So many choices – so much time to have some fun. At least in these old ads there was. Back in 1970, there certainly were plenty of excellent choices for buyers to find a second Ford to own.
Check out this 1956 Ford F-100 resto-mod, dubbed “The Hauler.” Ron Caicco of Toronto, Canada spent three years and hundreds of thousands of dollars on this black beauty. Wouldn’t you?
Check out this old ad introducing the all-new “Twin I-Beam” front suspension system available on the 1965 Ford F-100s.
Though the classics are to be treasured, it’s not often that we think of them as the best off-road or jumping machines on the market. After all, these old Fords were made primarily to haul and pull rather than to roar up a steep hill of climb out of a deep mud pit.
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.