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Welcome to the premier website for 1948 - 1996 Ford F-Series trucks. F100 Central is also a parts supplier. We specialize in 1948-1996 Ford F-Series trucks. This website will provide good and up to date information on all aspects of 48-96 F-Series trucks, from restoration to modified hot rods. There is a complete catalog of 48-96 Ford F-Series parts for you to build the truck that you want....
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1953 Ford trucks were both the start of an era and the end of an era. 53 was the last year for the flathead V8. We all know what a legend the flathead is. 1953 was also the beginning of the F100. Previously the trucks were known as F1's. Granted, names don't need much. This was a new truck over the 48-52 F1 trucks. 1953 F100 cabs were bigger giving more room inside the cab. The new overhead...
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Welcome to 1954FordTrucks.com. When my first 53 Ford F100 was found to be in too bad of shape to completely rebuild, I found a good 54 truck with a good cab. 1954 F100's were basically the same as the 53. 1954 brought the first overhead valve engine in the Ford truck. Gone was the flathead V8....
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Welcome to 1956FordTrucks.com. 1956 saw a new version of the 53-55 F100. Major changes included a new wrap-around front windshield, optional rear wrap-around window, 12 volt electrical with standard electric wipers and a new style door to match the new front window configuration. The front grille...
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Welcome to 1955FordTrucks.com. 1955 saw a repeat of the basic 53 and 54 F100 body styles. The major change for 55 was the grille. It now had a v shape in the center. V8 emblems, or 3 point chrome star emblems on the grille for 6 cylinder trucks were different for 55. Also, larger parking lights...
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The Ford F100 full sized pickup was originally produced right after World War II, the war sdhad ended and Americans were looking to get back to their normal lives. This was truly the first new pickup that was developed since the beginning of the war. Ford used the advertising slogan Bonus Built truck and was the first vehicle with the F designation. Another first for Ford truck owners there...
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Welcome to the premiere source for classic truck parts for 1947 - 1959 Chevy Trucks and 1948-1956 Ford trucks. We can help you get the right parts when you need them! CMW Trucks, LLC is based in Northeast Ohio. We have been in the classic truck industry since 1990, building classic trucks and taking part in shows. In recent years, we began selling Ford truck parts and now Chevrolet and GMC...
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The Ford Truck Enthusiast Resource for News, Reviews, and Ownership Information. Winter weather is already upon us, meaning that many areas of the United States are about to be (or already are) blanketed with snow, or doused in…. We’ve commissioned our favorite artist, Pratyush Rout, to come up with a concept that’ll appeal to all fans. Check out this “new” Retro Raptor! An FTE member has...
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We have recently purchased a quantity of New Old Stock (N.O.S.) and New Old Replacement Stock (N.O.R.S.) parts from a Ford dealership and a couple of jobbers. Most of it is in the original packages. If it is marked as to what it fits, we will specify that. If it has only a part number, we will tell you that instead. Please look at our 'Misc Other Parts' page for the list. This list will be...
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We have all of the automobile manuals and books you need to repair or restore your car or truck, along with sales brochures, dealer albums, auto memorabilia, etc. We carry a large inventory of hard to find original and reprint automobile literature and manuals , specifically designed by the auto manufacturer for your car or truck. Only these factory manuals, brochures and books (many of which...
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Vintage Sports Car Sales, Service, and Restoration in Eugene, Oregon. The build on the body for the BMW Isetta continues. A lot of work in the this little body. It was pr[...]. We are starting a major paint project on a Series I Jaguar E-type. To do that properly you must remo[...]. The Triumph TR250 build is moving along. Kai is making great progress on the this one. Really like h[...]. A few...
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The net's largest hot rod website. Hot rods, street rods, and muscle cars. When working with chromed bolts always use some white lithium grease on the threads to keep them from locking up or binding when tightening.If your... (Techinspector1). Sometimes it's difficult trying to explain to fellows who are new to hot rodding that you have to match the characteristics of the camshaft to the......
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