October 6, 2018
This 1952 Ford F-1 was seen this past June in Kennebunkport, Maine, just a short 15-minute walk away from Bufflehead Cove, the bed & breakfast we stayed at in Kennebunk. (But did I walk to get this photo? No, Lol…) This would the final year for this design before the completely re-done 1953 Ford F-Series debuted. In 1952, Ford pickups were: F-1 (half-ton), F-2 and F-3 (3/4-ton), and F-4 (one-ton); for 1953 the names changed to a system we’re more familiar with today: F-100 (half-ton), F-250 (3/4-ton), and F-350 (one-ton). The F-150 name came about in 1975, and totally replaced the F-100 for 1984.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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