Category: Trash Can

BFGoodrich Presents BUILDUP A 1967 F-100 Build


Ford has been making trucks an awfully long time, and we’re thankful for that. There is a great multitude of different classic Fords to love, and, while they are all somewhat different, they all have stayed true to their roots.

  Comments | By - December 22, 2014

Watch a 1979 Ford 460 Race Truck Paint Stripes on the Road


This wild video features a cool 1979 Ford F-150 that has been modified for drag racing duties, including an obviously modified 460 cubic inch big block V8.

  Comments | By - November 12, 2014

Epic Chevy Fail – Keep on Ford Truckin’


Here’s a classic example of how much Chevy trucks really suck. This video will make you glad that you own a Ford and feel sorry for those poor unfortunate souls that drive cheaper, unreliable brands. The owner of this customized and modified maroon, monster attempts to jump over a rather tiny lump of dirt. It’s […] More »

  Comments | By - September 18, 2014

Then and Now: The 31,000,000th Ford Pickup and a New F-150 in Action


On May 3, 1945 the 31,000,000th Ford built was a pickup truck. Apparently, they were only available in one color – Village Green! It had a Flathead V8 with 90 horsepower underneath the hood. Today, there are over a dozen colors to choose from and you can see them all here. This is a pre-production […] More »

  Comments | By - July 31, 2014

A Truck Load of Potential: A Classic 1975 Ford F-100 Build


Not all builds are clean. In fact, some are quite messy and take a lot of┬ákicking, prodding, sifting, and head-scratching in order to get right. Some start out simple and complacent, and others are… not so nice. Member usuallybowtie ended up with the latter with this 1975 Ford F-100. Though Chevy trucks are his normal […] More »

  Comments | By - July 25, 2014

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