The Shelby Ford F-250 Super Baja Is As Crazy As It Sounds

Shelby Ford F-250 Super Baja | Shelby

There’s nothing we love more than a rugged truck, especially one that can take on all of the elements without breaking a sweat. The interest and demand for the Ram TRX and Ford Raptor are living proof of that notion, so it makes sense why Shelby would combine the two names of F-250 and Baja to reach the big-truck customer base.

The F-250 Super Baja comes with various off-road goodies, and of course, a mighty Powerstroke to match. Under the hood is a massive turbocharged 6.7L V8 diesel engine that produces 475 horsepower and an astonishing 1050-pound-feet of torque. As you might imagine, the price tag is pretty impressive too.

The Shelby F-250 Super Baja starts its life as a 2021 Ford F-250 Lariat 4×4. It comes with the Ford Ultimate package that asks $68,415 to start. The Super Baja package will add an estimated $57,470 to the bottom line, which brings the truck to a whopping $125,805.

What does this buy you? Well, a lot – you can expect embroidered leather seats and floor mats with the Shelby logo, billet racing pedals, custom carbon-fiber inlays, and a serialized dash plate that indicates the build number, which can also be found on the engine cover.

Shelby Ford F-250 Super Baja | Shelby

Underneath the Super Baja? That’s where you’ll find the cool stuff, including custom radius arms up front, a steering stabilizer, and a BDS lift kit. Shelby’s front suspension uses heavy-duty coil springs with dual adjustable 2.5-inch Fox dampers for when things get interesting off-road.

The rear axles are fitted with 2.5-inch Fox external bypass dampers. The truck sits on 37-inch BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain KM3’s that are mounted to 18-inch Shelby aluminum wheels. The lights are impressive as well – a curved 40-inch front light bar, 11.8-inch LED fog lights and a 50-inch power-actuated light bar that’s mounted to the top of the rack.

When you reach the six-figure mark, it becomes a serious investment, especially when you take into consideration the amount of diesel the F-250 chugs. No matter how you spin it, the truck is a beast, and there are plenty of big truck fans out there who agree the world needs more crazy three-quarter-ton diesel off-road trucks. Fortunately, they’re big enough to live in with a price tag like that.

Shelby Ford F-250 Super Baja | Shelby

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