The fifth generation of the Ford F-Series is a line of pickup trucks and commercial trucks that were produced by Ford from 1967 to 1972. Built on the same platform as the fourth generation F-series trucks, the fifth generation had sharper styling lines, a larger cab and greenhouse, and expanded engine options.

Three trim levels were available during the production of the fifth generation f-series, though the names were changed in 1970. The “Base” trim became the “Custom” and the “Custom Cab” became the “Sport Custom” joining “Ranger” as optional levels of equipment and trim. Late in production the Ranger trim level was upgraded with the additional “Ranger XLT” option.

Introduction of fifth-generation F-series in 1966 for the 1967 model year. Cab is 3 inches (7.6 cm) wider than predecessor and frame is heavier. Grille, exterior trim, interior cab fittings and engine choices are unique to this year. Trim levels are “Base”, “Custom Cab” and “Ranger”.


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We will be disassembling this truck to give it a brand new paint job.

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Disassembling the interior to get it ready to go to media blast.

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Just got the truck back from media blast.

The original floor pans are going to be replaced due to rust. The old floor pans have been cut out.

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The new floor pan has been welded in.

Replaced some pretty bad rust spots with new patch panels.

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Finished installing the new patch panels.

The cab is ready to go into the paint booth to get epoxy sealed.

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The cab has been sprayed with epoxy.

The new engine has been taken out of the create.

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After…

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