The Ford F-100 Pick-up 1978 is an iconic piece of American automotive history. It was the last of the classic, body-on-frame, rear-wheel drive, full-size pickup trucks from the 1970s, and was the first model to introduce the wide-bodied design. The design was part of the larger "aero look" initiative from Ford, but in keeping with the pickup truck heritage, the F-100 kept its roots with a squared body-style and dependable mechanical systems. The Ford F-100 was designed to be a dependable and durable workhorse. It was powered by either a 240 cubic inch inline-six cylinder engine, 302 cubic inch V8 or 351 cubic inch V8. All engines were tailored to offer a good blend of power and efficiency; they were reliable as well. The V8-powered F-100s had optional transmissions such as a 3-speed cruise-o-matic automatic or a 4-speed transmission with a transfer case for 4-wheel drive. The suspension was a coil-spring setup, which offered a much smoother ride than the original leaf-spring system. The 1978 F-100 Pick-up truck was comfortable too. Inside the cab, Ford installed plush fabric seating with vinyl trim as well as optional air conditioning and a powerful AM/FM stereo system. The exterior was equipped with a choice of full-size or small wheelbase pickup beds, as well as wraparound bumpers and side mirrors. To finish off the retro look, the F-100 was available with chrome accents, wooden trim and a variety of distinctive colour schemes. The Ford F-100 Pick-up 1978 provided owners with an iconic piece of Americana at a relatively affordable price. The pickup was reliable, powerful and versatile and still retains a certain rear-wheel drive charm. Even today, the F-100 looks as stylish and timeless as ever, and will no doubt be a collector's item for years to come.
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