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Old 02-02-2006, 07:28 PM
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1976 Ford Bicentennial Option Group

There has been quite a few questions in the past regarding Ford's Bicentennial trucks. I have found that 1976 Ford trucks that were Wimbledon White or Bahama Blue could be Bicentennial Editions. This even included Tu-Tone paint options. There could be a white roof with a blue body and a blue roof with a white body. Trucks include the F100 thru F350 Custom styleside trucks in both regular and SuperCab models. The exception to this is the F350 Super Camper Special and the 140" wheelbase styleside trucks.

Apparently, these trucks were made at the dealership. This option added an additional $263.30 (suggested retail) to the cost of the truck. I would guess there is no way to tell how many of these trucks were made.

I have scanned the pages from the dealer's notebook regarding this truck into my album and also on my web-site, www.geocities.com/bicentennialford.
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...180272327&rd=1

Is it just me, or did someone get a hell of a deal on this one?
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Just found it myself, just as it ended. I would have easily paid more than that if I had the chance!
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I think I have linked to your site in the past
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This truck was shown here a couple of times about two months ago, it was pretty obvious that the guy wanted to get rid of it. A day late and a dollar short, the story of my life. Had I wanted one of these trucks, I for sure would have missed it when I seen it earlier.
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Value of 76 Bicentennial F100

We recently purchased an F100 '76 Bicentennial edition in white. It's pretty cool. Straight body and still has the original decals, just a bit faded. What do you think the value would be?

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There has been quite a few questions in the past regarding Ford's Bicentennial trucks. I have found that 1976 Ford trucks that were Wimbledon White or Bahama Blue could be Bicentennial Editions. This even included Tu-Tone paint options. There could be a white roof with a blue body and a blue roof with a white body. Trucks include the F100 thru F350 Custom styleside trucks in both regular and SuperCab models. The exception to this is the F350 Super Camper Special and the 140" wheelbase styleside trucks.

Apparently, these trucks were made at the dealership. This option added an additional $263.30 (suggested retail) to the cost of the truck. I would guess there is no way to tell how many of these trucks were made.

I have scanned the pages from the dealer's notebook regarding this truck into my album and also on my web-site, www.geocities.com/bicentennialford.
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