We normally associate Roush Performance with the Ford Mustang, but the company's latest project involves the F-150 SVT Raptor. The tuner has teamed up with Greg Biffle, who drives for the Roush Fenway Racing in NASCAR, on the build as part of the Sherwin-Williams Planet Color All-Star Charity Challenge, pitting them against Toyota driver Clint Bowyer to see who can design the best custom truck.

The NASCAR rivals have gone in significantly separate directions, with Bowyer designing a '50s-style work truck based on the Tundra and Biffle coming up with the flashy off-roader pictured above. Roush has fitted the SVT Raptor with items like their TVS2300 supercharger system good for 525 horsepower, a performance exhaust system, custom 18-inch wheels shod with 35-inch BFGoodrich tires, TireGate tire carrier and light bars front and rear.

So what determines who built the best truck? The winner will be decided by the almighty dollar, with both trucks going to auction for charity. Bowyer's Tundra already sold at Barrett-Jackson's Orange County auction, raising $100,000 for the Emporia Community Foundation, while Biffle's SVT Raptor will look to beat that number at Barrett-Jackson's Las Vegas event in September.

You can check out the custom Roush F-150 SVT Raptor in detail in the gallery above and in a video by scrolling down, then let us know which truck you'd rather have in Comments.


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      Drakkon
      • 2 Years Ago
      I would pay money for this. You would have to pay me to haul away the stupid 'old' toyota truck they made for charity.
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      Dean Hammond
      • 2 Years Ago
      like it, and they chose the Supercab rather than the true 4 door...pretty serious truck....now lets count how many ill-informed people / haters , bring up cases of abused trucks sustaing bent frames....3...2...1...
      budwsr25
      • 2 Years Ago
      I think it's cool. It dosen't have the sunroof and the stupid camera's on it.
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      007 Vodka Martini
      • 2 Years Ago
      haha, Roush. They have turned over about 90% of their employees since late 2008. They now use kids just out of high school from contract houses.
      rjstanford
      • 2 Years Ago
      Dissapointed in the rear light bar support. For a custom charity build, its such a jarring element. The paint job could have been a little more inspired too.
      Luke
      • 2 Years Ago
      "Biffle's Tundra already sold at Barrett-Jackson's Orange County auction, raising $100,000 for the Emporia Community Foundation, while Biffle's SVT Raptor will look to beat that number at Barrett-Jackson's Las Vegas event in September." Seriously...who writes...then edits this stuff? It's BOWYER'S Tundra. I would buy that if I had the money...the Raptor that is.
      Hinder Singh
      • 2 Years Ago
      http://youtu.be/7LJYvCq1olc
      brucec039
      • 2 Years Ago
      Nobody built Jack "for charity". They built it to promote their business.
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