• Sep 4, 2006
If you're taking home a camouflaged new Ford F-350, it's probably best to park it head-in if you wish to avoid prying eyes. Luckily for us, reader Adam Minter happened upon this blue example in his neighborhood. The leopard spots by Krylon aren't enough to hide the fact that the front end look is exactly the same as the the one seen in the Super Duty spy shots we reported on last month. In his email to us, Adam expressed regret because he couldn't get any closer for fear of drawing unwanted attention to himself.

Adam, trust us: you did just fine. Thanks for the shots!

(More photos after the jump)

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      • 8 Years Ago
      I like it for one reason.

      The douchebags that have these as daily drivers will be -=less likely=- to blind the everloving !#$%^ out of me because the headlights are set lower than they used to be.

      That is, until all of the aforementioned douchebags put lift kits on them. and loud, pavement chewing, mud tires. and illegal HID kits.

      Now, if you'll excuse me, I need to go install rear facing spotlights in the back headrests of my car.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I really don't see no need for a cover. Besides the grill it looks no different then any other F-350
      • 8 Years Ago
      What's so silly is that the F-350 looks like all other boring, hulk trucks except for the paint job that calls attention to it.

      Some disguise: Hey, ma, look at that truck with the leopard spots on it! Oh, yeah, behind those spots is the grille of the decade--WOW! LOOK AT THAT!

      No surprise that Ford's in deep trouble when they call attention to a new model by trying to hide something that's as dull as dishwater and wouldn't turn a head if it were just left alone.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Now what moron who knows this truck isn't meant to be seen (at least not for any length of time) by the public would park it face out in front of their house?
      • 8 Years Ago
      No car cover?
      • 8 Years Ago
      could someone at ford at least pony up for a set of Bosch ICON, or Valeo Ultimate (900 series) wiper blades.

      Hit up amazon.com, there might be free shipping when you buy a pair.

      • 8 Years Ago
      Okay, what are the odds of something like that happening? Catching a prototype car parked in the driveway of a house in your neighborhood is something that'll probably never happen again. Where do you live, like close to Dearborn or something?
      • 8 Years Ago
      Looks much better than the Sebring.
      • 8 Years Ago
      This must be part of the way boring plan!
      • 8 Years Ago
      To all lookers, it does not matter that the truck looks similar, the thing that matters to the guy that is paying for the truck is that it will last longer than it takes him to pay it off and last time I checked, which was today, there are more Super Duty trucks still working out there everyday than there are gm and dodges in junkyards. This is America, so if you don't like it thats okay, somebody has to drive the competition.
      • 8 Years Ago
      For all you big truck diesel bashers out there:
      If you can figure out how to pull a 10,000 lb. horse trailer with your Asian 2-door Speck, then please let tell us. And do a little research before you talk about how bad the fuel mileage is and how "rancid" and dirty these trucks are.

      I'm a 2005 Ford PSD owner and I get 20 mpg on the highway. Yea, I know that's not as good as the 27 you get on your little car, but again - try and pull with that POS you drive. I also pollute less than your car - unless you are driving an electric (in which case I'm gonna run your ass over when you are putting along at 50 down the highway). And the new Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel in the new Ford 6.4L twin turbo (2008 MY out Feb 2007) will be even cleaner.

      And for my comment on the truck - it's o.k but I wish the front end set higher. Ford was forced to move the whole front end lower so we big truck drivers wouldn't hurt you people that insist on driving your tiny death traps.
      • 8 Years Ago
      and you guys think the new Tundra n the CHevy trucks n Dodge truck look better than FORDs'? there might be no significant difference in looks but they still look alot better than all most trucks (most coz Titan looks mean n definitely the best looking of the bunch)
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