No, this ain’t no optical illusion or a publicity gimmick! The aptly named ‘Upside Down Truck’ is mechanic Rick Sullivan’s flagship vehicle, with the entire ‘contraption’ being build in a customized manner by the man himself. Now, as can be guessed from its whimsical appearance, the combo-vehicle comprises of dual parts from two separate truck bodies. To that end, the main body consists of a 1991 Ford Ranger pickup truck, while the mindbogglingly upside-down body is salvaged from a 1995 F-150 pickup truck.
Interestingly, the Upside Down Truck was given the road-legal status without much hullabaloo. But of course awesomeness never comes cheap and easy – Sullivan spent around $6,000 and more than six-months for the ultimate topsy-turvy automobile specimen that one can flaunt in the roads. And, flaunt he does – as you can see in the video below.
Via: Barcroft Cars / Geekologie