When former paratrooper Chris Leathem and his wife Jenn of Palmer, Alaska, decided to restomod this 1975 Ford F-250, it wasn't going to be just a skin-deep rebuild. 13,948 of these were made by Ford between 1973 and 1979, a relatively small number for the USA's perennially best-selling vehicle. Chris and Jenn gave the crew cab short bed a complete frame-off restoration, going so far as to fix the truck's known weak points — fully boxing the frame and installing front leaf springs from a snow package F-350 and rear leaf springs from a Ford F-450 Platinum. Under the hood is a Cummins 5.9-liter P-pump inline-six, mated to a six-speed manual and heavy-duty transfer case. Smittybilt X20 winches are at the front and rear in custom steel bumpers, and the truck is set up to carry standard and gooseneck hitch trailers. Inside is a Vintage Air HVAC system and new leather seats — a significant upgrade from the stock benches. The truck will cross the auction block via Mecum on Veteran's Day 2023.