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1977 Ford F-150 Overview
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Ford's popular F-150 half-ton pickup came with a new engine option for the 1977 model year. For the first time, the 77 F150 was available with a Cleveland V-8, as well as the FE, 385, and Windsor V8 (and straight-6 choices) previously offered. The beefed-up Cleveland block provided tremendous power, but at the cost of fuel economy, so the big-mill honeymoon would only last until 1979.
The 1977 F-150 came in Custom, Sport, Ranger, and Ranger XLT trims, with a supercab extended crewcab option for styleside models, as well as flareside 4-door and 2-door configurations. Rugged and tough, the 77 F-150 has the grit to go off-road, and the muscle and durability to do workhorse duty on a ranch or farm. Like most entries in Ford's F-series, this vintage beauty is a lasting favorite with tuners.
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1977 Ford F 150
Just curious what a 1977 Ford F 150 with 79000 original miles is worth. Runs perfect. Original paint, great condition. Parked indoors.
Why Do My Truck Runs For 20mins And Shuts Off?
I took a 5.0 motor out of a 89 ford pick up and put it in a 77 ford. I change the fuel injection back to carburetor is there anything else I need to I but a new extibutor cap and all runs for 20...
I Am Replacing The Instrument Circuit Board. But To Order One I Need To Kn...
I bought a 1977 f-150 custom. Don't have an owners manual. I know this is a dumb question and should know, but I don't. None of the repair manuals mention Warning lights. After laughing any help...
Axles For My 1977 F-150 Xlt 4x4 Manual Tranny
Anyone have any suggestions on best places to look? firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks. John O'
Is There An Overdrive Tranny That Will Swap Onto My 1977 F150 4x4 390 Fe?
would like to swap on a later model standard tranny with overdrive. Truck has the original tranny bolted to a 390 FE. Will something bolt on? Or require an adaptor etc?