The “Mad Max” version of the pickup at the SEMA show. The Fargo FL1 in 1947, the power level is equipped with a 12-valve 5.9-liter DCEC diesel engine, very wild style of “Crazy Max”.
In this year’s SEMA show, in addition to performance modification or lifestyle modification models, cultural or pure styling modified products are also the top ones. The “Crazy Max” version of the pickup truck in the picture is one of them. The car is a 1947 Fargo FL1, its origin is quite legendary, it is reported that the car was found on the Canadian wasteland, it may be abandoned for nearly 40 years.
Therefore, the car’s doomsday modification style is also inherited from the legendary experience of the car, and the car is named “Chain Smoker”. The whole car is toned based on rust and patina, and many parts of the body are bundled with scrap iron chains to highlight it. A sense of decadence. It is reported that the power level is equipped with a 12-valve 5.9-liter DCEC diesel engine, which has the wild style of “Crazy Max”.
The engine was originally only used for agricultural vehicles, and the modifier also equipped this engine with 74 The large-size turbocharger of millimeters, matched with a competitive clutch and a 5-speed manual gearbox, is powered by the Dana 80 rear axle.