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Old 11-07-2010, 08:34 PM
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What are the smallest Ford Trucks ever made?

Doesn't matter where - the Thames/Anglia's were one thought I had.

They are a bit hard to find though - so I was thinking in year groups 60 to 69, 70 to 79, 80 to 89, and up...

Courier is one that's tuff to find in the USA now, but I'm thinking a wee bit tinier than them.
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It's a DFIK
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Must be a concept vehicle...
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Well, the 72-75 Courier was pretty small, the 76 had a longer cab and then the second generation 77-82 was bigger all around, but not by much.
The old Falcon Rancheros were about the same size as the second gen Courier, just proportioned a bit differently.
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This one has the big engine covered, custom though, not Ford Click the image to open in full size. Just a cool picture.
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I had a 74 Courier..........2 normal sized people in it, forget bringing your lunch box in the cab.
A Ranger in comparison feels like a F-350.
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Model T pickups--not sure of load capacity, but looks pretty small.

WWII jeeps, specified as "1/4 ton truck" iirc.
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i had one of them mazords aka a courier { they were built by mazda} and what a piece o junk !!!! rusted away in no time flat !!! no power either !!! does a falcon ranchero count ??? had a 65 with a 289 and four speed and another with an 289 and automatic and they were pretty small .......................Attachment 29517
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looks to be about the size of a falcon !! never knew they existed either ............ learn something everyday , if not you beez dead and ya don't know it !!!!!!!!!!!!!
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It looks like an f-250 "mated" with a Pontiac Aztek

I think they're made in Mexico...
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It looks like an f-250 "mated" with a Pontiac Aztek

I think they're made in Mexico...
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