At first glance, you think there is something incredibly wrong with this truck. In this case, what appears upside down is actually right side up.

The truck is actually two trucks, the chassis of a 1991 Ford Ranger with a 1995 Ford F-150 mounted on the Ranger chassis upside down.

Builder Rick Sullivan says he got the idea after seeing a truck overturned in the snow with it's wheels sticking up.

Sullivan, who owns a body and paint shop, spent about $6,000 on parts and six months building this one-of-a-kind truck.

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