Caballo Del Diablo 1968 Ford Bronco Truck

The National Off-Road Racing Association's Mexican 1000 doesn't have the instant name recognition of the Baja 1000, but it has a lot fewer rules. This means the vehicles in the race are some of the wildest creations you'll see in an organized event, with everything from motorcycles to lifted sedans making an appearance. The Caballo Del Diablo, a 1968 Ford Bronco, has won its class in the Mexican 1000 seven times, making it one of the most successful entries ever. Powered by a Ford Performance Parts X2347 V8 good for 360 horsepower, the Caballo Del Diablo rides on Fox suspension, Yokohama tires, and is piloted by ace drivers Boyd Jaynes and Brian Godfrey — easily the most important part of the build.

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