It's the iconic truck that started it all, but how much do you know about Ford trucks? In this quiz, we'll explore the history, the power and the innovation. Get your engines rolling.
The F-Series trucks are all full-size pickups. This includes the Ford Super Duty trucks.
That iconic blue oval is the image of Ford trucks. It is one of the most recognizable auto emblems in the world.
Ford has been supplying one-ton trucks since 1917. The F-Series truck was introduced in 1948.
The first-generation F-Series truck was in production for five years. The Ford Bonus-Built was available from 1948-1952.
A Chevy display was hauled into the Texas State Fair by a Ford SuperDuty. Just goes to show how powerful a Ford truck is.
These were all Ford factory special-edition pickups. The list also includes Chip Foose.
The Lincoln Blackwood was a combo of the F-150 and the Lincoln Navigator. It was produced in 2002 and 2003.
Ford first offered a truck equipped to handle the extra weight of a camper in the 1960s. This required a stronger suspension.
The F-150 is considered one of the most popular and recognizable trucks in the Ford family. Ford trucks have been popular for six decades.
The Ford F-150 has been the top-selling vehicle in the U.S. for over 30 years. It has been the best-selling truck in the U.S. since its launch.
The original F-Series was called the Ford Bonus-Built. The truck was rolled out in 1948.
The F-1, F-2, and F-3 became the F-100 and other three-digit numbers in the second generation of Ford trucks. They just made their numbers larger!
The SVT Raptor was introduced in 2010. It was designed for off-road adventures.
Ford is definitely one of the oldest car manufacturers. They began rolling out cars over 100 years ago, and they haven't stopped since.
Ford is not only a family-owned company, but it's the second largest in the world. Henry Ford's great-grandson, William Clay Ford Jr., took over the business.
The first Ford cost a meagre $850. The car was sold to Dr. Pfennig in 1903.
The first Ford was known as a Model A. It had a 2-cylinder engine and could reach 30 mph.
The F-Series got a seventh-generation overhaul in the '80s. There were new design features, and the truck sported a new appearance and make.
William Clay Ford Jr. owns the first Ford ever sold. The truck was sold in 1903, and we'd imagine it's worth a lot these days.
Henry Ford and Thomas Edison were lifelong friends. Henry Ford actually had a test tube that contained Edison's last breath. Literally.
Henry Ford was marvelous to his employees. He started the $5-a-day salary. This was accompanied by shorter hours and company profit-sharing.
Ford introduced the Mustang in 1964. A huge lot of mini Mustangs were created for children that very year.
To take a Ford Mustang to the top of the Empire State Building, they had to break it up into six pieces. Then, they hauled the pieces up the elevator.
Jim Morrison, Doors frontman, only ever owned a Ford. It was a 1967 Shelby GT 500.
President Gerald Ford is famous for saying, “I’m a Ford, not a Lincoln." This was a reference to his governing style and a play on words.
The famous Ford blue oval was not introduced until 4 years after the company started production. What took them so long?
There most certainly is another F-Series coming out in 2018. The original F-Series was rolled out in 1948.
The Model T literally put cars at the center of American culture. But in retrospect, the F-Series is just as important.
The Model T was in production for 19 glorious years. There were 15 million Model Ts sold.
The Model T really didn't change much during its production run. It's the F-Series that went through a lot of different incarnations.
Starting in 1959, enthusiasts could order an F-100 with four-wheel drive from the factory. Before that, they would have to do the conversion themselves.
In 1948, you could get your F-Series equipped with a straight-six or a Flathead V-8. With Chevy and Dodge, straight-six was the only option.
Gene Simmons ordered a custom F-100/Shelby GT500 hybrid. The shiny gray vehicle called Snakebit sold for $450,000 in 2014.
Between the F-100 and the F-150, 22 years passed. The F-100 was introduced in 1953 (from the F-1) and the F-150 was introduced in 1975.
F-100 became a thing of the past in 1983. This was in part due to the huge popularity of the F-150 at that time.