A truck is a motor vehicle that is voluminous, powerfully configured, and most often made for transporting cargo. Trucks include a large range of types including farm vehicles used in agricultural areas, specialty trucks used in mining activities, equipment installation, dumping garbage, cattle ranches, to tow small vehicles, etc. Trucks can be found in train stations, factories, and construction sites. They range from light, medium, heavy, and off-road, with each country having different regulations on maximum size. Earlier trucks were only used for short-haul, but today we use them to transport cargo over a short and long-distance. Some also have specialized equipment to load and offload cargo and for carrying flammable materials.

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Ford F-100 (1956)

The Ford F-100 (1956) is a second-generation model of the Ford F-Series line of trucks. With a redesigned and integrated body with a larger ‘wrap-around’ windshield, the 1956 model of the Ford F-100 continues to be an iconic and much sought after classic body form for truck enthusiasts.

The Ford F-100 (1956) has an overall length of 15’9” (4.8 m), wheelbase of 9’2” (2.79 m), a width of 6’3” (1.92 m), and height of 6’3” (1.92 m).

Multiple drawings of the Ford F-100 (1956) truck with dimensions for height, width, and length
The Ford F-100 (1956) is a second-generation model of the Ford F-Series line of trucks with a redesigned and integrated body with a larger ‘wrap-around’ windshield.

The Ford F-100 (1956) has an overall length of 15’9” (4.8 m), wheelbase of 9’2” (2.79 m), a width of 6’3” (1.92 m), and height of 6’3” (1.92 m).

Multiple drawings of the Ford F-100 (1956) truck with dimensions for height, width, and length
Ford F-150 (2015)

The Ford F-150 (2015) is part of Ford’s current thirteenth-generation pickup truck F-Series lineup. In production since 2014, the latest generation of F-150 trucks are the first in the F-Series to adopt an aluminum body to reduce overall weight and increase fuel economy. The Ford F-150 is the best selling vehicle in the US.

The Ford F-150 (2015) has an overall length of 19’4” (5.89 m), wheelbase of 12’5” (3.78 m), a width of 6’8” (2.03 m), and height of 6’ 3.5” (1.92 m).

Collection of drawings of the Ford F-150 (2015) illustrated in front, side, back and plan views with dimensions
The Ford F-150 (2015) is part of Ford’s current thirteenth-generation pickup truck F-Series lineup. In production since 2014, the latest generation of F-150 trucks are the first in the F-Series to adopt an aluminum body to reduce overall weight and increase fuel economy.

The Ford F-150 (2015) has an overall length of 19’4” (5.89 m), wheelbase of 12’5” (3.78 m), a width of 6’8” (2.03 m), and height of 6’ 3.5” (1.92 m).

Collection of drawings of the Ford F-150 (2015) illustrated in front, side, back and plan views with dimensions
Ford F-100 (1976)

The Ford F-100 (1976) is a sixth-generation medium-duty pickup truck model of the Ford F-Series. Produced from 1972 to 1979, the sixth-generation line of F-Series trucks are known for their box-like forms and Ford’s use of extremely durable body panels that combined galvanized sheet metal, zinc coated steel and primer and fender liners to fight off corrosion. The sixth-generation was the first to introduce the Supercab body design for additional passengers and is the first generation to introduce the F-150 model.

The Ford F-100 (1976) has an overall length of 16’ (4.88 m), wheelbase of 10’4” (3.15 m), a width of 6’5” (1.95 m), and height of 5’11” (1.8 m).

Dimensioned drawings of a Ford F-100 (1976) truck measured with height, length, and width
The Ford F-100 (1976) is a sixth-generation medium-duty pickup truck model of the Ford F-Series that was produced from 1972-1979.

The Ford F-100 (1976) has an overall length of 16’ (4.88 m), wheelbase of 10’4” (3.15 m), a width of 6’5” (1.95 m), and height of 5’11” (1.8 m).

Dimensioned drawings of a Ford F-100 (1976) truck measured with height, length, and width
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