Custom Ford F-350, Custom Wrangler, Steyr Pinzgaur – Weird Stuff Wednesday

Each week we dig through the millions of vehicles on in search of the craziest vehicles available. If you love a vehicle that’s not afraid to get dirty, this is for you. This edition of Weird Stuff Wednesday features 3 insane off-road vehicles. We found a crazy custom Ford F-350 Super Duty, a beautiful custom 2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, and a 1982 Steyr Pinzgaur 721M military vehicle.

Custom Ford F-350 Super Duty

2011 Custom Ford F-350This insane custom Ford F-350 has been nicknamed “The Brodozer.” Customized and tuned to the max, this F-350 is ready to handle almost anything. Powered by a 6.7L Diesel V8, this Ford F-350 has nearly any customization you can think of for off-roading. Notable features include front & rear winch, interior and exterior sound system, racing seats and harnesses for 5 passengers, King 3.0×18 coil over shocks, 54” tires, roll cage, Caterpillar yellow paint, and more.

Custom 2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

2016 Jeep Wrangler UnlimitedWe see a lot of custom Jeeps on, but we can’t stop looking at this 2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. From the aqua satin mint exterior to the transparent red interior and exterior accents, this Wrangler is easy on the eyes, to say the least. On top of killer good looks, this Wrangler Unlimited has countless customizations. From luxurious touches to rugged performance enhancements, check out the full seller’s description for yourself.

1982 Steyr Pinzgauer 712M

1982 Steyr Pinzgauer 712mWhat do you mean you’ve never heard of a Steyr Pinzgaur? This classic military vehicle is a 1982 Steyr Pinzgaur 712M high-mobility all-terrain vehicle built in Austria. Powered by a 2.5L 4-cylinder engine, this military vehicle can engage 2×4, 4×4, or 6×6 while in motion with hydraulic differential locks. Total seating for this vehicle is 14! If for some strange reason you need to haul military personnel from point A to point B, this is the vehicle for you.

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