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Vaughn Gittin Jr.'s RTR Vehicles Unveils New RTR F-150

motor1 logo motor1 4/23/2019 Cam VanDerHorst
a red and black truck parked in front of a house: Ford F-150 RTR

Looking for the perfect tow rig for your RTR Mustang? Look no further.

Professional drifter Vaughn Gittin Jr. and his company, RTR Vehicles, have been producing high-performance Ford Mustang variants since 2011. They've also released individual parts that allow Mustang owners to personalize their own cars.

Now, they're turning their attention to the Ford F-150. Like the RTR Mustangs, the RTR F-150 has aggressive styling with performance to match.

Unlike the more hardcore Raptor, the RTR F-150 seems more than content to be a great all-around truck, useful for everything from off-road fun, to on-road performance, to towing. In fact, it might be the perfect tow rig for RTR Mustang owners who trailer their cars to shows.

a red and black truck parked in front of a car: Ford F-150 RTR© Ford F-150 RTR

The exterior styling upgrades consist of an RTR graphics package, RTR fender flares, grille, and front skid plate, and LED lights. RTR's 20" Tech 6 off-road wheels are shod with Nitto Ridge Grappler tires for an aggressive, rugged look and superior performance both on and off road.

Further contributing to the truck's rugged look is the Fox 2.0 coilover shock system, which in addition to improving all-around performance, also appears to offer a mild lift, from what we can see in the press photos. The RTR F-150 is also fitted with a Ford Performance cat-back exhaust for a more aggressive tone.

Inside, each RTR F-150 receives a numbered dash plaque, signed by Vaughn Gittin Jr. The RTR package is available for all trim levels of the F-150, excluding the Raptor. Those who start with lower-spec F-150s can opt for a special package that includes leather seats embroidered with the RTR logo, while trucks that already have leather will retain their stock upholstery.  

All RTR F-150 buyers are also treated to RTR-branded all-weather floor mats, as well as the requisite RTR fender badges. The RTR package starts at $12,750 on top of the price of a new F-150.

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