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Ford Excursion lives! Get your 2011 model right here

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Filed under: Aftermarket, SUV, Truck, Ford

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2011 Ford Excursion - Click above for high-res image gallery

The Ford Excursion lives, though not through any fault of Ford. The clever craftsmen at Custom Autos by Tim can turn any 2010 or 2011 Ford F-250 or F-350 into what looks to be a factory-perfect interpretation of what the Excursion would look like if it hadn't been axed in 2005. Buyers can get their behemoths with either four or six doors and it usually takes Tim's crew around six weeks to turn a vehicle from a pickup to an SUV. In that time, the shop finds a 2005 Excursion from the southwest, drags it to their shop in Guthrie, Oklahoma and surgically removes the rear-end of the vehicle.

From there, the aft is grafted onto the new truck and a completely new interior is installed. The whole shebang will cost you $23,000 on top of the purchase price of your standard F-250 or F-350. Given that the F-250 starts at $29,480 without destination, chances are you're looking at a price tag of over $53,000 by the time all is said and done. We think we'd just as soon stick with a Chevrolet Suburban were it our chips on the table.

Gallery: 2011 Ford Excursion

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[source: Custom Autos by Tim]Ford Excursion lives! Get your 2011 model right here originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 24 Jan 2011 15:31:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Wow... or why might I add.

:agreed: with what the article said just get a Suburban, less of a hassle and probably cheaper in the long run too

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Excursion > Suburban

The Subby doesn't come with a diesel. :agreed:

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I'd rather have a diesel if I were to get a big truck like that.

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