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Humble Beginnings: Model TT Pickup

The Model TT truck launched in July 1917, nine years after the Model T put America on wheels. It combined the T's cab and engine with a sturdier frame. It had a one-ton payload and accommodated numerous third-party pickup-bed configurations. Ford sold 2019 units that first year, charging customers $600 apiece. A version of the Model T with a pickup body joined the TT in 1925, marking the dawn of the factory-assembled Ford pickup truck. In 1928, little more than a decade after the truck's debut, Ford put 1.3 million customers into Model TT trucks. The Model AA and BB trucks that followed continued on a similar path of success.

1935 Ford Model 50 Pickup (1935—1941)

Introduced in 1935, Ford's Model 50 pickup shared many of the styling updates that applied to the brand's passenger-car lineup for the same model year. It was powered exclusively by the legendary Ford flathead V-8. Production of the successful model came to a halt in 1941, when Ford shifted its considerable production might to benefit the war effort. By that time Ford had produced more than four million trucks.

First-Generation F-series (1948—1952)

With the aftermath of World War II winding down in the late 1940s, Ford began working on its next generation of consumer trucks, which would come to be known as the F-Series Bonus Built trucks. Ranging in size and capability from the half-ton F-1 pickup to the cab-over F-8, the lineup marked the beginning of Ford's comprehensive truck-lineup strategy.

Second Generation (1953—1956)

The second generation of the F-series marked the arrival of the now classic vintage F-series visage as well as the naming system that remains in place today. The F-1 became the F-100, the F-2 and F-3 trucks were folded into F-250, and the F-4 became the F-350. Heavier-duty models were spun off into Ford's newly created commercial-truck division. Creature comforts such as armrests, sun visors, a dome light, and an optional automatic transmission began to sprout up, and the storied flathead V-8 was replaced by an overhead-valve eight in 1954.

Third Generation (1957—1960)

The 1957 redesign brought major changes to the F-series' exterior, and the new truck adopted the first hints of the wider, squared-off styling cues that were to define it in the decades to come.

Third Generation (1957—1960)

Four-wheel drive became a factory option in 1959.

Fourth Generation (1961—1966)

Although the fourth-generation truck made its debut in 1961 with a traditional solid-axle suspension, it received Ford's vaunted twin-I-beam setup in 1965. Available on two-wheel-drive models, the novel suspension design was hyped directly at noncommercial truck users with the slogan "Drives like a car, works like a truck." Although the twin-I-beam suspension was effective and kept in use for decades to come, some owners complained about increased tire wear due to camber variations inherent to the design. The first factory-built four-door crew cab appeared in 1965 in F-250 trim and was sold as a special order. The top-level Ranger appeared in 1966, offering carpeting, power brakes, power steering, and air conditioning.

Fifth Generation (1967—1972)

Showing the first inklings of the design cues that would remain with the F-series for the next decade or two, the fifth-generation F-150 featured FORD spelled out in block letters on the hood, a grille sporting integrated headlamps, and an improved cab with nearly four more inches of shoulder room.

Sixth Generation (1973—1979)

Although it looked nearly identical to the previous F-series, the sixth-gen version had a redesigned grille, parking lamps situated above the headlamps, and a concave body-length groove housing the side-marker lamps. The Club Cab arrived in 1974, offering either a pair of center-facing jump seats or a small bench seat with a foldable bottom cushion. The F-150 appeared for the first time in 1975; even though it would soon surpass the F-100 in popularity, the F-100 remained on the order books until 1983. Rectangular headlights were offered on upper trim levels in 1978; they became standard in 1979.

Seventh Generation (1980—1986)

Billed by Ford as "the first new truck of the 1980s," the seventh generation was designed with a focus on improved aerodynamics and plusher interior trappings. While 173,050 F-150s were sold in 1980, the base F-100 still managed to find 133,590 buyers. Of those, 73 percent stuck with Ford's trusted 300-cubic-inch inline-six engine with a one-barrel carburetor, which made 117 horsepower and 223 lb-ft of torque. The F-150 superseded the F-100 as the base F-series at the end of the 1983 model year.

Eighth Generation (1987—1991)

Marking the 50th anniversary of the F-150, the 1987 model was mildly refreshed with a new flat grille and flush headlamps, rounded wheel arches, and power steering, power brakes, and rear anti-lock braking as standard equipment. The base 300-cubic-inch six-cylinder received fuel injection, raising its output to 145 horsepower and a hearty 265 lb⋅ft of torque, just 5 lb-ft shy of the 5.0-liter V-8's 270 lb-ft.

Eighth Generation (1987—1991)

Looking to add a little zip to the lineup, Ford released the Nite Edition for the 1991 model year. Available in regular-cab configuration only, all 1991 F-150 Nite editions were four-wheel drive XLT Lariats available exclusively in black with blacked-out trim. The 5.0-liter V-8 was standard, while the 351 Windsor was available as an option.

Ninth Generation (1992—1996)

A softer, more aerodynamic-appearing fascia and hood highlighted the F-series' 1992 redesign. The Nite Edition returned for one more year, and in 1995 the F-series surpassed the Volkswagen Beetle as the world's biggest-selling vehicle, although the Beetle retained the title for passenger cars.

Ninth Generation (1992—1996)

Possibly inspired by the success of the Nite trim package, Ford swung for the fences with the 1993 F-150 SVT Lightning. The sport truck was available only in single-cab, short-box configuration in either black or red. It relied on a beefed-up version of the corporate 5.8-liter (351 cubic inch) V-8 engine producing 240 horsepower and 340 lb-ft of torque and hitched to a four-speed automatic transmission.

Tenth Generation (1997—2003)

Introduced at the 1996 Detroit auto show, the 10th-generation F-150 represented the breed's most dramatic redesign in over a decade. It also stood as a totem to the moment Ford decided to actively market the F-150 to more casual users, leaving the F-250 and F-350 Super Duty models for commercial users and heavy haulers. Sleeker and more aerodynamic, the new F-150 utilized a new, lighter chassis that ditched Ford's vaunted twin-I-beam front suspension in favor of a torsion-bar setup.

Tenth Generation (1997—2003)

Although the SVT Lightning returned for the 1999 model year, it really made its bones in 2001. Offering 380 horsepower and 450 lb-ft of twist, it was the most powerful production passenger vehicle sold in the U.S. at the time. C/D testing revealed the Lightning could reach 60 mph in 5.2 seconds on its way to a 142-mph top speed, making it one of the quickest trucks we've ever tested even today. The truck started at $32,460.

Eleventh Generation (2004—2008)

Larger than the previous version, the 11th-generation Ford F-Series that arrived for 2004 was redesigned for even more comfort and user-friendliness. Featuring larger regular and SuperCab (extended cab) variations with more storage and passenger space, the new truck reflected the growing number of buyers who use pickups as a primary vehicle. Consumers responded in kind, driving annual F-series pickup sales, including Super Duty versions, to an all-time high of 939,511 units.

Twelfth Generation (2009—2014)

For the 2009 F-150, Ford cribbed liberally from its Super Duty brethren. The Super Duty, new the year before, proved popular, so Ford gave the 150 a little familial resemblance for extra showroom appeal. Marked by a more prominent grille, aggressive headlamps, and squared-off styling, the 12th-generation F-150 moved further afield of its rounded, aerodynamically styled predecessors. The truck also got the benefit of a new, fully boxed frame for improved torsional rigidity. Engines were updated across the board, and in 2011 Ford debuted the twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6. The Platinum trim level also made its entrance, reaching for luxury truck customers with an exclusive grille, 20-inch chrome wheels, premium leather upholstery, and heated and ventilated seats.

Twelfth Generation (2009—2014)

While we appreciate the Ford's 2009 redesign, it is the introduction of the 2010 F-150 SVT Raptor that put the entire truck world on notice. Unlike previous SVT projects, the Raptor's primary magic lies not under the hood but in its rugged, off-road-ready long-travel suspension. Consisting of beefy cast-aluminum lower control arms up front and Fox Shox Racing dampers at all four corners, the suspension boasted 11.2 inches of travel in front and 12.1 in the rear—stock, right off the showroom floor. Early versions shipped with a 320-hp, 390-lb-ft version of Ford's SOHC 5.4-liter V-8. The much more appropriate 411-hp, 434-lb-ft 6.2-liter V-8 came later.

Twelfth Generation (2009—2014)

Marking the end of the line for special-edition F-150s before the arrival of the new, aluminum-bodied 2015 model, the 2014 Tremor relied on Ford's 3.5-liter twin-turbo EcoBoost V-6 for motivation (and appeal) rather than a traditional V-8. The truck essentially was a regular-cab F-150 with a graphics package and a 4.10:1 electronically locking rear differential, and it bore hazily nostalgic connections to sport trucks gone by. Buyers could choose rear- or four-wheel-drive, but either way they'd get a set of 20-inch wheels with 275/55 Pirelli Scorpion all-season tires. In our testing, the Tremor pulled a respectable 0.75 g of lateral grip on the skidpad, but its 6.0-second zero-to-60-mph time merely fell in line with the rest of the EcoBoost V-6–equipped F-150 lineup.

Thirteenth Generation (2015—2020)

A perennial best seller, the F-150 didn't need to break much new ground, nor did it when it is redesigned for 2015. Just kidding. Even though Ford could easily have made incremental changes to the existing vehicle and slapped a "new" badge on it and customers would have kept on buying the things, it went slightly radical: The 2015 F-150 wore a mostly aluminum body atop a traditional steel frame. Not only was the new body lighter and more rust resistant than the previous version, it also was the first pickup to earn a five-star NHTSA safety rating. And, yes, the F-series—including the Super Duty—remains the top-selling vehicle in the U.S., beer-can-body jokes aside.

Thirteenth Generation (2015—2020)

The original F-150 Raptor proved a tough act to follow, but Ford deftly navigated the pressure and crushed it with the Raptor 2.0. Powered by a 510-hp twin-turbo EcoBoost V-6, it leaped from the assembly line right into our hearts—or off the nearest dune (as you see here). More than just an off-road animal, it proved to be a fully functioning daily driver and superbly reliable during its 40,000 miles as a C/Dlong-term tester.

Thirteenth Generation (2015—2020)

Ford rolled out a few cosmetic tweaks for the 2018 F-150 along with some new wheel designs, but the real news was hiding under the hood: a new direct-injected 3.3-liter V-6, replacing the aging 3.5-liter V-6 as the truck's base engine. Plus, after years of rumor and speculation, the F-150 received its first half-ton diesel option. Based on the Lion turbo-diesel 3.0-liter V-6, the diesel features a host of upgrades designed to optimize it for domestic truck duty.

Fourteenth Generation (2021—)

The best selling vehicle in the U.S. will be familiar in style, but wear a fresh face as the new 2021 Ford F-150. The biggest changes are inside. The new F-150 joins the Ram 1500 in the 12.0-inch touchscreen club, but has also added features like a stowable gear selector to turn the center console into a computer desk. Five engine options that carry-over from the 2020 model include the 5.0-liter V-8, four V-6s with two twin-turbo engines displacing 2.7 and 3.5 liters, a 3.0-liter turbo-diesel, and a naturally aspirated 3.3-liter. All are backed by a 10-speed auto. The fourteenth generation will be offered with 11 different grille options.

Ford F-150 PowerBoost

A hybrid powertrain with an electric motor sandwiched between a V-6 and a 10-speed auto has joined the F-150 lineup. Ford says it will be offered within the next two years, but is still tight-lipped about horsepower and torque numbers. Hybrid models will use the twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 and come standard with rear-wheel drive but is also available with four-wheel-drive. Ford says that the F-150 PowerBoost is targeting 12,000 pounds of towing capacity and an EPA-estimated range of 700 miles on a 30.6-gallon tank of gas.

Ford F-150 Lightning

The F-150 goes electric! Ford puts its most advanced technology into its first all-electric pickup—one that, on the outside, looks mostly like the current fourteenth-generation F-150. The Lightning will be sold as an all-wheel drive crew-cab model only, and due to its lower center of gravity and heavy curb weight, should drive like no other truck before it. It will be built in Ford’s Rouge plant in Dearborn, Michigan. The extended-range battery will have 563 horsepower and make 775 pound-feet of torque. Ford’s EPA-estimated range goal is 300 miles on a single charge for the extended-range, with a maximum 230 miles for standard-range. Towing for standard range models is 7700 pounds, with a max of 10,000 pounds on extended-range models. We’ll update this slide with real numbers once our testing team gets behind the wheel of the all-electric pickup before it goes on sale later next year.

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Ford F-Series (sixth generation)

Main article: Ford F-Series

Motor vehicle

Sixth generation
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1974 F-100

ManufacturerFord
Production1972–1979 (USA)[1]
1973–1979 (Mexico and Venezuela)
1974–1980 (Argentina, F-100, F-250, F-600 and F-700)
1974–1981 (Argentina, F-350)
1973-1979 (Australia)
Model years1973-1979
AssemblyDearborn, Michigan, USA
Edison, New Jersey, USA
Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
San Jose, California, USA
St. Paul, Minnesota, USA
Wayne, Michigan, USA
Cuautitlan, Mexico
General Pacheco, Argentina (Ford Argentina)
Oakville, Ontario, Canada (Ontario Truck Plant)
Melbourne, Australia (Broadmeadows Assembly, Ford Australia)
ClassFull-size pickup truck
Body style2-door regular cab
2-door extended cab
4-door crew cab
LayoutFront engine, rear-wheel / four-wheel drive
RelatedFord Bronco
Ford F-500/F-600/F-700/F-800
EnginePetrol
221 CID (3.6 L) FalconI6 (F-100, Argentina)
240 CID (3.9 L) I6
250 CID (4.1 L) I6 (1974-79, Australia)
292 CID (4.8 L) Fase IIV8 (Argentine F-100/250/350/600)
300 CID (4.9 L) I6
302 CID (5.0 L) Cleveland V8 (1974-79, Australia)
302 CID (5.0 L) WindsorV8
351 CID (5.8 L) 351MV8
351 CID (5.8 L) Cleveland V8 (1978-79, Australia)
360 CID (5.9 L) FEV8
390 CID (6.4 L) FEV8
400 CID (6.6 L) 335V8
460 CID (7.5 L) 385V8
Diesel
203 CID (3.3L) Perkins 4.203 I4 Diesel (F-100, Argentina)
PredecessorFord F-Series (fifth generation) (1967–1972)
SuccessorFord F-Series (seventh generation) (1980–1986)

The sixth generation of the Ford F-Series, also known as the "dentside Ford" to enthusiasts,[2] is a line of pickup trucks and medium-duty commercial trucks that were produced by Ford Motor Company from the 1973 to 1979 model years. Produced by Ford in North America, Argentina, and Australia, this is the third and final generation of trucks derived from the 1965 Ford F-Series.

The sixth generation marked several functional design changes and an expansion of the model line. For 1973, the F-350 became available with a "styleside" bed for the first time. For 1974, a "SuperCab" extended cab pickup truck was introduced, between the two-door standard cab and the four-door crew cab. For 1975, the F-150 was introduced; a higher-payload version of the F-100 (intended to circumvent emissions standards), the F-150 would become the most popular version of the model line (ultimately replacing the F-100). A second generation of the Ford Bronco SUV was released for 1978 (after several years of delays) on a shortened F-100 chassis.

In 1977, the model line became the best-selling truck in the United States, a position it has held ever since.

Model history[edit]

This generation was launched in December 1972 for the 1973 model year. While retaining the same chassis of the previous generation, several revisions were made. To fight corrosion, Ford increased its use of galvanized sheet metal, zinc coated steel, and zinc-rich primer.[3] To increase safety, the fuel tank was moved out of the cab (to below the pickup bed[3]), creating a storage area behind the bench seat.

1973–1975[edit]

For 1973, a new model was offered: The heavy duty F-350 V8. This was a new heavy-duty pickup made with contractors and camping enthusiasts in mind. It rode on a longer wheelbase than an F-100 or F-250 (140 in (3,556 mm) vs. 133 in (3,378 mm)) but had the same overall length. Ordering the Camper Special package for the F-350 SRW made it a "Super Camper Special", which was designed for the much heavier slide-in campers coming on the market at that time.

For 1974 (introduced September 21, 1973), the F-Series became available in an extended cab for the first time. Dubbed the "SuperCab", it offered the six-passenger seating of the crew cab in a shorter length, and competed with Dodge's Club Cab.

For 1975, the F-150 was introduced; this truck was designed with a heavier GVWR (over 6,000 lb (2,722 kg)) and maximum payload.

1976–1977[edit]

In 1975 (1976 model year), this familiar "split-grille" design was given a slight facelift to feature black accents around the headlights and a refined overall appearance.

For the 1976 model year, a limited edition Bicentennial Option Group was offered on Custom styleside pickups, in either Wimbledon White or Bahama Blue, with a golden eagle stripe on the side, and red, white, and blue cloth inserts on the seats.[4]

1977 models received a redesign of exterior trim, with the cowl insignias made smaller and moved near the windshield. The bed received a rectangular fuel door to conceal the gas cap. The fuel tank located behind the seat was discontinued due to safety concerns. It also would be the last year of the medium-duty F-500.

Starting in the 1977 model year Ford dropped the "Super" from "Super Camper Special" in favor of calling the F-350 models with camper packages "Camper Special", a name that was previously only assigned to F-250's with camper packages.

1978–1979[edit]

For 1978, the split grille gave way to a larger single-piece item which no longer incorporated the headlamps, the turn signals, or the ford callout. The headlamps were located in housings outboard of the grille, with the turn signal lamps below them. A new chrome-plated ford callout was placed on the hood immediately above the grille. Round headlamps were used on the 1978 Custom trim level; the higher Ranger, Ranger XLT, and Ranger Lariat trim levels had new rectangular headlamps with optional[citation needed] chrome bezels and a chrome grille insert. Dual Fuel tanks in the bed became standard.[citation needed] New for 1978 was the option of part- or full-time four-wheel-drive on SuperCab models. Full-time four-wheel drive models had a chain-driven NP203 transfer case, while part-time four-wheel drive trucks were equipped with a gear-driven NP205.[citation needed]

For 1979, all models used the rectangular headlamps, with bezels available in either black or chrome to match the aluminum grille frame.[citation needed]

Models[edit]

Marketing name Platform code(s) Classification GVWR
F100 F100: F101 F102 F103 F104 F105 F106 F107 F108 F109 F10N

F110 (4x4): F111 F112 F113

½ ton 4,550–5,700 pounds

4x4: 5,250–6,500 pounds

F150 F151 "heavy" ½ ton 6,050–6,500 pounds
F250 F250: F251 F252 F253 F254 F255 F256 F257 F258 F259

F260 (4x4): F261 F262 F263 F264 F265 F266

¾ ton 6,200–8,100 pounds

4x4: 6,500–8,400 pounds

F350 F350: F350 F351 F352 F353 F354 F355 F356 F357 F358 F359 F35P

F360 (4x4): F360

1 ton 6,000–10,000 pounds

4x4: 8,550 pounds

The GVWR ratings for these trucks was tied to a combination of wheel, spring, axle and brake combinations. The series code on the ID tag denotes which model and from that it can be determined what weight rating each vehicle has. 4x4 trucks can also be identified by the Vehicle Identification Number and on the ID plate as a serial number. For example, F10 is an F-100 2-wheel drive, but F11 is an F-100 4x4, and so on. Serial numbers beginning with an "X" are SuperCab models.

Trim[edit]

The sixth generation F-Series underwent a slight revision of its trim lines. The base and Sport Custom trims were dropped (with Custom becoming the standard trim). The Ranger and Ranger XLT returned, with the Ranger Lariat trim introduced in 1978 with cloth interior trim, specific two-tone body and tailgate trim.[5]

  • Custom
  • Ranger
  • Ranger XLT
  • Ranger Lariat (1978–1979)

The model line was offered with several appearance packages . For 1974, the Explorer package was offered on the F-100, F-250, and F-350 (and the Ranchero and Bronco), consisting of color-keyed exterior and interior trim, badging, and wheelcovers.[6] The 1977-1979 "Free Wheeling" package (offered on the Custom and non-Lariat Rangers, along with the Bronco and Econoline), consisted of multi-colored tape stripes, silver or black interior, white-letter tires, and optional alloy wheels, bed-mounted roll bar, and bumper-mounted push bar.[7]

Powertrain[edit]

Engine Years Power (SAE net) Torque (SAE net) Notes
240 CID Straight-61973–76F-100 only
300 CID Straight-61973–79117 hp (87 kW)
302 CID Windsor V81973–79130 hp (97 kW)Only available in 2wd pickups
360 CID FE V81973–76143 hp (107 kW)
390 CID FE V81973–76161 hp (120 kW)
460 CID 385 V81973–79200–239 hp (150–162 kW)Only available in 2wd pickups
351 CID 351M V81977–79156 hp (116 kW)
400 CID 400 V81977–79169 hp (126 kW)

[edit]

Australia[edit]

1978–79 Ford F-100 Custom XLT, with right-hand drive in Australia

Ford Australia assembled right-hand drive sixth generation F-Series that were fitted with a lineup of locally sourced engines. The base trim level was called Custom, with a higher spec XLT level only available on the F-100.[8]

1973–1975[edit]

Initially they were available with US sourced 240 and 300 CID Straight-6 engines. From August 1974 the 240 CID engine was replaced with locally sourced 250 CID Straight-6 and the 300 CID was replaced by the locally sourced 302 Cleveland V-8 engines. The 302 Cleveland was a destroked 351 Cleveland built using tooling exported to Australia after the closure of the Cleveland production line. The F-100 with a 302 Cleveland model was the first Australian Sixth Gen to receive an automatic transmission as an option, the six cylinder powered models and the larger F-250 and F-350 were limited to a four-speed manual.[8] The Canadian built 4x4 F-250 was added to the lineup in 1975 with the 300CID Straight-6 engine to supplement the locally assembled rear-wheel drive F-100, F-250 and F-350.

1976–1977[edit]

The 250CID Straight-6 was upgraded with a new crossflow head and rebadged as the 4.1 litre, increasing power and lowering emissions to meet new legislation being introduced in Australia.[8] At some point during 1976, the GVM of the F-100 was quietly[citation needed] increased from 2,586 kg (5,701 lb) to 2,770 kg (6,107 lb) ahead of the release of the 1977 specs. In 1977, a locally assembled 4x4's F-100 with Australian built engines was added to the lineup to replace the fully imported 4x4 F-250.

1978–1979[edit]

In 1978, the 351 Cleveland V-8 replaced the 302 Cleveland V8 in the F-250 and F-350. The 302 Cleveland continued alongside the 351 Cleveland in the F-100. The 4.1 litre inline 6 cylinder continued to be sold across the range. In 1979, the 302 Cleveland was discontinued, leaving the standard engine as the 4.1 litre Straight-6, with the 351 Cleveland (badged as the 5.8), as the only upgrade, except the F-100 4x4's which was only available with the 5.8 litre V8. The F-250 and F-350 had an automatic gearbox as an option for the first time in Australia, though still only on the V8 engine.[9]

Powertrain details[edit]

Engine Years Power (SAE net) Torque (SAE net) Notes
240 CID Straight-61973–74
250 CID Straight-61974–79106 hp (79 kW) @ 3500rpm in 1975[10]190 lb⋅ft (258 N⋅m) @ 1400rpm in 1975[10]
300 CID Straight-61973–77117 hp (87 kW)F-250 4x4 only after 1974
302 CID Cleveland V81974–79130 hp (97 kW) @ 4000rpm in 1975[10]224 lb⋅ft (304 N⋅m) @ 2200rpm in 1975[10]
351 CID Cleveland V81978–79

Argentina[edit]

Ford Motor Argentina also produced the sixth-generation F-series, continuing production through 1982.[11][12] The F-100 was offered as a pickup truck, with the F-350 chassis cab (the F-3500 was a diesel-engine version of the F-350[12]).

Sharing its grille design with 1968-1972 American medium-duty trucks, Ford Motor Argentina offered the F-600/F-6000 (Ford 292 V8, Perkins 6-cylinder diesel[13]) and the F-7000 (Perkins and Deutz 6-cylinder diesels[14]) through 1983.

Powertrain details[edit]

The F-100 was available with three engine choices, the 221CID "Econ" straight-six, the 292CID Y-Block V8 and a 203CID Perkins 4 cylinder and 6 cylinder diesel engines. The only transmission on offer was a 3-speed manual.[15]

Engine Years Power (SAE gross) Torque (SAE gross) Notes
221 CID Straight-6120 hp (89 kW) @ 4,000rpmArgentina Market[15]
292 CID Y-Block V8160 hp (119 kW) @ 4,000rpmArgentina Market[15]
203 CID Perkins I474 hp (55 kW) @ 2,800rpmArgentina Market[15]

Variants[edit]

Ford Bronco (1978-1979)[edit]

Main article: Ford Bronco

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For 1978, after several years of delays, Ford released a second generation of the Ford Bronco. To compete directly against the Chevrolet K5 Blazer and the Dodge RamCharger, the Bronco grew in size, adopting a shortened F-100 4x4 chassis. While continuing the two-door wagon bodystyle of the previous generation (the most popular version), the 1978 Bronco adopted a half-cab/hardtop design (also used by the Blazer); the configuration was used through the 1996 model year.

Along with greater sales potential (the first-generation Bronco competed nearly exclusively against the International Harvester Scout), the redesign of the Bronco allowed for product commonality with the Ford F-100 (and the F-150 that eventually replaced it); for the next two decades, the two model lines would share nearly all exterior body panels from the front doors forward, many interior and trim panels, and would also have powertrain commonality. The 1978-1979 Bronco was fitted exclusively with four-wheel drive; the 351M V8 was standard, with the 400 V8 offered as an option.

Medium-duty F-Series[edit]

See also: Ford F-Series (medium duty truck) and Ford B series

1976 Ford F600 Custom Cab is use as a fire truck pumper.

Redesigned for the 1967 model year, Ford medium-duty trucks saw little change throughout the 1970s. For 1973, the grille was revised slightly; along with changing two sets of slots in the grille to four, the headlight surrounds were increased in size. Sharing its cab with the fifth-generation pickup trucks, the medium-duty F-series was offered in a standard cab and a four-door crew cab.[16] After 1977, Ford ended production of the lowest-GVWR F-500 series. Produced without bodywork aft of the firewall, the Ford B-series was a cowled chassis designed to be mated with bus bodies (primarily school buses).

The medium-duty F-series was offered with both gas and diesel engines. For 1977, the a 370 cubic-inch version of the 460 V8 replaced the previous FE-series gasoline V8 engines. Shared with the heavy-duty L-Series trucks, the Caterpillar 3208 V8 became an option in F700 and F800 models; diesel-powered trucks were distinguished by an extra "0" (i.e., F-7000/F-8000).

F-250 Highboy (1973-1977)[edit]

1973-1975 F-250 Ranger 4x4. Note location of "divorced" transfer case below cab.
1973-1975 Ford F-250 Custom 4x4

"Highboy" is an enthusiast nickname adopted by a version of the sixth-generation F-series, pertaining to 1967-1977 F-250 4x4s. The largest 4x4s sold by Ford (the F-350 was not offered as a 4x4 until 1980), these trucks used the narrower frame rail spacing of the F-350 and a divorced transfer case (Dana 24, NP205, or NP203; the latter offered full-time four-wheel drive[17]). The model was not a distinct option, but the design configuration that Ford offered for its 4-wheel drive F-250s, deriving its name in reference to its higher ride height (nearly 3 inches taller than a F-100/F-150 4x4 and nearly 6 inches taller than a two-wheel drive F-250).[18] While the highboy design was largely phased out of mass production vehicles by the mid-1970s (with Ford being the last manufacturer to do so),[17] the Ford 1970s "highboy" 4x4 is historically significant, as its design formed the basis of the first commercially promoted monster truck, Bigfoot (a 1974 F-250).

The highboy design configuration saw its origins as American manufacturers introduced factory-produced 4x4 pickup trucks in the late 1950s. To minimize drivetrain complexity, the transfer case was not mounted directly to the transmission, but mounted separately ("divorced") and connected by a short driveshaft.[18][17] The design required a longer front driveshaft, consequently raising the ride height for both axles.[18] The "highboy" 4x4 were fitted with 3-inch width 5-leaf (or 6-leaf) front springs; the rear suspension was 2+1⁄4-inch width 9-leaf springs (in contrast to the 3-inch width springs on other F-series trucks); to raise the rear ride height, the rear axle used a 4-inch lift.[18] To aid in suspension travel, the front springs are designed with a larger arch than other F-Series front leaf springs.[18]

For the sixth generation, the F-250 4x4 initially offered with three engines, including the 240 inline-6 (1973-1974) and 300 cubic-inch inline-6 (1973-1977), and a 360 cubic-inch V8 (1973-1976); for 1977, the 360 was replaced by the 351M and 400 V8s. The configuration was not offered with the 390 V8 (or the 460 that replaced it).[17] Two transmissions were offered, including a 4-speed manual and 3-speed automatic (the latter, only offered with V8 engines).[17] Power-assisted brakes were introduced as an option for the sixth generation; front disc brakes were added in 1976 (replacing four-wheel drum brakes).[18]

The F-250 4x4 was marketed in both single-cab and crew cab configurations (the latter, one of the rarest versions of the sixth-generation F-series[17]). Offered in the Custom, Ranger, and Ranger XLT trims only with a long bed, the configuration was not offered with the SuperCab body, auxiliary fuel tanks, and the Camper Special option package. The location of the transfer case precluded the fitment of a second fuel tank and the higher ride height would have decreased rear-seat access for the two-door SuperCab.[17] The Camper Special was not marketed on "highboy" trucks, as that option package was developed specifically for slide-in campers; raising the center of gravity further on a Highboy truck could have posed a greater rollover hazard.[17][18]

During the mid-1970s, Ford began to revise the design of its F-250 4x4s. As a running change during the 1975 model year, Ford introduced a "married" transfer case (attached to the transmission); a design used by the Jeep Gladiator and GM Action-Line pickups, Ford was the last major pickup manufacturer to phase in the design. While slightly more complex (in drivetrain layout), the "married" configuration allowed for a ride height nearly matching two-wheel drive trucks and simpler suspension design; the "lowboy" 4x4 configuration is used for currently produced pickup trucks today.[18] The "divorced" transfer case remained in production, ending production during the 1977 model year.

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1975 Ford F-100 F-150 Specs

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1975 could well be one of the most important years in the history of the F-Series. As with the debut of the SuperCab late in 1974, the 1975 model year would introduce a new player Ford's pickup truck family, and it would ultimately go on to become the best selling vehicle in the US.

75 Ford F100 Ranger Purple White

In the midst of fuel crunches and horsepower-robbing emission standards, Ford managed to find a silver lining called the F-150, and the light pickup truck segment has never been the same.

What's New For 1975

Enter the all new Ford F-150 - the pickup truck that would ultimately become the bar by which other trucks are measured. The F-150 wasn't designed to be a breakaway success; rather, it was billed as a heavy-duty half ton companion to the popular F-100. Compared to its slightly smaller brother, the F-150 offered beefier suspension and a GVW just over 6000 pounds, eclipsing the best-equipped F-100 by roughly 500 pounds.

The success of the F-150 was instantaneous, and though F-100 production would continue for another eight years, the bulk of half ton shoppers would opt for the F-150's increased capability. Accompanying the F-150 were some new color choices and a popular two-tone paint scheme called Bodyside Accent. Drip moldings around the windows became standard across the line, and cruise control made its first pickup truck appearance as an option on all F-Series trim levels.

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1975 Ford F-Series Model Lineup

With the new F-150 officially part of the stable, Ford's pickup truck line expanded to four models - the F-100, F-150, F-250, and the big dog F-350.

Regular Cab and SuperCab formats were available in all models, while Crew Cabs could be had with the F-250 or F-350 only. Flareside beds were offered in the F-100, F-150 and F-250. All models could be outfitted with any of the three available trim levels, including the entry-level Custom, mid-level Ranger, or top-of-the-line Ranger XLT.

The F-350 Super Camper Special continued to be the first choice for recreation enthusiasts by offering all the goodies of the F-250/350 Camper Special Package as standard equipment, including heavy duty suspension, increased engine cooling, camping wire harness, and large “super single” tires to better carry the extra weight.

75 F350 Crew Cab Blue

1975 F-100 F-150

1975 F-Series Engine / Powertrains

As new emission regulations tightened, minor adjustments to engine and exhaust designs did affect horsepower ratings. By this time, catalytic converters were in widespread use and fuel mileage was becoming more of a concern.

Ford continued to offer some big power, however, while sticking with its tried-and-true 300 cubic inch I-6 as the standard engine through most of the lineup. SuperCabs came with the 360 V-8, while the three-speed manual served as the standard gearbox in most two-wheel drive applications. Four-wheel drive trucks and the F-350 used the four-speed manual for standard duty, with the SelectShift automatic available throughout the line.

EngineAvailabilityHorsepower

4.9 liter / 300 cid I-6

F-100 / F-150 / F-250 / F-350

113

5.0 liter / 302 cid V-8

F-100

130

5.9 liter / 360 cid V-8

F-100 / F-150 / F-250 / F-350

145

6.4 liters / 390 cid V-8

F-100 / F-150 / F-250 / F-350

160

7.5 liter / 460 cid V-8

F-150 / F-250 / F-350

245

1975 Ford F-Series Interior (Ranger XLT)

1975 Ford F-150 Press Release

The Ford Motor Company press release, issued on Friday morning, August 30,1974 states:

NEW FORD PICKUP - For 1975, Ford Division introduces the new F-150 pickup truck, a "heavy-duty" half-ton model offering the ride comfort of an F-100 and a load rating just below that of the base F-250. With a GVW of 6,050 pounds, the F-150 is designed to operate on leading (sic) or unleaded fuel.

1975 F100 Ranger XLT SuperCab Ford

1975 Ford F-150 Standard Features & Available Options

Major standard features include:

  • 300 cubic inch six cylinder engine
  • Three-speed manual transmission
  • Twin I-Beam front suspension
  • Power brakes
  • Deluxe fresh air heater/defroster
  • Instrument panel padding
  • Window drip moldings
  • Ashtray
  • Color-keyed door panels with integral armrests
  • Seat belts
  • Two-speed windshield wipers with washers
  • Front disc brakes
  • Hub caps
  • Chrome front bumper

Major options / packages include:

  • Power steering
  • Air conditioning
  • Cruise control
  • Interval wipers
  • AM or AM/FM Stereo
  • Cloth seats
  • Side jump seats (SuperCab only)
  • Rear bench seat (SuperCab only)
  • Perforated headliner
  • Nylon carpeting
  • Rear step bumper
  • Sliding rear window
  • Concealed spare tire
  • Full wheel covers
  • Body side moldings
  • Dual tape stripes
  • Cigarette lighter
  • Regular/Deluxe/Combination two-tone paint
  • Tool stowage box with locking door
  • Factory bed cap (box cover)
  • Super engine cooling
  • Trailer towing package
  • Super cooling package (increased capacity radiator, HD transmission oil cooler with the automatic transmission)
  • Custom Décor Group (for Custom trim-knitted vinyl seat trim, color keyed floor mats, bright window molding, bright hub caps)
  • Convenience group (cargo, engine compartment, glove compartment and ash tray lights, door map pockets, larger day/night rearview mirror)
  • Northland Special package (engine block heater, heavy-duty battery, heavy-duty alternator, limited-slip rear axle)

Available exterior paint color choices for 1975 Ford trucks include:

  • Wimbledon White
  • Vineyard Gold
  • Viking Red
  • Baytree Green
  • Hatteras Green Metallic
  • Glen Green
  • Candyapple Red
  • Parrot Orange
  • Raven Black
  • Wind Blue
  • Bahama Blue
  • Midnight Blue Metallic
  • Sequoia Brown Metallic
  • Chrome Yellow
  • New Ginger Glow
  • Medium Green Glow

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Ford F-Series Pickup Trucks: 1973-1979

Iconic American car manufacturer Ford made many changes to F-Series pickup trucks made from 1973 through 1979 -- check out the most remarkable highlights here.

1973 Ford F-Series Pickup Trucks

Ford changed the sheet metal used to build the 1973 F-Series redesign, but not so much that buyers wouldn't recognize the pickup. Sales were climbing, and Ford sure didn't want to lose momentum by introducing a totally different look.

Hood design was altered somewhat and a full inner structure was added -- both changes which helped reduce hood shake and vibration. Galvanized inner front fender aprons and zinc coating with rust-resistant primer helped prevent rust.

Inner bed and wheel wells were now stamped to minimize seams and provided rounded corners and sides to floor contours, which made for easier cleaning.

The trucks' former flat door glass became curved. Rear glass expanded by about a third and was tilted forward to reduce rear view mirror reflections during night driving. Intermittent wipers were offered as an option in 1973.

Ford moved the F-Series fuel tank from behind the seat to under the bed, enhancing safety and providing storage behind the seat.

Air conditioner vents were integrated into the dash, and the blower was moved to the engine compartment. The result: less noise in the cab and space for a much larger glove box.

F-Series rear wheel track was widened by 4 inches to match the trucks' front track, resulting in more stable handling. Two-wheel drive trucks were fitted with standard front disc brakes.

1974 Ford F-Series Pickup Trucks

In 1974, Ford made the 460 cu.in. V-8 available in two-wheel drive trucks (except California). The 300 cu.in. 6-cylinder engine returned after a two-year absence.

Mid-year, full-time 4WD became available on trucks outfitted with the 360 cu.in. V-8 and a Cruise-O-Matic transmission.

In June of '74, Ford introduced the SuperCab truck, with either center-facing jump seats or a forward-facing bench -- both types flipped up to increase cargo space when passengers weren't onboard (there were no rear doors on the truck). The SuperCab was only offered in two-wheel drive trucks with a 360 cu.in. V-8 (and either a 3-speed manual or Cruise-O-Matic transmission).

1975 Ford F-Series Pickup Trucks

Catalytic converters were standard on all F-100 trucks, and unleaded gas was a must.

The F-150 pickup was introduced in 1974 as a heavier duty version of the F-100, with stronger front and rear axles and heavy rate springs. F-150s all had power brakes but were not fitted with catalytic converters.

All F-150s were two-wheel drive trucks, but available as either a regular cab or SuperCab body. Engine choices were the 300 cu.in. 6-cylinder, or either the 390 cu.in. or 460 cu.in. V-8.

1976 Ford F-Series Pickup Trucks

1976 saw the Flareside body style returned after a three-year absence. It was available on 2WD and 4WD F-100 and F-150 trucks, but only on a standard cab body. Front disc brakes became available on four-wheel drive trucks as well. Power steering changed from an external assist setup to an internal inbox design.

Ford offered the F-150 Special in 1976 -- a pickup with the F-250s heavier axles and suspension.

1977 Ford F-Series Pickup Trucks

Ford made no F-Series body changes in 1977 but updated trim, moldings and badging.

A rear window defroster was added to the trucks' options, and A/C (previously not available on 6-cylinder trucks and some V-8s) was available on all pickups.

The 360 cu.in. and 390 cu.in. V-8s were replaced with 351 cu.in. and 400 cu.in. 2-barrel engines.

Ford also marketed the Free Wheelin' truck in 1977. Its unique look came from rainbow side tape stripes, a black front push bar with space for fog lights, a blacked out grille, black tailgate lettering with orange accents, black door panels with silver and red trim and black, silver and red seat trim.

Other 1977 F-Series updates included:

  • Radiator support was added to a growing list of galvanized steel parts.
  • Front and rear wheel wells featured plastic splash shields.
  • The front fenders, tailgate, lower radiator reinforcement, and rear cab corners were made from pre-coated metal.
  • Truck undercarriages were coated with zinc primer.

1978 Ford F-Series Pickup Trucks

Although body panels remained the same, the appearance of the '78 F-series was a sizable departure from other trucks in this generation. The grille became larger, with an egg crate design. It was surrounded by large, polished trim encasing turn signals and the rectangular headlights and signals. A contoured bumper completed the new look. Base model Custom pickup trucks still had round headlights with additional trim filling in the spaces around the lights.

More changes to 1978 F-Series trucks:

  • Tilt steering wheel became available.
  • Improved cab mounts and door seals reduced the in-cab noise level.
  • The F-150 SuperCab became available in 4WD.
  • A new 4-speed manual transmission became available on 2WD pickup trucks with the 4.9L 6-cylinder and the 5.0 and 5.8L V-8 engines.
  • The Free Wheelin' model returned. A tubular black rear bumper bar and chrome yellow styled steel wheels were added to its previous appearance package (white wheels were optional).

1979 Ford F-Series Pickup Trucks

This model year saw the addition of catalytic converters to all F-150 pickup trucks. Power steering became an option on 4X4 F-150s. Other changes in 1979 were minor and involved cosmetics.

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1976 Ford F-150 XLT

(1981-1987, 1993-2020)

$34,871 30,338 Listings
Cab Type Crew Cab, Extended Cab, Regular Cab
Drive Train4WD, 4X2, 4X4, RWD
Fuel TypeDiesel, Flex, Gasoline, Natural Gas, Propane
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1976 Ford F-150 XL

(1981-2020)

$32,642 12,193 Listings
Cab Type Crew Cab, Extended Cab, Regular Cab
Drive Train4WD, 4X2, 4X4, RWD
Fuel TypeDiesel, Flex, Gasoline, Natural Gas, Propane
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1976 Ford F-150 Lariat

(1997-2020)

$40,273 10,504 Listings
Cab Type Crew Cab, Extended Cab, Regular Cab
Drive Train4WD, 4X2, 4X4, RWD
Fuel TypeDiesel, Flex, Gasoline, Propane
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1976 Ford F-150 Platinum

(2009-2020)

$44,873 3,250 Listings
Cab Type Crew Cab
Drive Train4X2, 4X4
Fuel TypeDiesel, Flex, Gasoline
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1976 Ford F-150 Raptor

(2017-2020)

$66,855 2,615 Listings
Cab Type Crew Cab, Extended Cab
Drive Train4X4
Fuel TypeGasoline
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1976 Ford F-150 King Ranch

(2001-2003, 2005-2020)

$43,061 2,500 Listings
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Drive Train4WD, 4X2, 4X4, RWD
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1976 Ford F-150 FX4

(2004-2014)

$22,696 1,744 Listings
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Fuel TypeFlex, Gasoline
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1976 Ford F-150 Limited

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1976 Ford F-150 STX

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$18,723 901 Listings
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Drive Train4WD, 4X2, 4X4, RWD
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1976 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor

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  • backup camera
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Key Features (Lariat) X

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  • leather upholstery
  • alloy wheels
  • satellite radio
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  • power outlet
  • anti-theft system
  • blind spot safety

Key Features (Platinum) X

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  • child safety
  • navigation
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  • leather upholstery
  • alloy wheels
  • satellite radio
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  • heated steering wheel
  • anti-theft system
  • blind spot safety

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  • satellite radio
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  • power outlet
  • anti-theft system

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  • leather upholstery
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