Ford's F-series ute is the biggest-selling truck in North America, though it's only been available officially in Australia sporadically.
The last time was between 2001 and 2007, when models engineered for right-hand drive in Brazil were imported here.
In 2014, Australian company Performax International introduced right-hand-drive conversions of the latest F-250 (as well as the smaller F-150 and larger F-350).
Mammoth torque of big diesel V8 engines (old and new)
Cabin presentation and fit/finish of local conversion
Local conversions come with warranty
Enormous, multi-tonne towing capacity
Spartan interiors of older F-250s
Not that quick, despite huge engine outputs
Massively sized and massively heavy
Local conversions cost a fair chunk more than the old, Ford-imported F-250s
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.