2019 Ford F-150 Raptor



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Since the introduction of Ford’s F-150 Raptor in 2010, the pickup (which has been described as a “street legal trophy truck”) has garnered lots of fans and sold incredibly well. While it saw a short two year hiatus during 2015 and 2016, it came back stronger than ever for the 2017 model year with a completely new frame, body, and engine, amongst other improvements. A truck like the Raptor could be considered overkill for your typical consumer who will mostly use it on the street but when one considers the conditions of the average Southern California roadway the Raptor starts to make sense, potholes and rough broken pavement are eaten up with ease, and the faster you drive it the better it performs! When the road ends, the Raptor really comes into its own, so much so that a nearly stock 2017 Raptor completed the Baja 1000!

The 2nd generation of Ford’s Raptor debuted in 2017 and has continued to build on the success of the original SVT creation that began in 2010. The Raptor was based on the best selling F-150 but featured many tweaks from Ford’s Special Vehicle Team that set it apart from anything else that was mass produced and commercially available. A 5.4 and 6.2L V8 mated to a six speed automatic were drivetrain options with the smaller 5.4 liter engine being dropped early on in favor of a high output version of the 6.2 Boss engine that became the standard power plant. With over 400 horsepower on tap, the Raptor had the power to back up its aggressive looks and take advantage of its widened track and upgraded suspension.

Beyond just the usual styling cues and marketing fluff about off-road packages that normally exists in the automotive industry, the Ford Raptor actually utilized top shelf Fox Racing suspension components in all four corners with internal bypass shocks featuring external reservoirs that gave the truck over 11 inches of travel in the front and 12 inches in the back. To take advantage of the dampers, new leaf springs had to be designed in the rear and an all new front A-arm suspension setup was ordered. The track was widened by seven inches and ride height raised by two, necessitating all new bodywork that had nothing in common with the standard F-150 save for the headlights. It came standard with a rear locking differential and 4:10 gears, you could spec it with an extended cab or as a SuperCrew 4 door. Originally offered in only four colors, Ingot Silver was added in 2011, interior options were limited but it came well appointed falling somewhere in the middle of Ford’s XLT and Lariat trim levels.

Of the major revisions that the 2017 2nd gen Raptor received, the most notable may have been the new twin turbo 3.5 liter V6 that Car & Driver described as “bonkers”! While some decried the move away from the V8, the boosted V6 mated with a new 10 speed automatic has proven to be more than capable. In addition to new power under the hood, upgraded electronics let you take advantage of all 450 horsepower and 510 ft-lbs of torque with multiple drive modes including Sport, Mud, and Rock Crawl, among others. The electronics are not just under the hood but also on Fox’s new Live Valve electronically adjusted shocks that are paired with the Raptor’s drive modes. The new V6 also sips less fuel than the previous naturally aspirated V8 if you can manage to drive the Raptor like a normal person. The second gen Raptor also saw NVH improved which results in a quieter cabin at highway speeds both on and off the tarmac. The new aluminum body and interior improvements alone justify the price tag, but when compared to your average new pickup price for everything the Raptor offers it starts to look like a bargain.

This 2019 Ford Raptor SuperCrew 4 door (VIN: 1FTFW1RG9KFC09025) is finished in Magnetic Grey and was purchased new by the current owner at Santa Monica Ford in 2019. The seller is letting this Raptor go to a new home in order to make room for a new vehicle.

The odometer shows 23,153 miles.

Factory optional spray-in bedliner.

The sole modification from Ford options is window tint.

Cosmetic Blemishes:

The interior looks as good as the exterior and is line with the indicated low miles. The truck is equipped with navigation, Bang & Olufsen audio and adaptive cruise.

Under the hood this Raptor is all factory original and unmodified.

First seen in the 2017 model year, this Raptor is equipped with the new electronically adjustable Fox Racing “Live Valve” suspension.

The truck is rolling on newer 2020 and 2021 date code BFGoodrich A/T tires.

The seller notes that the truck comes with all original documentation and manuals along with maintenance documents.

Currently located in Pacific Palisades, California, this Ford is offered on a clean California title. Please note that the truck is financed so the title will have the lien removed before it is sent to the new owner. Have any Raptor stories or questions about this listing? Let us know in the “Comments” tab!

Please Note: In response to customer requests, we are implementing an automatic bid bump: if your proxy bid meets or exceeds the reserve price, bidding will jump up to meet that price and you will see “Reserve price has been met” under the price. Please contact abhi@iconicmotorbikes.com if you have any questions!

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