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Ford Trucks Through the Years


A Pictorial Glimpse of Ford Trucks Through the Years

Ford has manufactured trucks since 1908, starting with the Ford Model TT, then the Model AA, and subsequently the Model BB. Countries where Ford produced commercial vehicles are or were in the past delivered include Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada (also branded as Mercury), France, Germany, India, Netherlands, Philippines, Spain (branded Ebro as well), Turkey, UK (also branded Fordson and Thames) and USA.

The Ford F-Series comprises of light and medium duty trucks (Class 2-7) that have been created and marketed by Ford Motor Company since 1948. While most variations of the F-Series vehicles are full-size pickups, the F-Series likewise incorporates commercial vehicles and chasis cab trucks.

The most popular form of the F-Series is the Ford F-150, manufactured over thirteen generations. Since 1981, It has been the top rated vehicle in the United States and the best selling pickup since 1977. It is additionally the the best selling Canadian pickup.

To bridge the gap between pickups and medium-duty trucks, the F-250 and F-350 were separately redesigned in 1999 with the announcement of the Ford Super Duty series. At present, the F-Series is made up of the F-150, Super Duty (F-250 through F-550), F-650 and the F-750 Super Duty medium-duty Ford commercial trucks.

By rebadging, the F-Series is sold through each of the Ford Motor Company three divisions in North America. The Mercury M-Series was marketed in Canada from 1946 to 1968 because of the limited dealership organize in rural locations. The Lincoln Blackwood and Mark LT were rebadged renditions of the Ford F-150 marketed during the 2000s as Lincoln endeavored to market a luxury pickup truck.

Full Size
1916 Ford Field Ambulance
1916 Ford Field Ambulance
1924 Ford Model TT
1924 Ford Model TT
Ford Snowmobile
Ford Snowmobile
1930s Ford Pickup Woodie
1930s Ford Pickup Woodie
1930s Ford Model AA
1930s Ford Model AA
1932 Ford Pickup
1932 Ford Pickup
1932 Ford Pickup - O'Connor Woods
1932 Ford Pickup - O'Connor Woods
1935 Ford Pickup
1935 Ford Pickup
1940 Ford Pickup
1940 Ford Pickup
1949 Ford Pickup
1949 Ford Pickup
1951 Ford Pickup - Sanford & Son
1951 Ford Pickup - Sanford & Son
1953 Ford F-150 - School Street, Lodi
1953 Ford F-150 - School Street, Lodi
1953 Ford F-150 Van
1953 Ford F-150 Van
1956 Pink Ford F-150
1956 Pink Ford F-150
1956 Pink Ford F-150
1956 Pink Ford F-150
1956 Ford F-150
1956 Ford F-150
1956 Ford F-150
1956 Ford F-150
1970 Ford F-150
1970 Ford F-150
1980 Ford F-150
1980 Ford F-150
1980 Ford F-150
1980 Ford F-150
1990 Ford F-150 XLT
1990 Ford F-150 XLT
2016 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor
2016 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor
2017 Ford F-150 STX
2017 Ford F-150 STX

SUV

1940 Ford Marmon Herrington Wagon
1940 Ford Marmon Herrington Wagon

Bronco

The Ford Bronco Sports utility vehicle (SUV) was produced and sold from 1966 to 1996, during five generations.

The Bronco was presented in 1966 as competition to small four-wheel-drive compact SUVs such as the Jeep CJ-5 and International Harvester Scout. It was built on its own platform. A major update in 1978 made the Bronco much larger, utilizing a shortened Ford F-Series truck chassis to rival both the comparably adapted Chevy K5 Blazer, along with the Dodge Ramcharger. Most Broncos typically had a Spare tire mounted on a swing carrier outside the rear door. Broncos were Manufactured at Ford's Truck Plant in Wayne, Michigan from 1966 to 1996.

1966 Ford Bronco Roadster
1966 Ford Bronco Roadster
1990 Ford Bronco
1990 Ford Bronco
2017 Ford Bronco Back
2017 Ford Bronco Back
2017 Ford Bronco
2017 Ford Bronco
2017 Ford Troller T4
2017 Ford Troller T4
2020 Ford Bronco
2020 Ford Bronco


Explorer SUV

2016 Stockton Police Department Ford Interceptor
2016 Stockton Police Department Ford Interceptor - Courtesy of Ron Chapman

Compact

Ford Courier - 1971-2013

Bronco II - Compact SUV - 1978-1996

Ranger Pickup - 1993-2012

1991 Ford Skyranger
1991 Ford Skyranger

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