There are unique swaps and then there are projects like this 1994 Ford F-150 project. If you look under the hood you will find an empty engine bay because the truck is now powered by a 1600 cc Volkswagen flat-four and four-speed manual transmission. The engine is visible though a cut hole in the bed. If anyone knows more about this project please contact us or leave a comment.
Source: Bryan Michaud via Jalopnik
This is easily one of the biggest “Why?” projects I have seen in a long time.
It’s a unique one for sure. Hopefully someone will shed some light on how the project came to be.
For people who constantly have to ask why….the herd is over to your left. Mooooo. Start grazing with the rest of the herd.
Wow, Wayne, a cow has you beat in the intelligence department!
Hi guys I am Bryan Michaud the builder of the vw powered f150. The project had no purpose other than to see if I could do it. I had to get creative with fabrication and make it work. I did get on the road for a short time and then like many projects they take a backseat to life. This was about 10 years ago and unfortunately I no longer have the truck, the drive train was removed for a different project and the truck moved onto a re birth with a v8. If you have any other questions please email me. Thanks Bryan