The Ford F-100 was one of the first trucks in the F-Series.
The classic Ford F-100 was proof that the country boy can survive. The seats were fixed, and you literally needed to have enough arm strength to steer it through uneven terrains. It’s pretty much the story of most classic early pickup trucks. Henry Ford built his first pickup truck in 1903 and the rest was history. It wasn’t until 1953 though, 50 years later, that Ford brought the F-100 to the market.
Whenever we see these kinds of trucks, we imagine a medium-built man with the wheel up against his chest as he serves as the truck’s power steering. It also happens to be the signature driving position of the vintage Ford F-100s.
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