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For Peter Dunkel, the answer to that question began with a huge Ford F750 commercial truck, and the budget was a staggering six million dollars. The result of his project was dubbed the F750 World Cruiser, and it’s quite the sight to behold.
The Ford F-750 World Cruiser is Beyond a “Cowboy Cadillac”. Nope, nope, and nope. Try $6 million. That’s how much money it took Dunkel Industries to create the Ford F-750 World Cruiser. It’s literally a house on wheels and it’s powered by a Cummins diesel with 1,200 pound-feet of torque. That engine moves a full kitchen, a bathroom, a dining area,...
At home or in the wild, there is no other toy on Earth like Peter Dunkel’s incredible Ford F750 World Cruiser.
Step forward, the Ford F-750 World Cruiser. As well as being able to handle some serious hauling duties thanks to its enormous four-ton payload, the World Cruiser also boasts a full kitchen, a bathroom, a dining area, a living room, and beds for six people.
Called the Ford F750 World Cruiser, this pick-up truck has everything a real RV has and more. With 6 beds, a kitchen and even a lounge area, it lacks nothing in terms of luxury.
Well, this Ford F750 World Cruiser pickup truck has everything under the sun inside it. It is a house on wheels that can also haul a load of anything you can imagine.It has a full living room, kitchen, bathroom, and beds for six.
This Ford F750 World Cruiser pick-up truck, with its full living room, kitchen, bathroom and beds for 6, cost $6m to build. The power plant is the same, 6.7-liter inline 6 cylinders, turbocharged engine which delivers 385hp and 865lb-ft of torque.
Dunkel spent over $6 million to create the World Cruiser which he calls "The mother of all multipurpose vehicles." The rear truck bed can carry four tons of cargo.
Rest Easy. No need to lose sleep over getting the right truck when you can choose a Ford Medium Duty, especially the rugged F-750 Tractor with standard 6.7L Power Stroke® Turbo Diesel V8 with a GCWR of 50,000 lbs. It’s quiet and comfortable, too, so your driver can work all day productively.