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Bumpside 1969 Ford F-100 With 1,000 HP Chevy LS1 Motor Is Pro-Touring Perfection

A ’69 F-100 with the 302 Windsor V8 isn’t bad at all if restored with great attention to detail. Swapping the original engine out in favor of the Coyote wouldn’t be bad either, but Jason Scudellari went the extra mile with his LS1 truck that outputs more than 1,000 horsepower.
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And that’s American muscle, not European ponies, rendering this Bumpside more powerful than the Ferrari SF90 Stradale and other mid-engined exotics that cost ludicrous money. Jason, however, spared no expense in order to make his truck a true pro-tourer.

The ProCharged LS1 is running 16 pounds of boost, made possible by various modifications such as the forged rotating assembly and blower cam. Pushed back into the firewall about 10 inches (25 centimeters), the small-block V8 sits on a new chassis with a different geometry for the suspension system because Jason likes to autocross.

Coilovers all around, a T56 six-speed manual transmission with a dual-disc clutch assembly, Wilwood six-piston brake calipers, Falken Azenis rubber boots, Schott wheels, and a beefed-up Ford 9.0-inch axle are a few other notable modifications. Opening the driver’s door reveals a digital instrument cluster, Procar buckets, and Simpson safety harnesses.

Care to guess how much this bad boy actually weighs?

Speaking to AutotopiaLA, the owner wouldn’t say more than “four grand.” That’s 1,814 kilograms in European money, but the more important detail regarding this Bumpside's weight is the 49:51 distribution.

These incredible specs make it clear that the F-100 is more than adequate for autocrossing, yet Jason also mentions that his truck is “very streetable.” As long as you’re comfortable with the clutch pedal instead of a good ol' torque-converter automatic, then yeah, it is indeed streetable!

Typical of a truck this old, the 1,000-horsepower Bumpside can get cumbersome on the long haul because of the noise. A glorious noise indeed, and the RT615K+ tires really hook into the blacktop if you get a little temperature in them. Given the massive torque of the ProCharged LS1, shredding the rears into rubber pebbles is also tempting.

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