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Old 04-05-2006, 08:25 PM
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Exclamation 07 Super Duty latest spy shots

For those who haven't run into these yet. This is off of edmunds website. I'll link ya, and also drop the photos on here for you too. I'm glad I went with the 06 and didn't wait out, I would've been a bit dissapointed. But you all can make your own opinions.

http://www.edmunds.com/insideline/do...ticleId=109864

My thoughts:
PROS:
-Bigger Diesel engine! 6.4L twin turbo international pushing 350hp and 650tq
-The side vents are nice to see
-Interior is more "150" like and looking pretty sweet.
-Gotta look closely, but I just noticed myself; in the tailgate it says "Super Duty" right along the bottom, I think thats pretty slick.

CONS:
-Odd shaped grille, doesn't look in proportion of itself, more "Volvo 18-wheeler" like with the headlight set up and all.
-The headlights are just wacked out




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Old 04-05-2006, 08:32 PM
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dont look too bad except for the headlights, the more i look at them the uglier they get.
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i agree with your commernts...i like the dash styling....and thanks for posting the pics man....Marc
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I sure am glad I didn't wait. The only thing I like is the twin turbo's, guess I'll have to get a chip or tuner to compete. I hate that front end. But like most redesigns, it will take a year or two to grow on me.
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i'll keep my 2000! that thing doesn't do much for me
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Thanks for the pics......not TOO bad but the headlights gotta go. Let's be the first to design an aftermarket headlight kit that replaces that ugly one - we'd sell a million of 'em!
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At first i didn't like the 2005 grille change, the headlights I did like. But it quickly grew on me in a side by side. Beefier looking all around... But this change is a bit crazy, just MHO. It might be atleast 2 years like New2 said haha
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Old 04-06-2006, 05:45 AM
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Must have been designed during a "higher'n a kite day" or something, no sane engineer would let that go thru without beining on something. Now I understand why all the previous '07 pictures I've seen had the front covered. If they didn't their test drivers would have been too embarassed to drive it. T only thing I like about the '07 is the twin turbo, other than that, no thanks, I'll keep my '06.
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The more I look at that front end.... it's not Ford..... check out the International trucks..... this new PSD front end looks like a knockoff of them.

And I'm not feelin' the love for it either.
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headlights

iam with rod, lets make a headlight conversion.
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