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First, we had the original Roadkill Chevy Muscle Truck (Roadkill Garage, Episode 6) and then the Mopar Muscle Truck (Episodes 15 and 21). So you can see what’s coming: the Ford Muscle Truck! All of these pickups are ½-ton shortbed Stepsides, and the new Ford is a 1968 F-100 with a 460ci big-block engine swapped in by the previous owner. It’s also loaded with a C6 transmission, a Ford 9-inch rear with 3.00 gears, and even air conditioning. The bummer is that the truck had a wiring disaster and barely functional, old, aftermarket fuel injection on it when Steve Dulcich and David Freiburger picked it up, so that and more get fixed on this episode of Roadkill Garage. Dulcich has been driving the so-called FMT every day since the episode was shot.