Glenn's love for this truck and its hidden treasures isn't just in making it aesthetically pleasing, either. For power, Glenn yanked the stock 302 and replaced it with a 1984 351W. The new mill is punched 0.030 over and sports an Edelbrock manifold, TRW slugs, a COMP hydraulic cam, and a Holley 600-cfm carb. The C6 trans came out of a former project, a '72 'Stang, and was rebuilt by a friend of Glenn's to keep the shifting firm. Exhaust is handled courtesy of Mustang headers and Dynomax bullet mufflers. Because the F-150 is the more uncommon shortbed, people often believe it's not a fullsize truck and ask Glenn how he was able to fit this particular engine in. Unbeknownst to quite a few, Glenn could have made an even bigger engine fit.

The interior is yet another source of mistaken identity. Glenn found that '90-91 Ford trucks basically have the same cab dimensions as his '84. After locating the seat, headliner, and sunvisors out of a '91, Glenn added those to the list of mods that would most likely go unnoticed. After adding gray carpet to match the new interior, Glenn did up the rest inside with a Billet Specialties steering wheel to match. He also added a factory air kit, and changed the dash to accommodate.

Don't just keep your eye out for this truck, keep your eye on it. Knowing Glenn, he's bound to do more that'll keep you guessing.