It is being offered for $1.1 million.
It has starred in Climbkhana and Gymkhana videos.
It’s fast and burns tires.
Ken Block is a lucky guy. He’s had the type of career and life nearly all car enthusiasts can barely dream about. He’s raced and competed in various motorsport disciplines and essentially created his own brand of motorsports in the Gymkhana. If you’re a fan and have lots of money, you could own one of the most famous one-off builds used in the creation of Gymkhana: Block’s Hoonitruck.
This truck started out as a regular 1977 Ford F-150, a truck that Block’s late father once owned. The Hoonitruck however has very little to do with that pickup. It was built by Detroit Speed With Guidance From Ken Block and The Hoonigan Team at a cost reportedly in excess of $1.5 million.
The mad truck is powered by a Ford GT Le Mans Prototype 3.5-litre twin-turbo EcoBoost V6 engine that delivers an insane 914 horsepower and 702 lb.-ft. of torque. All that power is sent through a Sadev 6-speed transmission and then on to all four wheels. The suspension is a fully custom ST/KW setup and there’s much more going on. Read more about on LBI Limited.
The Hoonitruck appeared in Climbkhana TWO and Gymkhana TEN, and with over 75 million views on YouTube, you can bet it’s famous.