The King

People have been talking about “King James” a lot recently, and for good reason.  He has certainly established his kingship in the NBA realm.  With three NBA Championship rings, he has secured himself as one of the greatest, if not the greatest of all time.  Magic Johnson tweeted after the game that he has indeed proclaimed his spot as one of the top five greatest.  After the thrilling seven game series between the NBA’s record setting team, the Golden State Warriors, and the Cleveland Cavaliers, the “king” sat on his throne as champion.

James brought Cleveland their first championship since 1964 in any sport.  He also finished The Finals leading both teams in points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks.   Social media was exploding with worship of “King James” and the celebration continued for the city of Cleveland when he returned home.  Oh yeah, James established this legacy while playing on the hardest court to win on, and did it in dominating fashion.  lebron_james_king_logo_hd_wallpaper___backrounds_.jpg

“King James” is not the only king deserving of a crown though.  Ford has also established its domain through the F-series.  This series has been leading the way for truck sales for almost 40 years.  The F-series has also been the number one selling vehicle in America for over 30 years.  Leading the way in power and heavy duty capabilities, these trucks have set the tone that other truck companies have tried to match with no avail.

Much to a trucker’s delight, the newest edition to the F-series is coming out in the fall of 2016.  The 2017 Super Duty Pickup sports a military aluminum-alloy build, which is the only truck to do so.  This frame uses over 95% high strength steel and is up to 24 times stiffer than its predecessor. There are up to 10 crossmembers and through-welded construction. It has the best towing power. The best payload. And the best ride and handling of any Super Duty.  It is definitely safe to say that the new Ford truck can continue to keep the legacy of king.  desktop.jpg


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