Saturday, February 1, 2014

Ford Trucks

Ford has been in the truck game for a long time (even the Model T was available in truck configuration a century ago). It's served them well. The F-150 is the best selling vehicle in the United States. The first F-series truck was introduced in 1948 and has continually evolved to the broad range available for consumer and commercial use today.

The standard F-150 is available in every form from a traditional king cab junk-hauler to a desert destroying off-road monster, the SVT Raptor. For even tougher jobs, the F-Series Super Duty is available in 15 different variations including an unstoppable 6.7-liter Power Stroke Diesel Dually F-450. Super Duty based Chassis Cabs are available for bespoke upfits to be applied in any way imaginable for small or large businesses alike. F-650/F-750 Chassis cabs are even available for dump truck or tow truck type applications.

Though the iconic rock-band hauler Econoline has sadly been retired, Ford's E-series van has been a staple in the commercial van world since its introduction in the early 60s. Capable of hauling up to 15 passengers in proper spec, the E-series is a favorite for shuttle services the world over. Taking more cues from Europe, Ford has introduced two versions of the Transit Connect, small commercial vans with flexible interior configurations to accommodate as much cargo as possible without the sheer mass of the E-series.


1 comment:

emjayay said...

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