An old Ford F100 is a great truck for hauling hay, cruising main street, or lowering property values in your local subdevelopment. But how is it at autocross?
This 1969 Ford F-100 looks built, but reserved. Especially for a corporate-sponsored custom car. Until you open the hood and peel back the completely re-engineered independent suspension. Or of course, hear it start. You really need to hear it start.
Everybody knows autocrossing a pickup truck is the most fun you can have with lateral g-forces three feet off the ground. Oh, you didn't know that? Better take a ride in this classic F-100 pickup and see what it's all about then.
Body-on-frame construction gives customizers free range to do all kinds of wacky things; like turn a truck "backwards" so the driver looks out across the bed and the rear wheels do the steering. Who would do something like that? Apparently, this guy named Roy.
Like many of us, teenager Matt Perry worked his ass off at crappy jobs to buy his first truck— this beautiful 1965 Ford F-100. But the Wildwood, Missouri subdivision he lives in does not share our appreciation for pickups. In fact, they've made it a fineable offense to park them outside.
Although PickupTrucks.com broke the story, the bastions of the mainstream car news and rumors at Automotive News has further confirmation this morning we should be expecting to see a smaller-than-F-150 pickup truck built on the F-150 platform sometime in the 2011 calendar year. Although AN's not confirming the name…