released a rendering of a tuned Ford F-350 Super Duty as a preview ahead of the truck’s debut at SEMA.
Hulst is building this for tool manufacturer Snap-On, with the intention of creating a toolbox-themed vehicle.
Besides the obligatory visual revamping, this F-350 receives a minitub, Snap-On toolbox, and stereo system in the bed, and an interior covered in leather and Snap-On embroidery. There’s also a Sony Xplod stereo system inside, consisting of a DVD unit up front, four subwoofers, two sets of component speakers and a set of 6×9 speakers, all receiving power from four amps. A monitor has been put into every headrest, and a 22-inch flat-screen monitor is in there as well, presumably dropping down from the headliner.
Technical changes are limited to a DJM suspension kit, made up of front “Dream Beams” and a rear flip kit.
We’ll be awaiting the final result at SEMA.