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Old 04-02-2007, 06:33 AM
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What is the best Ford ever produced?

I was looking through Placermike's post and I think it was the 48' 3 ton.
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I think it was mine the 99 F250 SD V10
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I think it was mine the 99 F250 SD V10
I thought I was supposed to be the one with the huge ego? At least you don't speak in 3rd person yet.
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73-79 hands down they are beast and im not just saying that because I have a 79 f150 although because of its package is considered one of the rarest fords
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trucks in honesty arent built as good as the older and original trucks, all that plastic, and you can barely work on them....i perfer being able to do EVERYTHING i know how not having electronics stop me from changing the oil, because I cant reset the oil life gauge. grr
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I like the one I have, but My fav was the 68 F100! Also have to go the the 67 Mustang!
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well the best FORD i mean the mustangs <3 a 66 GT 500 fastback what'd id o for that
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well the best FORD i mean the mustangs <3 a 66 GT 500 fastback what'd id o for that
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The 1962 F100 is my favorite as it was my first truck (it was my grandfathers truck and he gave it to me), I also learned to drive in that thing. I wish I still had it today.
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The 1962 F100 is my favorite as it was my first truck (it was my grandfathers truck and he gave it to me), I also learned to drive in that thing. I wish I still had it today.
It's kind of funny how Fords are able to make it from generation to generation!
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It's kind of funny how Fords are able to make it from generation to generation!
Yeah, it sure is! I gave my son my 1979 F250 when he was 17, he had it til he totaled it, luckily he wasn't hurt.
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I have to say for cars, the 65 Tbird and Galaxie are really close to each other.
For trucks, 68-72 for body style, if they would have had power disk brakes and power steering on all models, and better frames, they would have had the market cornered and there probably wouldn't be much for competition now.
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