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Ford F-Series Truck Information

The following facts about the Ford F-Series Truck, manufactured by Ford Motor Company, were retrieved from many sources. We only strive to point out major facts that could be most useful to our customers here. 

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.

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

 


 

 

Generation 6 - Ford Trucks
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
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
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
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
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

Sources: Wikipedia, Ford

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