Ken Block commissioned some memorable automobiles, few extra so than the RaptorTRAX, a 2009 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor sporting tank-like tracks. Rich Block followers now have a chance to personal this distinctive truck, which is listed on the market by LBI Restricted with a $195,000 asking worth.
Revealed in 2014, the RaptorTRAX is powered by a 650-hp 6.2-liter supercharged V-8, with the engine backed by a 6-speed computerized transmission. However as an alternative of wheels and tires, energy is shipped to 4 units of Mattracks, which connect to the wheel hubs. They’re designed for off-roading however, as earlier movies have proven, additionally permit for loopy burnouts. A set of wheels and Toyo tires with 2015 date codes are additionally included.
The truck additionally has modified suspension with King distant reservoir shocks and customized higher and decrease management arms and lengthy bars. Different modifications embrace added skid plates and a customized roof rack with an LED mild bar. Recaro seats are put in within the cab and mattress, with a roll cage protecting each areas. The mattress additionally homes a quick-release barbecue and waterproof stereo system.
The vendor stories that the RaptorTRAX has been effectively maintained, together with having a door-handle alternative recall carried out in 2011, however notes some minor put on and tear resembling small exterior chips and scratches. However that is to be anticipated on a automobile that was really used, on this case for a pair of movies that garnered a mixed 15 million views. Potential consumers needs to be conscious that, as a consequence of a discrepancy, the accompanying CarFax report lists the true mileage as unknown.
Ken Block’s 2009 Ford F-150 RaptorTRAX (picture through LBI Restricted)
LBI Restricted has dealt with the sale of different ex-Ken Block machines. It listed Block’s 1977 Ford F-150 Hoonitruck for $1.1 million in 2021. An ex-Ken Block Subaru rally automobile additionally just lately offered for $146,000 on Convey a Trailer.
Block’s remaining Gymkhana video, “Electrikhana 2: The Mexico Metropolis Periods,” was additionally launched earlier this month. It was filmed in November 2022, simply two months earlier than Block’s demise in a snowmobile crash.