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Stage 3 Project Vehicles
While, big, gaudy builds with factory-matched powder coated suspension are a nice thing to see at a SEMA booth, they're not what most folks want when shopping around for their Ford Vehicle of choice. That's why we here at Stage 3 put together project cars and trucks using only parts from our site that you can grab for your very own F150, Super Duty, Mustang, or other Ford vehicle of choice. We keep the custom shenanigans to a minimum so that you can get an idea on how your truck will look, feel, and perform. All of our project cars and trucks are either owned by Stage 3 or its employees and are driven on the regular, both on and off the road so that we all learn how these Mustang Performance Parts, F150 Performance Parts, or Super Duty Parts perform and function in the long run.

2017 F150 3.5L EcoBoost Lariat Project Truck

Stage 3's 2017 F150 3.5L EcoBoost Lariat Project Truck With both direct and port injection, as well as a new 10-speed transmission, we just could not say no to the 2017 3.5L EcoBoost F150s, and our our Lariat features dark grey paint, a 6.5ft Bed, and 4WD, which will serve as a baseline for a heaping pile of awesome. Have a look at our 2017 F150 3.5L EcoBoost Build Page

2015 F150 3.5L EcoBoost FX4 Project Truck

This truck was our first 2015 F150, and being the first of the newest generation of F150s that we could get our greedy little paws on, we threw everything at the kitchen sink at this Race Red SuperCrew EcoBoost F150. This truck had almost a half-dozen different suspension setups, all paired with serious power-adders, 5-Star Custom Tuning, and enough goodies and accessories to make this truck one of the baddest 2015 EcoBoosts around. You get all the details over on our 2015 F150 3.5L EcoBoost Project Page.

2015 F150 5.0L "Desert Runner" Project Truck

Stage 3's 2015 F150 5.0L Project Truck It had been awhile since he last had a dedicated desert truck, and with the 2015 F150s looking badder than ever, we decided it was high-time to put a little something together that could thrash around the deserts and wilderness of the Phoenix Area with absolute impunity. Our 2015 F150 5.0L Lariat skipped some of the smaller stuff we usually do, and jumped right into a complete coilover lift kit, off-road bumpers, chase rack, and power-adders that culminated in a Whipple Twin-Screw Supercharger System. This truck as absolutely ferocious, and did whatever we needed and more. Get all the details and awesome images on our 2015 F150 5.0L "Desert Runner" Project Truck Page

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2015 2.7L EcoBoost Lariat Project Truck

Stage 3's 2015 F150 2.7L EcoBoost Lariat SuperCrew Project Truck As awesome as it is to go absolutely hog-wild with a truck, it's just as great to put together an F150 that's both clean and capable, which was the end goal for our 2015 F150 2.7L EcoBoost Project Truck. This truck got just enough power-adders and custom tuning to take advantage of the 2.7L EcoBoost's hidden power potential, just enough suspension hardware and tire to let it go just about anywhere without getting crazy, and just enough lighting and accessories to make the truck more capable without looking like a gaudy mess. This truck was a perfect balance of performance and sleekness, and you can get all of the details over on our 2015 F150 2.7L EcoBoost Project Truck Page.

2015 F150 3.5L EcoBoost XLT Project Truck

Stage 3's 2015 F150 3.5L EcoBoost XLT Project Truck Since most of our 2015 F150s so far have all been Lariats, we decided to go for something more basic to prove that you don't need the most expensive truck on the block to have one of the most awesome. All you really need is the right combination of performance parts and an excellent platform to work off of. You can get all the details over here.

2013 F150 5.0L STX SuperCab Project Truck

Stage 3's 2013 F150 5.0L STX SuperCab Project Truck We here at Stage 3 Motorsports feel that it's our sworn duty to see how big we can take our trucks, and our 2013 F150 5.0L Project Truck got very big in a very big hurry. What started out as a mild build with a full Fox 2.0 suspension quickly tuned into a huge lifted truck with a 7" lift kit that only got bigger with the addition of coilovers and add-a-leaf kit that took this blue monster to a towering ride height with clearance to fit on massive tires, all while being fed extra horsepower and torque from a powerful supercharger system. Not to mention, this truck got more than its fair share of lighting upgrades, making it one of the most light-happy F150s that we put together. Get all the details over on our 2013 F150 5.0L STX SuperCab Project Truck Page.

2013 F150 3.5L EcoBoost RWD XLT Project Truck

Stage 3's 2013 F150 3.5L EcoBoost RWD XLT Project Truck While the 2009 to 2014 F150s certainly look great when lifted to a massive ride height with huge wheels and tires, they also look pretty darn good dropped low as an aggressive street truck build. With a 3.5L EcoBoost V6 under the hood and a set of 3.73 gears out back, our 2013 F150 RWD XLT is already one very quick truck that got even faster thanks to a custom tune and a few extra power-adders thrown into the mix. After we combine the rear-wheel drive quickness and extra power with a wicked drop kit and sticky street tires, we'll have a lean, mean street machine. Read all the details over on our 2013 F150 3.5L EcoBoost RWD XLT Project Truck page.

2013 F150 3.5L EcoBoost Platinum Project Truck

Stage 3's 2013 F150 Platinum 3.5L EcoBoost Project Truck Owned by a local customer of ours, this 2013 F150 Platinum Edition rocked a 3.5L EcoBoost V6 under the hood that quickly got a bunch more horsepower and torque thanks to one of our powerful Phase Performance Packages and 5-Star Custom tuning. The rest of the truck got decked out with lighting, interior, and exterior modifications which all came together to make this Platinum F150 build really shine. Read more over on our 2013 F150 3.5L EcoBoost Platinum Project Page.

2012 F150 3.5L EcoBoost FX4 Project Truck

Stage 3's 2012 F150 3.5L EcoBoost FX4 Project Truck With a 3.5L EcoBoost under the hood, 4WD and 3.73 gears out back, this 2012 F150 served as an excellent starting canvas for one serious F150 build, and we went all-out on this aggressive truck with a huge 8" lift kit, 37" tires, front and rear off-road bumpers, aggressive aftermarket lighting, power-adders, custom tuning, and just about whatever else we could get our hands on to make this one of the most most menacing 2009-2014 F150s around. You can read all the details over on our 2012 F150 3.5L EcoBoost FX4 Project Page.

2012 F150 5.0L FX4 Project Truck

Stage 3's 2012 F150 5.0L FX4 Project Truck What happens when you combine a Race Red F150 with 4WD and a Coyote V8 with a full ICON suspension system, awesome wheels and tires, and a powerful Procharger Centrifugal Supercharger System? One heck of a truck, and one of the best-looking F150s that we've ever put together. Our Race Red 2012 F150 5.0L was one of our favorite builds, and the end result was a truck that could go just about anywhere as fast as you needed it to, all while looking awesome and rocking a ton of off-road lighting in a clean and mean package. You can read all of the details over on our 2012 F150 5.0L FX4 Project Truck Page.

2012 SVT Raptor 6.2L "Desert Raptor" Project Truck

Stage 3's 2012 SVT Raptor 6.2L Project Truck You know those Raptors that never see a single fleck of dirt because their owners are afraid of losing resale value? Yeah, this truck ain't one of those. Our Project Desert Raptor was owned by a local customer, and it had enough desert pin-striping down its flanks to prove it wasn't just another Raptor floating around the burbs. This awesome off-road monstrosity swapped out the already capable Raptor Fox shocks for a complete Fox 3.0 Coilover and Bypass Rear Shock System that gave this wicked truck amazing levels of off-road performance and enough ride height to fit on even bigger wheels and tires. Rounding out the Raptor was an ADD front off-road bumper and complete Stainless Works exhaust system that gave this truck a great look and vicious sound. Get all the details over on our 2012 Raptor 6.2L Project Truck Page.

2012 F150 3.7L V6 XLT RWD Project Truck

Stage 3's 2012 F150 3.7L XLT Project Truck Build The 3.7L V6-powered 2011 to 2014 F150s don't really get a lot of love. With a V6 putting down almost as much power as the older 4.6L V8 trucks while getting better fuel economy, these things were plenty capable, especially with a few mods. That's why we took a shot at a 2012 F150 XLT with a 3.7L V6 with rear-wheel drive. Our goal was to prove you could do plenty with the lowest rung motor on a basic truck package all without breaking your bank. The end result looked great and performed well both on and off the road. Read all the details over on our 2012 F150 3.7L V6 XLT RWD Project Page.

2011 F150 3.5L EcoBoost XLT RWD

Stage 3's 2011 F150 3.5L EcoBoost XLT RWD F150 Project Truck This is the truck that got us here at Stage 3 Motorsports into the EcoBoost game and pushed us more to F150s in general. Originally purchased as a general-purpose shop truck for hauling parts and gear around, we fell madly in love with the huge power and power potential of this thing's 3.5L EcoBoost V6 and the fact it was putting all that power down through its rear wheels. While we didn't go crazy with this truck, it turned out to be an excellent multi-purpose street and hauling truck that got is into the F150 EcoBoost game in a big way. Read all the details over on our 2011 F150 3.5L EcoBoost XLT Project Truck Page.

2011 F150 XL 5.0L 4WD Work Truck Build

Stage 3's 2011 F150 5.0L XL 4WD Work Truck Project Truck What can you do with a beat and flogged work truck that's seen better days? We're planning on finding out the hard way with our 2011 F150 5.0L XL Project Truck Build. With 174,000 miles hard-earned work miles on the clock, bad hubs and IWEs, mismatched tires, ruined lighting, more than a few dents, and some more holes in the bed than we really need, this truck has seen better days. That being said, it comes with a 5.0L Coyote V8 under the hood, working 4WD, and a clean title for the low price of $9500.00 dollars. While it needs some love, there's a lot of potential for this truck, especially since we saved some cash up front. Read more about this truck over on our 2011 F150 5.0L XL Work Truck Project Page.

2007 F150 XLT 5.4L 4WD SuperCab Project Truck

Stage 3's 2007 F150 XLT 4WD SuperCab Project Truck When it comes down to it, the 2004 to 2008 F150 5.4Ls are still great trucks, even today, and our 2007 F150 XLT turned into one heck of a great truck. This F150 got de-chromed, lifted, lit up, and custom tuned which transformed it from a basic XLT into a monstrous F150 that was both capable off-road and excellent on-road while looking fantastic doing both. The clean orange-on-black styling theme made it stand out, while it's huge lift and big wheel and tire combination made it look ready to smash just about anything that got in its way. Read all the details over on our 2007 F150 XLT 4WD Project Page.

2007 F150 5.4L FX4 SuperCrew Project Truck

Stage 3's 2007 F150 FX4 Project Truck This was one of our first F150 project trucks, and its combination of black-on-blue styling theme, lift kit with stacked spacers and add-a-leaf, big tires, and aggressive wheels made it look like it could conquer anything and a very capable off-road rig. Like most of Stage 3's project trucks, our 2007 FX4 had no shortage of lighting upgrades, with both aftermarket headlights and taillights, as well as enough off-road lighting to brighten up the darkest of nights out on the trail. Read all the details over on our 2007 F150 FX4 Project Truck Page.

2005 F150 5.4L XLT 4WD SuperCrew Project Truck

Stage 3's 2005 F150 5.4L 4WD XLT SuperCrew Project Truck It can be a good thing to buy a truck that's already been decently modified by a previous owner. While our 2005 F150 SuperCrew Project Truck already had a lift kit and decent set of wheels, it needed some TLC and a few upgrades to get into fighting shape. Luckily, not too many. Come check out the suspension, braking, and tire upgrades we made to this previously-lifted F150 to turn it into an excellent do-it-all F150 build that handles itself extremely well both on and off road. You can get all the details over on our 2005 F150 5.4L 4WD XLT SuperCrew Build Page.

2005 F150 5.4L XLT 4WD SuperCab Project Truck

Stage 3's 2005 F150 5.4L XLT 4WD SuperCab Project Truck Your don't really need a massive lift, ungodly big tires, and bunch of stuff in general to turn a 2004 to 2008 F150 5.4L into a capable off-road machine and perfectly decent on-road cruiser. You really need just enough hardware to make it happen. Our 2005 F150 5.4L XLT Project Truck got started out bone-stock and received a 4" lift kit, 35" tires, and enough mods and tuning to get it moving quicker and cleaner, all while some clean off-road lighting and LED upgrades got it putting out more light both on and off the road. You can get all the details over on our 2005 F150 5.4L XLT SuperCab Project Page.

2004 F150 5.4L XLT 4WD SuperCrew Project Truck

Stage 3's 2004 F150 5.4L XLT 4WD SuperCrew Project Truck The good news about getting a truck with 165,000 miles on it is that you won't pay much, even if it's already equipped with a lift kit and decent wheels. The bad news is that you'll probably have to put in a decent amount of TLC. Our 2004 F150 5.4L Project Truck was pretty tired, but with a little love and effort, we had this truck churning out more power and riding great both on and off the road, which made it into an incredibly fun and capable F150 build. Read more about over on our 2004 F150 5.4L Project Truck Page.

2000 F150 5.4L Lariat SuperCab Project Truck

Stage 3's 2000 F150 5.4L Lariat SuperCab Project Truck The 1997 to 2000 F150s can still be perfectly decent and capable trucks, and there's plenty of aftermarket hardware out there to make them pretty awesome. Our very own 2000 F150 5.4L Lariat Project Truck ended up with a suspension and wheel and tire overhaul that provided excellent off-road traction while maintaining great ride quality. Despite its mileage and the fact it had been used to the fullest, this truck turned out great, and you can make your own 1997 to 2000 F150 just as great with minimal effort. Read all the details over on our 2000 F150 5.4L Lariat Project Truck.

2017 F250 6.7L Powerstroke 4WD Project Truck

Stage 3's 2017 F250 6.7L Project Truck We just couldn't say no to the aggressively redesigned 2017 Super Dutys or their tweaked 6.7L "Scorpion" Powerstroke V8s that are now rated at over 900lb-ft of torque from the factory on a lighter platform. We're chomping at the bit to get this big truck higher in the air, looking even badder, and churning out a heck of a lot more power. Stay tuned to our dedicated build page for updates.

2014 F250 6.7L Powerstroke 4WD Project Truck

Stage 3's 2014 F250 6.7L Powerstroke 4WD Project Truck The 6.7L Powerstrokes are one heck of engine, and you can get a massive amount of extra power and torque out these big diesel V8s with even basic modifications. Top that off with a big and capable Super Duty truck that accepts all sorts of suspension hardware and lifts, as well as massive wheel and tire combinations, and you have the beginnings of something amazing. Our 2014 F250 6.7L Build went from being a big fridge on wheels to one of the most capable and impressive trucks that we've ever put together in practically no time at all. Read all of the details on our 2014 F250 6.7L Powerstroke Project Page.

2006 F250 6.0L Powerstroke 4WD Project Truck

Stage 3's 2006 F250 6.0L Big Red Project Truck The 6.0L Powerstrokes are notorious for their litany of reliability problems that effected both bone-stock trucks, but mostly kept a lot of folks from tuning and modding the things. However, once properly bullet-proofed, the 6.0Ls could handle just about anything, and we wanted to prove it with our 2006 F250 6.0L Project Truck. We went through the hassles of making sure the motor holds together while we stack on some serious modifications to get a ton of power from this pre-emissions diesel, all while keeping its exterior looking clean and mean. When we're through, our 6.0L Build will be able to do a bit of everything without breaking a sweat -- or breaking in general. Read all the details over on our 2006 F250 6.0L Project Truck Page.

2006 F250 6.0L Harley Davidson Project Truck

By far the biggest truck we ever put together, our 2006 F250 6.0L Harley Davidson Edition truck got utterly massive, almost to a ridiculous degree. With a 10" Coilover Lift Kit and massive 40" tires, this truck was absolutely huge. Topping off the lift was a few basic power adders and tuning that made this Harley truck one big, scary monster of a Super Duty build. Check out all the details on our 2006 F250 6.0L Harley Davidson Project Truck page.

2006 F350 6.0L "Stacks" Project Truck

Stage 3's 2006 F350 6.0L Stacks Project Truck So named because of its complete bed-mounted Stacks exhaust system, this powerful F350 6.0L got some serious use as one of our first diesel builds, and by the time we were finished, this awesome truck had a big, 8" lift kit and 37" tires topped off by a bunch of lighting modifications, power-adders, and tuning. While it didn't have a ton of bed space due to the stacks, it had a great look, ferocious sound, and served us here at Stage 3 extremely well. Read more about this truck over on our 2006 F350 6.0L "Stacks" Project Page.

2012 Expedition 5.4L Project Truck

Stage 3's 2012 Expedition 5.4L Project Truck Build Is it possible to find redemption and awesomeness in one of the staples of PTA meetings and mall parking lots? We here at Stage 3 were willing to try and find out by taking a very average 2012 Expedition and turning it into a tough, aggressive, and capable trail and camping vehicle that could rival some of our F150 builds. See the details over on our 2012 Expedition 5.4L Project Page.

2016 Focus ST 2.0L EcoBoost Project Car

Stage 3's 2016 Focus ST Project Car We've been itching to get our hands on a Focus ST since 2013, and now we've finally added one of these awesome turbo hot-hatch cars to our project car stable. With an ST3 Package and white paint job, our 2016 Focus ST is going to get put through the ringer when it comes to modifications, with a full overhaul to its engine, suspension, and exterior already in the works. Go see more on our 2016 Focus ST Project Page.

2015 Mustang 2.3L EcoBoost Project Car

Stage 3's 2015 Mustang 2.3L EcoBoost Project Car The 2015 Mustangs with the 2.3L EcoBoost I4 under their hoods have more than their fair share of haters. Luckily, those people are WRONG, and we proved it by grabbing just about every carbon fiber part we could get our grubby paws on and combining them with an air suspension kit, power-adders, and tuning that made this EcoBoost-powered Pony look sexier and run circles around your average V8 muscle car of choice. Our EcoBoost Mustang was absolutely glorious, and was one of the most gorgeous Mustang builds we've put together, though maybe not the fastest. See the details over on our 2015 Mustang 2.3L EcoBoost Project Page.

2012 Mustang GT 5.0L Project Car

Stage 3's 2012 Mustang GT 5.0L Project Car With the 2011 to 2014 Mustang GTs already looking awesome and rocking a bunch of power from their 5.0L Coyote V8s, it really doesn't take all that much to get a great-looking street car that's faster than most of the folks out their on the road. Our 2012 Mustang GT build has just enough exterior and styling upgrades to set it apart from the res of the herd and just enough power-adders, suspension, and brake upgrades to make it a fun and aggressive daily driver that provides an absolutely excellent driving experience. Read all the details over on our 2012 Mustang GT 5.0L Project Page.

2011 Mustang GT 5.0L "Project Zombie" Project Car

Stage 3's Project Zombie 2011 Mustang GT 5.0L Project Car A near-death experience usually results in a reevaluation of your life goals and ends up being a positive force of change. Turns out that Mustangs aren't much different than people. Our 2011 Mustang GT Project Car is owned by one of our good local customers. He brought this car on a Stage 3-sponsored cruise to Prescott where it had an unfortunate run-in with a Honda CRV and a ditch. From near-tragedy came one of the most wicked Mustang GTs in the Phoenix area that combined a Boss Manifold, long tube headers, exterior parts, and a wicked custom paint job into one heck of an undead creation. Read all the gory details on our 2011 Mustang GT Project Zombie Project Page.

2008 Shelby GT500 5.4L Convertible Project Car

Stage 3's 2008 Shelby GT500 5.4L Convertible Project Car During their production runs, the Shelby GT500s represented the pinnacle of mass-market performance, and even eight years after it rolled of the line, our otherwise untouched 2008 Shelby GT500, is still churning out a ton of power. What's even better, is that this low-mileage GT500 was had for under $30,000, making it a performance bargain that's only get better when subjected to the modifications and tuning that we have in store for this mean, clean Snake. Read all the details over on 2008 Shelby GT500 Project Page.

2007 Mustang GT 4.6L "T-Roush" Project Car

Stage 3's 2007 Mustang GT 4.6L T-Roush Project Car This car put Stage 3 on the map, and for a while was one of one of the most powerful and terrifying Mustangs rolling around the greater Phoenix Metro Area. With a Roush TVS 2300 Supercharger sitting on top of a Roush P51 short block with JBA long tube headers and about every other bolt-on we could throw at thing. In the end, this crazy horse was pushing out 650 horsepower which was kept under control by a full set of suspension modifications and 6-piston brake kits on both the front and rear. This thing could move, handle, and stop like no other and is still one of the most insane cars we put together over the years. Read all the details over on our 2007 Mustang GT "T-Roush" Project Page.

2006 Mustang GT 4.6L "Dark Horse" Project Car

Stage 3's 2006 Mustang GT 4.6L Dark Horse Project Car Another unique creation from your friends at Stage 3 was our 2006 Mustang GT Saleen Dark Horse Clone. The 2009 Saleen Dark Horse was supposed to be Saleen's swan song for the original S197 Mustangs, and while they were pretty awesome, they didn't sell particularly well. We here at Stage 3 liked the look, so we decided to use parts and accessories to make our own version, starting from a base 2006 Mustang GT. The car ended up with a complete Saleen Super Shaker 550 horsepower Supercharger System, full exhaust system, and a full suite of body and interior modifications that gave it a wicked, murdered out look inside and out. Read all the details over on our 2006 Mustang GT 4.6L "Dark Horse" Project Page.

2003 SVT Cobra 4V 4.6L "Mr. Whipple" Project Car

Stage 3's 2003 SVT Cobra 4V 4.6L Mr. Whipple Project Car Assuming you somehow manage not to break the IRS on the 2003 and 2004 Terminator Cobras, they can become immensely powerful cars capable of throwing down huge power. That being said, you can actually break the IRS still manage to make these cars stupid powerful, it'll just take some extra work. Our 2003 SVT Cobra destroyed its IRS on the drag strip, got a straight axle and a Whipple head unit and turned into one heck of a Terminator Cobra when all was said and done. It just took one, big, gear oil drenched hiccup to get the thing there. Read more details over on our 2003 SVT Cobra "Mr. Whipple" Project Page.

2000 Mustang GT "FauxBra" Project Car

Stage 3's 2000 Mustang GT FauxBra Project Car While the term "FauxBra" is usually a derogatory term for the folks that put the SVT Snake and Cobra body pieces all over a standard 2V SN95 Mustang, our take on the definition is a wee different. Our 2000 Mustang GT "FauxBra" is actually rocking a 4V 4.6L V8 from a wrecked 2001 Cobra under the hood which was paired up with long tube headers and an off-road H-pipe to give it a vicious sound and a bunch of extra power. Aside from Cobra Taillights rear wing, and an SVT badge on the rear, the exterior is all original 2000 Mustang GT hardware, and the suspension was upgraded with a K-Member kit with coilovers for a great look and excellent handling. Read all the details over on our 2000 Mustang GT "FauxBra" Project Page.

2000 Mustang GT Roush Clone Project Car

Stage 3's 2000 Mustang GT Roush Clone Project Car Our first project car may not have been the fastest or most aggressive thing on four wheels, but it was our first crack at this whole project vehicles thing, and it holds a special place in our hearts. What started out as basic 2000 Mustang GT off of used car lot got a full set of bolt-on power adders and genuine Roush body pieces that make it look, feel, and drive like a legitimate Roush Stage 2 SN95 Mustang GT. The car looked great and ran wonderfully, which is all you can really ask for in a successful project car build. Read the details over on our 2000 Mustang GT Roush Clone Project Page.
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