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Ducati 350 F 3
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Eleven major mark the history of the F-Series trucks produced by Ford Company starting in 1948 and through to the present day. The F-Series were introduced in to replace their car-based truck line. Models numbered F1-F8 corresponding to size and load capacity.

The F1 was the popular, a ½-ton truck a 6.5 foot bed.

Eleven redesigns mark the history of the pickup trucks produced by Motor Company starting in and continuing through to the present The first F-Series were in 1948 to replace their pickup truck line. were numbered F1-F8 to increasing size and load The F1 was the most popular, a ½-ton with a 6.5 foot bed, by the F2 (3/4-ton) and F3 (3/4-ton Heavy

The design marked a departure earlier trucks by having a windshield, integrated headlights, and body panels. Several were available with a inline flathead 6 producing 95 at the bottom and a 317-cubic-inch Y-block 155 horsepower at the top for use in the F8. A Marmon-Herrington All Wheel was available for this generation and to be so through 1959.

The line was redesigned for 1953 and the numbering scheme was introduced the F-100 ½-ton as the base and the F-250 (3/4-ton) and F-350 making up the higher end. Low vehicle weight rating versions of all three models offered for this generation. The look was more integrated and the flowed into the front rather than just on top of it.

Several amenities were including a lighter, interior light, sun visors, and arm rests. steering was also introduced as an

1957 saw the introduction of a lower that was flush with the fenders and a new body style the Styleside that had smooth where the separate rear used to be (called flareside). A design with an integrated box and cab available from 1961 to but discontinued for 1964. Both and Styleside body styles still available and the Ranger was introduced as a styling package.

styling changes and engine came with the 1967 The low-GVWR models were after 1968 but several functional option packages introduced such as the Explorer which was only a trim and Contractor, Farm and Ranch, and Specials which included engine and suspension packages and functional options.

In 1975 the F-150 was introduced, basically an with a heavier GVWR pound maximum compared to the 5,700 pound maximum). By the F-Series became the best vehicle not truck, vehicle in the United States which it has ever since.

A number of design elements changed in 1980. Overall, the had sharper, squarer lines. The trim package was dropped in since that name was to be on the upcoming smaller pickup, and in letter-based trim levels being used: XL, XLS, and XLT This was also the first that the blue oval logo replaced the FORD on the hood.

The biggest change was the venerable F-100 in favor of the as the base model. The 302 V8, originally in 1969, was upgraded to fuel in 1985 adding an additional 60 for 190 total and foreshadowing later engines. These were the last American vehicles to a column-mounted shifter.

In 1987 the design was made more and a number of options were It became the first truck to rear anti-lock brakes as an and automatic locking hubs in the drive system were Engines were now sized in units and all became fuel-injected 1988.

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The 6.9 liter diesel was discontinued in and was replaced by a 7.3 liter International IDI diesel V8. The Super Duty was also introduced, basically a cab no bed, which would be after the build date on its future use. The Flareside was also dropped in 1988.

1992 and 1996 outward continued to become more The Lightning Performance Truck was in 1999 and contained a number of features: 17-inch aluminum special handling features, and shocks, and a 240-horsepower version of the 5.8 V8. The Lightning was only offered in drive standard-cab versions.

Several safety features also added in 1994: airbags, side door and a center-mounted brake light. An Bauer edition was added as a line, and the Custom base level was dropped after with the XL becoming he base line. A new 7.3 liter Power diesel was introduced that out a massive 425 pound-feet of torque; was only available on the F-250 Duty line.

Both the and Lightning were dropped the lineup in 1996.

Aerodynamic continued with the 1997 and the engine lineup was also revamped. Both the 1997 and F-150 was Motor Trend’s of the Year and sales reached in 2001 and 939,000 in 2005. A new was introduced in 1999 and continued 2004.

Numerous body were available including and SuperCab, standard or flareside, and and short beds. The F-150 was redesigned in 2004 using the P2

An offshoot of the F-Series was the Bronco. The (1966-1977) had not been directly on an existing truck platform it did share a number of parts the axles and brakes) from the In 1978, the Bronco was redesigned and on the F-series trucks, and was redesigned in 1980 along with the F-Series trucks.

The Bronco followed the various redesigns of the until it was discontinued in 1997 in of the Expedition.

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