This 1976 Ford F-150 is One Heck of a Barn Find!
Most of us are used to buying our vehicles form a dealership, or maybe even from an individual, but what if the phone rang and a distant relative asked you for help cleaning out her property? What if you ran into a gorgeous 1976 Ford F-150 while cleaning a barn?
While most kids are playing video games or glued to their smartphones, these high school students just built an entire Ford F-100 from scratch as part of their Automotive Technology class.
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.
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.
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 »