what year did they start the f150

Asked by Jan 13, 2017 at 01:38 PM about the Ford F-150

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They starting making them in 1948

I remember the F100, had a 68, 72, F100 not a F150



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Sorry Mark, 48 52 were F1, F2, F 150 started in 1975, asked my Dad, he bought one the first year they started


First year for F-150 was 1975, but they were only 2 wheel drive. First F-150 4x4 was the 1976 model year. I was selling Ford parts way back then.

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And who the hell is Mark??


Our ever present Subaru "expert"?

look above Mark helpful

don't know other than the name of /// Mark helpful

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