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The Evolution of the F-Series

Evolution of the F-Series 1948 The Ford F-Series was 1953 introduced in 1948, the first of Ford trucks not based on a car F-150 chassis 1953 marked a change for naming the trucks, as the F-1 became the F-100 and the 1965 F-250 and F-350 were intro- duced. The F-Series' Twin-I-Beam front suspension was 1975 introduced in 1965, and is still used today for the F250 and F350. 1980 1/2 TON The F150 was not manufactured until 1975, as a "heavy half-ton" pickup. The F-Series was redesigned with a larger body and new chassis in 1980, in part to improve fuel efficiency and aerodynamics. 1993 1997 The Ford SVT Lightning was introduced in 1993 as a sports/performance model of the F150 The F150 received another redesign in 1997, with a more rounded styling creating a roomier interior and better 2014 fuel efficiency. 2014 was another step forward for the F-Series with the introduction of the tougher and lighter aluminum-bodied 2015 F150. DAY Ford tures/news/2007/163_news070524_2008_ford_trucks_features/ HENRY

The Evolution of the F-Series

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While the debate continues as to whether or not all the earth's creatures have undergone the transformative powers of formal evolution, there's little doubt about the changes that have occurred with t...


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