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Venchurs Announces Ship-Thru for CNG-Converted Ford F-150s

September 26, 2013

Venchurs Vehicle Systems, a leader in CNG conversions for Ford Motor Co., announced its new ship-thru option for 2014 Ford F-150s.

The announcement comes on the heels of Ford’s introduction of the gaseous prep engine for the 3.7L F-150, enabling Venchurs to offer CNG conversions for the light truck model, says the company.

Venchurs’ relationship with Ford as a Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) allows it to offer dedicated and bi-fuel conversions that retain the full Ford warranty and can be financed through Ford Credit.

“We are the first QVM to have ship-thru available for the F-150, which makes ordering easier and less expensive for our dealers and customers,” says Jeff Wyatt, CEO of Venchurs.

With ship-thru installation, Venchurs receives the vehicles directly from the Ford assembly plants. Then Venchurs completes the CNG conversion and the truck re-enters the Ford system for direct delivery to dealerships.

Venchurs also offers a drop ship option, meaning rather than re-entering the Ford system, the converted truck can be sent directly to the customer, according to the company.

In addition to the 2014 F-150, Venchurs also offers CNG conversions for the F-250, F-350 and Transit Connect.

If companies are interested in adding CNG vehicles to their fleets, they can apply for Venchurs’ short-term loaner program to put the converted vehicles to the test.

For additional information, please visit www.VenchursCNG.com.

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