Ford F-100 (1976)

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. 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).

How big is the Ford F-100 (1976)?
The Ford F-100 (1976) has a length of 16’ | 4.88 m, wheelbase of 10’4” | 3.15 m, width of 6’5” | 1.95 m, and height of 5’11” | 1.8 m.
What generation model is the Ford F-100 (1976)?
The 1976 Ford F-100 is a sixth-generation model of the Ford F-Series. The sixth-generation was in production from 1972 to 1979.
How much does the Ford F-100 (1976) weigh?

The Ford F-100 (1976) has a base weight of 3,968 lb | 1,800 kg.


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5’11” | 1.8 m
6’5” | 1.95 m
16’ | 4.88 m
3,968 lb | 1,800 kg

Wheelbase: 10’4” | 3.15 m



Drawings include:
Ford F-100 (1976) side elevation, front, back, plan

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Pickup Trucks, or light-duty trucks, are a class of consumer vehicle characterized by an enclosed front cab with an open cargo area on the back. Although they were originally designed for their powerful working capabilities, the pickup truck today is commonly purchased as a lifestyle choice.