Corey Terry from Terry’s Auto Body in Oceanside, CA is no stranger to to off-road racing. He’s raced class 1600, co-drove in a class 8 for a season and most recently raced a 6100 truck.
After selling his Ford Ranger prerunner in 2018, Corey bought a full size Ford and reached out to Andy Petersen at Eversen Fabrication to take it to the next level. He wanted the comfort of a sealed cab and the ability to take his family out to the desert. The truck was built in a year and a half and was well worth the wait with all of the amazing details put into the build. Corey gave Andy free range to do what he wanted with the truck and he’s very happy that he did. His goal was to keep it somewhat stock looking when you see it from the outside. This truck started out as a 2007 F150 and all the only original parts left were the roof and doors once the build was finished. Corey says the only bummer about the truck is that all of the beautiful fabrication details are covered up by the interior and paneling.
Owner: Corey Terry
Chassis: Eversen Ford Raptor Prerunner
Weight: 6,300 lbs
Engine: Paradise motorsports 418 Stoker
Cooling: CBR radiator, Fluidine oil and transmission coolers
Transmission: RDE 4L80
Brakes: Wilwood six-piston calipers, 14′′ rotors
Fuel Cell: 80 gallon
Tires: BFGoodrich KR3 40″
Wheels: Ultra 17×9 beadlocks
Paint: Terry’s Auto Body of Oceanside, LINE-X of Oceanside
Front Suspension: Eversen A-arms and spindles. Fox 3.0 14′′ coil-overs and 4.0 14′′ bypass shocks. 24′′ of travel.
Rear Suspension: Eversen Racing 4-link & housing with 30′′ of travel. Fox 3.0 16′′ coil-overs and 4.0 18′′ bypass shocks . Fox 2.5 bumpstops.
Steering: Power Steering Solutions, With Eversen fab swing set
Interior: Italian leather interior by Oceanside Automotive Upholstery, built dash, Holley digital display, with all tin work done by Eversen fab.
Wiring: HP Wiring
Lights: KC Front Light bars
Communication: Marc at RaceComm Kenwood Tk-790h
Seats: Sparco with Impact restraints
Extras: Fiberwerks front and rear fenders, safecraft fire extinguisher, EWR rear gear.
Photos by: SRM Photography