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Old 07-29-2010, 10:34 PM
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How many?

Does anyone know (and where the information was obtained if possible) how many 1965 F100 Flareside Longbed Fords were made?

If not that specific, how many 1965 F100 Flaresides were made?

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Old 07-29-2010, 11:29 PM
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34,184total F100 Flaresides...there was no breakdown for long or shortbed trucks or 2 or 4WD trucks either...

This is from The Standard Catalog of Light Duty Ford Trucks 1905-2002 by John Gunnell written in 2003....


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34,184 flare sides.
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Old 07-29-2010, 11:53 PM
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Wow. You guys are great- thanks alot yall for the quick responses!

Any estimates on how many are left?
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1/2 ton flaresides...not too many given these were farm trucks and used hard ...prolly less then 10K but thats totally a guess pulled out of the air...


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If it helps at all, in 66 there was only 839 4x4 flair sides produced.
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If it helps at all, in 66 there was only 839 F100 4WD Flaresides produced.
1965 F100 production figures do not break down to how many were 2WD or 4WD. All that is listed is how many were Flaresides (34,184) or Stylesides (178,581).

1966 is a different story as both 2WD & 4WD Flareside and Styleside production figures are available (ditto for F250 2WD/4WD and F350).

Additional 1966 F100 4WD production figures: Chassis & Cab: 145 / Styleside Pickup: 4,493.

The survival rate for 1960's vehicles is 10%. Y'all can do the math.

The Standard Catalog of Light Duty Ford Trucks -1905/2002 / by John Gunnell / krause.com / ISBN: 0-87349-411-3.

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Additional 1966 F100 4WD production figures: Chassis & Cab: 145 / Styleside Pickup: 4,493.

The survival rate for 1960's vehicles is 10%. Y'all can do the math.
I want to find that half of a chassis cab!
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I want to find that half of a chassis cab!
Chassis & Cab refers to a truck without any back of cab equipment.

No pickup bed, no nothing was installed, all that's behind the cab are bare frame rails.

When customers want to install special back of cab equiment like a wrecker or utility body, box van or whatever...they buy a Chassis & Cab.

Did'ja know that Ford also offered two different types of Open Drive-Away's?

Chassis & Cowl and Chassis & Windshield, and I'll betcha you've seen at least one of these styles.

Ice Cream trucks (Good Humor, for example) were usually Cowl and Windshields...had no cab at all.

Both are pictured on page 69 in the General Informatiion Section of the '64/72 truck parts catalog.
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I was doing math ND. 145x0.10=14.5

So somewhere there is a half a truck!

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