Ford Harley Davidson F-Series

F-Series is a series of full-size pickups from Ford Motor Company has sold more than six decades. The most popular variant of the Series FF-150. It was the best-selling car in the United States 24 years and has been the best selling truck 34 years, although this is not one of the combined sales of GM pickup. Analysts estimate that F-Series alone accounts for half of Ford Motor Company's profits in recent years. Tenth-generation F-Series, F-250 and F-350 body style changed in 1998 and joined the Super Duty series.

The first F-Series truck (known as the Ford Bonus-Built) was introduced in 1948, replacing the old society of pickup online car-based. It was a modern-looking truck with a flat, one-piece windshield and integrated headlights. Opportunities, it was 'See-Clear' windshield washer (operated by foot plunger), windscreen wipers and passenger side sun visor, and passenger side taillight. F-1 truck was also available with additional chrome and two horns as an option. All F-Series is available in 'Marmon-Herrington All Wheel Drive' until 1959. Mercury-badged version of the F series were sold in Canada only.

Design of the F-Series truck changed little from 1948 to 1952. From 1948 to 1950, was the gate of a series of horizontal bars and the headlights were in the wings. For 1951 and 1952, was the flagship associated with a large piece of the Cross with three equivalents aerodynamic downforce. rear window was larger in the later trucks and the dashboard has been redesigned. F-series trucks were built at sixteen different Ford plants. The serial numbers indicate the truck model, engine, vintage, assembly plant, and unit number. The most common model was the F-1 with a bed 6 ½ feet, followed by F-2 and F-3 Express models with bed 8 feet (2.4 meters).

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