The Accessory Dream Guide


Year/Make/Model: 2013 Ford F150 FX4 Engine: 5.0 Liter V8 Owner: Brandon Mifsud Location: Calgary, AB Instagram: @Storm_Trooper_FX4


Modifications: - 2” Zone Leveling Kit

Brandon Mifsud’s enthusiasm for his 2013 F150 FX4 is obvious. The Calgary resident has been outfitting trucks for years: “I have always been a motor head. As long as I can remember, I’d be pulling wrenches with my dad on the old 1976 F250 Highboy we restored.”

- SmittyBilt M1 Black Mesh Grille - Bullet Proof Kickback Mud Flaps - Bushwacker Max Coverage Pocket Style Fender Flares - 20x12 Fuel Off-Road Maverick Rims - 295/55R20 Toyo Open Country AT/2 Extreme Tires - AVS Smoked Low Profile Window Ventvisors - Airaid Cold Air Intake - Spray in Box Liner - Horn Blasters Conductor Special 244 Nightmare Edition - Speed Demon 20” Light Bar - The Retrofit Source LED C Rings - LED Concepts Halo Rings - Color Matched Headlight Buckets - 30% Tint All Around - 30% Upper and Lower Windshield Brows - Smoked Tail Lights - Smoked Headlights - 3M Protective Film (PPF) - 2 JL TW3 Powered by Phoenix Gold Amplifier - Custom Built Box

Brandon is a loyal Ford man: “I needed a truck that was not only going to reflect my personality, but haul my toys. I couldn’t be any more pleased with how my build turned out.”

“I think my most favourite accessory would have to be my headlight build with the LED Concepts Halo kit and The Retrofit Source “C-ring” kit. I constantly have people ap- proaching me commenting on how great they look. Even traveling down the road, I usually catch a few people taking a good look or a giving me the “thumbs up” as I drive

by. It’s a great feeling knowing your build is admired by the public.” “I am also a part of multiple local enthusiasts’ groups which meet up on a regular basis. Members share their passion for vehicles & organize events such as cruises and shows.” “My goal for this truck is to not only make it stand out from the crowd, but I want to have the performance to go along with the looks. The truck is fun to drive, but I think a supercharger by Roush would look pretty good under the hood. I will also be adding to the appearance slightly, start- ing out with a tail light build and possibly re-vamping my headlights. After that mod is completed, I will be head-

ing back to the fellas that always treat me right over at Raven Truck Accessories for even more goodies!” Brandon spells out a common joy: “you’re always wanting the latest and greatest on the market, preventing the project from ever being “Truly Finished”.


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