Seventh Generation Ford F-Series Trucks & Parts

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1985 Ford F-250
The seventh generation of the F-Series brought the truck a more modern look, with squared corners and flat side panels. The Ranger also became a truck model of its own during this time, so it was no longer a part of the F-Series.
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The trims that were left during this generation were the XL, XLT, and XLT Lariat. The engine options ranged from a 300 cubic inch inline 6 cylinder to a 460 cubic inch V8. There was also a 6.9L Diesel V8 engine.

The F-100 base model was finally dropped in 1983 and replace by the F-150, which is still in production today. Fuel injection became the standard for the base model by 1986.

This iteration of the F-Series lasted from 1980 until 1986. They are still fairly common on the used truck market, and they can fetch a decent price if in good condition. The larger engine versions are popular with farmers and ranchers who need that heavy duty strength. You can find quite a few listings on Ebay.

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