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Post by Rislar on Sat Jan 09, 2010 4:19 am



It is almost unbelievable that the second ranked in total sale is a pick-up vehicle. Even more impressive information is that this vehicle reached such a score only on North American territory. However, the most surprising is the fact that Ford’s F series is at present the best selling car in the world. Every year Ford sells almost a million cars, that is almost one vehicle every 30 seconds. So far, 25 million vehicles of the F series were sold.


The Ford F-Series was introduced in 1976 and became a huge success for the Ford Motor Company. The Ford F-150 is mainly produced in Dearborn, Michigan.

The Ford F-Series are classified as full-size trucks. Some trim options, depending on the year models, include the XL, XLT, and XLT Lariat. Harley-Davidson, King Ranch, Lightning, and Super Crew versions are also available.

The Ford F-Series also has heavy duty models available as the F-250 and F-350. The Ford Truck's engine sizes and types are listed to the right.

Ford F-Series Truck
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Produced By: Ford Motor Company
Years: 1976 - Present
Type: Full Size Pickup

Generation 6 - Ford Trucks
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Produced: 1976 - 1979
Engine Size: 3.9L I6
4.9L I6
4.9L Windsor V8
5.8L Cleveland V8
5.8L FE V8
5.9L FE V8
6.4L FE V8
6.6L Cleveland V8
7.5L 385 V8


Generation 7 - Ford Trucks
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Produced: 1980 - 1986
Engine Size: 4.9L I6
5.0L Windsor V8
5.8L Cleveland V8
6.6L Cleveland V8
6.9L Diesel V8
7.5L 460 V8


Generation 8 - Ford Trucks
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Produced: 1987 - 1991
Engine Size: 4.9L I6
5.0L Windsor V8
5.8L Windsor V8
6.9L Diesel V8
7.3L IDI Diesel V8
7.5L 385 V8


Generation 9 - Ford Trucks
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Produced: 1992 - 1996
Engine Size: 4.9L I6
5.0L Windsor V8
5.8L Windsor V8
7.3L IDI V8
7.3L Power Stroke
7.5 L 385 V8

Generation 10 - Ford Trucks
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Produced: 2002 - Present
Engine Size: 4.2L Essex V6
4.6L Triton V8
5.4L Triton V8
6.8L Triton V10
7.3L Power Stroke

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Re: Ford F Series

Post by Hicube on Sat Jan 09, 2010 9:51 am

The thing I like about these ford trucks, is that their is a different size of truck and / or engine to suit everyones need.........and i need a F650 Drool

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Post by Rislar on Sat Jan 09, 2010 9:53 am

I agree and that looks the dog nads thumbsup

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Re: Ford F Series

Post by Myteathor on Wed Dec 07, 2011 11:47 am

There are a few errors in the info on the f series, The F series started in 1948, ( the 1950s f 100 is a great hot rod truck) Also the generation 10 ended in 2003, 2004 through 2008 was generation 11 and 2008 through current is generation 12.
I had a couple 60's f 100 trucks, I had a 1977 f100 in high school and I just bought a 1979 f150 for a winter restoration project. I also have had a few broncos which is the suv based on the ford truck platform. short wheelbase and lots of power, they would go anywhere! I currently have a 2002 f150 extended cab 4x4.
The Wikipedia has much of this info on ford f series if you are interested. I would post a link but iam not permitted yet.


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Re: Ford F Series

Post by Rislar on Fri Dec 09, 2011 12:44 am

Thanks for pointing these errors out, it doesn't pay having mistake like that!! Mind i think we where a few years out also Shocked Laughing
You'll need 10 post to add a link fella!!

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