1953 to 1956 F100 Ford Trucks?

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The F100 Ford trucks produced from 1953 to 1956 were some of the most popular trucks at that time and are quite popular among collectors today. Models had a V6 or a V8 engine in them, which produced between 100-110 horsepower at the beginning of this period all the way up to 137-176 horsepower at the end. Back then, one of these trucks brand-new would have cost between $1,300 and $1,700. The engines got more and more powerful after 1953, and the body styling was modern for that time. Collectors today covet this era of Ford trucks.
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The F100 Ford trucks produced from 1953 to 1956 were some of the most popular trucks at that time and are quite popular among collectors today. Models had a V6 ...
You can find a 1956 or 1956 Ford F 100 truck to restore by asking friends, searching in online and print classifieds. Custom Car clubs are a great source of information ...
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