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Ford F-Series (1973-1979) sixth generation

Ford F-Series (1973-1979) sixth generation

The changes for the sixth generation were largely cosmetic; Ford made several year-to-year changes, with a significant grill redesign in mid 1977. Rectangular headlights replaced round headlights in the latter half of 1978. More substantial introductions included the addition of

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Ford F-Series (1967-1972) fifth generation

Ford F-Series (1967-1972) fifth generation

In 1967, along with a minor update, the F-Series changed the Ranger from an option package to a separate trim level. In response to federal regulations, Ford added a number of exterior lights in 1968 and made some changes to

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Ford F-Series (1957-1960) third generation

For the third generation, Ford started its tradition of distinguishing the two types of pickup boxes; the traditional separate-fender body was called FlareSide, while a new smooth-sided look was known as StyleSide. The cabover F-Series was discontinued, having been replaced

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Ford F-Series (1953-1956) second generation

Ford F-Series (1953-1956) second generation

The second generation trucks were given their now familiar names: The F-1 became the F-100, the F-2 became the F-250, and the F-3 became the 1-ton F-350.

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Ford F-Series (1948-1952) first generation

The F-Series is a series of full-size pickup trucks from Ford Motor Company which has been sold continuously for over six decades. The most popular variant of the F-Series is the F-150. It was the best-selling vehicle in the United

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Ford Sierra (1982–1993)

Ford Sierra

The Ford Sierra is a large family car that was built by Ford Europe from 1982 until 1993. It was designed by Uwe Bahnsen, Robert Lutz and Patrick le Quément. The code used during development was “Project Toni”. First unveiled

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