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Old 11-13-2007, 08:45 PM
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61-62 unibody production numbers

I was wondering if anybody knew the production numbers for 1961-1962 F-250 unibody pickups
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61 Almost all.
62 Not quite as many.
63 Quite a lot less.
64 none.

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grand total 61 F250 prod. was 21084, 10,008 being the unibody trucks
grand total 62 F250 prod. was 29526, 10,703 being the unibody trucks

no breakdown for 62 4X4 at all, 61 4X4 total was 2257 over 4 different body types 4X4 flareside was largest number with 1671, 4X4 styleside was 149,4X4 cab was 359 made. All in all, a low production bunch of trucks...can anyone fathom that thought today of these kind of production numbers ???


BTW, 63 total prod. was 34,539 over 11 models, of those 2789 were 4X4 spread over 3 models



hope this helps you...the numbers are from Ford records according to my book, Std Catalog of Light Duty Ford Trucks, 1905-2002, by John Gunnell, a 2003 publication date is given



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'63 Unibody production fell way off though...5456...


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the numbers are from Ford records according to my book, Std Catalog of Light Duty Ford Trucks, 1905-2002, by John Gunnell

a 2003 publication date is given KRAUSE.COM / ISBN: 0-87349-411-3
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I use that 'standard catalog of ford light duty ford trucks' daily on FTE. I've recommended it so many times, I memorized the publishing details.
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Bill, what production # can you find on my 61 Merc M100 LWB unibody.
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Camperspecial I've got to ask Does that book break down 63 SB Uni's and Does it Break down the 63 2wd SB Big Window Unis?
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mrc and Kong...you both sound like me...wanting breakdowns for semi specific models..theres no mention at all of Mercury trucks and no breakdown of big/little window unis...I was wondering that one myself as we know those are quite rare...theres no breakdown of long and shortbeds either...just 1/2,3/4 and 1 ton as a whole with the exception of 4X4 and most of those are lumped by 1/2,and 3/4 ton...


I wish there was a more precise breakdown of all of them but I know Im not alone in that wish either...


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Awww well that's more than I knew earlier tonight 5456 on the 63 Uni's that's good to know. Sounds like a Book to add to the Christmas Wish list. (Man that wish list is long) Thanks CS I'LL PM YOU WITHSOME PARTS INFO CLOSE TO YOU
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What about a 1961 f100 unibody? And where could I find one of these books? Ebay maybe?
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What about a 1961 F100 unibody? And where could I find one of these books? Ebay maybe?
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62,410 F100 Uni's assembled in 1961. Book is out of print, ebay would be one source.
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Looking at those 61 4x4 numbers...I had a chance to buy a 61 Merc uni when I was in high school.I could afford it but I didn't have the money to fix it and buy it.I always regret that.3/4 ton 4x4 4sp v8.
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Looking at those 61 4x4 numbers...I had a chance to buy a 61 Merc uni when I was in high school.I could afford it but I didn't have the money to fix it and buy it.I always regret that.3/4 ton 4x4 4sp v8.
All 1961/63 F100/250 Uni's were 2WD. If it had 4WD, it would have been an aftermarket conversion, possibly done by Marmon-Herrington or NAPCO..
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That would explain a lot,that was a long time ago but I am almost positive it was a short wheelbase with the 3/4 ton axles.Probably was aftermarket.I have saw a couple mopars like that but the only ford I have heard of.
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What kind of numbers for a 60 Merc 1/2 ton 4x4?I do have a chance at one of those.
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