The sleeker and wider design of the Ford F-Series turns these trucks instantly into recognizable pieces of Ford's rich automotive history, but F-100's strong powertrains also make them enviable machines to commandeer. The 1966 Ford F-100 is actually the strongest version in its generation, with a powerful 352 FE V8 producing a hefty 208 horsepower, which is nearly double the output found on 1961 to 1964 models. These versions have a 223 Mileage Maker I6, which produces only 114 horsepower. The 1966 Ford F-100 came in a few variations related to cab size, mainly. The F10, F11, and F14 versions are half-ton pickups that can achieve a maximum of 5,000 gross vehicle weight rating. The F18, F19, and 4 by 4s are also half tons, although they may have higher GVWRs, at a maximum of 5,600. Ford also has a low GVWR version of the 1966 Ford F-100 truck as well as a Ranger version that features the same bucket seats found in the Mustang, along with other interior features. If you want a three quarter ton or full ton, check out the F-250 and F-350s inside the vast inventory on eBay. You may also be interested in the previous third generation of F-100s. The 1960 Ford F-100 has the classic clamshell-shaped hood, along with a chrome grille – features that would become mainstays of the F-Series, along with the sizable 292 Y-Block V8 engine.
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