For adults in the 1980s, the typical Ford F-150 pickup was two-tone. This appearance has a red or blue base colour (although cyan is acceptable) and white sides. Now that the cars are painted in boring paint, it’s refreshing that the dealership intends to recreate the look of the 1980s F-150 with a new 2021 F-150 pickup. The so-called BFP Retro F-150 comes from Beech Mont Ford, a dealer in the Cincinnati area.
This is not an official Dearborn creation, but it is clearly a tribute to the blue oval. It starts with 2021 or 2022 F-150 at any trim level, although XLT or Lariat with Chrome Kit is recommended, thanks to the myriad of highlights that come with them. To this end, dealers added a satin pearl wrap to give it a two-tone look, although Beechmont said it offers paint options as well.
Other retro styles include chrome bed frames equipped with KC Day lighter lights and 17-inch chrome wheels wrapped in 35-inch white lettering BF Goodrich off-road tires. Finally, a 3.5-inch riser makes the packaging more perfect. Beechmont requires a $ 500 deposit, but the total cost of packaging depends on the options selected, such as the Roush cat exhaust and base truck.
Currently, Beechmont said that due to production delays (possibly a shortage of microchips), its lead time will take 6 to 7 months. The current color palette of the F-150 is not the most exciting: various shades of grey, black, and white, two very similar blues, two reds and one dark green. Retro F-150 impressed us deeply as a neat package; it can make your truck full of vitality without screaming.