F-100

Five-Figure Driver? No Reserve 1964 Ford F-100

This 1964 Ford F-100 is being offered at no-reserve and is seeing very strong bidding. The seller admits it is a driver-quality truck, which has had some minor upgrades. It supposedly runs and drives well and can be driven… more»

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Ready To Roll: 1968 Ford F-100 Ranger Short Bed

If a completely original and unmolested classic pickup is high on your shopping list, then this probably isn’t the one for you. However, if a classic pickup that promises to be a blast to drive is what you are… more»

31k Original Miles: 1972 Ford F-100 Ranger XLT

So often you will see classic pickups like this 1972 Ford F-100 Ranger XLT, and they will show plenty of the sort of wear-and-tear that is part and parcel of a life of hard labor. This one is different… more»

1971 Ford F-100 Ranger With a 428!

Raven Black was not the most common color to grace the flanks of a 1971 Ford F-100 Ranger, and the fact that this F-100 rolled off the production line wearing that particular shade is already enough to make it… more»

Shortbed Survivor! 1970 Ford F100 Pickup

This 1970 Ford F-100 short box looks like a great drive it as you fix it project. Although there isn’t much history in the ad, it seems like a pretty original truck. It can be found for sale here… more»

Chevy LS-Powered 1971 Ford F-100?!!

Here’s another classic 5th-generation Ford pickup, except for the fact that this one has a surprise under the hood. It is a 1971 F-100 and can be found here on eBay with a requested opening bid of $7,000. Located… more»

Parked In 1977: 1955 Ford F-100 Pickup

This 1955 Ford F-100 Pickup is a tidy vehicle with only a few rust issues to be addressed. It is structurally sound and would make a great candidate for a restoration or custom project. It is located in Chester,… more»

Wilderness Special: 1968 Ford F100

I’m a big fan of “bumpside” Ford pickups, in fact, I own two of them. This one had me a little puzzled at first though. The fifth-generation of the Ford F-series pickups range from 1967 to 1972 and are… more»

Hot Rod Worthy: 1937 Ford F-100

Up for sale at a current bid of $4,900 is this 1937 Ford F-100. The seller purchased the car from somewhere in North Dakota, but it is now in Barnesville, Minnesota. Even so, the truck has a clean, North… more»

Clean and Original: 1977 Ford F-100 Free Wheelin’

By the second half of the 1970s, vehicle manufacturers were doing it pretty tough. Tightening emission and safety regulations reigned in the performance sector, which left many special edition vehicles as little more than cosmetic packages. Some of these… more»

Worth Reviving: 1966 Ford F-100 Stepside

Hiding under that healthy layer of dust is a pretty decent looking 1966 Ford F-100 Stepside. It will need some work to get it up and running since it has been sitting for 20-years, but it looks like a… more»

Clean Survivor: 1970 Ford F-100 Ranger XLT

Ford’s F-Series of pickup trucks is the best-selling truck line in the United States, with thirteen different generations under its belt. This clean fifth-generation 1970 Ford F-100 Ranger XLT is available here on eBay, and while it’s not perfect,… more»

Blank Canvas: 1953 Ford F-100 Pickup

While it might sports its share of minor dents and dings, this 1953 Ford F-100 is a solid vehicle that has very little rust. It started its life fitted with a 239ci flathead V8 and 3-speed manual transmission, but… more»

Ready to Roll: 1960 Ford F-100

These old pickups have a great look to them, and although I admire the look of a nicely restored vehicle, I really love the appearance of vehicles that have obviously been used for their designed purpose, but don’t appear… more»

Striking Looking: 1959 Ford F-100

If you are looking for a really nice older pickup, then this 1959 Ford F-100 might be just the vehicle for you. It has so far attracted some strong interest, but it is definitely worth taking a look at…. more»

Found! Stash of Fat Fender Ford Pickups

This collection of 1955 and ’56 Ford pickups are located in Merced, California. They can be found here on eBay with a buy-it-now price of $2,800. Unfortunately, none of them have titles, but they appear to be a pretty… more»