Chip Foose and WD-40 have teamed up to create a unique Ford F-150 for SEMA.

Chip Foose and WD-40 have teamed up to create a unique Ford F-150 for SEMA.

Resembling a mobile billboard, the F-150 Lariat has been equipped with Baja Forged bumpers, a roll cage and a Warn winch. The truck also has power running boards, a "converted front Raptor suspension" and 17-inch MHT Fuel Maverick wheels with 37-inch Falken Wild Peak A/T tires.

Interior changes are limited but include Katzkin leather seats and a Clarion audio system.

For added performance, the 6.2-liter V8 engine has been equipped with a Whipple supercharger, a Gale Banks Straight-Shot Water-Methanol Injection system and a Magnaflow cat-back exhaust. Thanks to these modifications, the engine develops more than 600 bhp (447 kW).

The truck will be given away as a part of a raffle that supports Childhelp, Victory Junction and the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund. Tickets cost $50 (€37) and the winner will be selected in May.

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Chip Foose unveils a modified Ford F-150 for SEMA