Rough isn’t the very first term most would associate with the Ford Econoline – the company’s go-to van considering the fact that 1961. But this isn’t your regular entire-measurement van, possibly. It is jacked up with an added axle and a front conclusion stolen appropriate off a Ford Raptor. It appears improved suited for the Baja a thousand instead of flower deliveries, but which is just us. The generation will come from Ford Sector in Moscow, Russia, an aftermarket create shop, and it’s named the Ford RaptorBus.

Nuts 6×6 automobiles are not new, but they are not ordinarily a van, possibly. And nonetheless, Ford Sector somehow shoved an added axle beneath, while it appears to be like like a fully new chassis with beefed-up suspension bits and substantial 37-inch tires. That alone is amazing, but the RaptorBus goes a phase even more in its design and style with the Raptor front conclusion.

Transplanting the front of a single motor vehicle onto a further typically finishes in catastrophe, but which is not the situation with the RaptorBus. The grille, headlights, taillights, and bumper glance like they belong on the van. The hood seamlessly blends into the grille, far too.  The added cladding over the wheel wells does very little to assistance continue to keep the tires contained beneath the motor vehicle, but it does incorporate a touch of off-highway aptitude. What completes the van’s glance is the bright red paint and light bar on the roof.


Ford Sector has a ton of photographs of the create over on its Instagram site, which date back to past August ahead of the conversion happened when it sported just two axles, 4 wheels, and a rough exterior paint career. You ought to examine it out – there are other nuts builds to see. Finish, it stands just over nine feet tall devoid of the light bar, measuring more than 2.5 feet taller than the Raptor. We have nonetheless to see the interior, while it’s very likely just a beefy as the exterior, or so we’d hope. Future time you see an Econoline for sale, you’ll be imagining of the alternatives.