No Reserve: 1996 Ford F350 XLT Crew Cab

It is a case of “horses for courses” regarding tow vehicles. Owners don’t need anything radical if hauling a light load, but a larger trailer demands a vehicle with muscle. That could be the best term to describe this… more»

Ultimate Tow Rig: 1990 Ford F350 Lariat Dually

In the late eighties and early nineties, if you wanted a truck with pulling power you went to your local Ford dealer for a 7.3 diesel F250 or F350.  Reliable and relatively economical, these trucks had a reputation that… more»

460 Powered 4X4! 1979 Ford F350 Ranger XLT

With beginnings dating all the way back to 1948, the Ford F-Series of trucks were already heading into their sixth generation by the time ’73 rolled around, with the 1979 model being the final year of gen 6 production. … more»

Serious Workhorse: 1971 Ford F350 390 V8 4×4 Crew Cab

The fifth generation of the Ford F-series trucks ran from 1967 through 1972. The styling update from the fourth generation included a larger cab and different trim levels (a favorite trick pursued by American automakers as a replacement for… more»

Caveman Camper! 1970 Ford F-350

Though their history is a little sparse online, Caveman Campers were all the rage in the Pacific Northwest from the 1950s through the 1970s. A company by that name in Grants Pass, Oregon built campers that would fit onto… more»

Camper Conversion: 1985 Ford F350

Were you thinking about getting an RV last year when everyone was staying at home only to find out they were out-of-stock or overpriced? Well, if your budget is low and you’ve still got the RV itch, why not… more»