Ford just announced a new version of some of the vehicles that are most likely to affect our lives while being the least likely ones we'll get to drive: the medium duty commercial work trucks F-650 and F-750. Without them we'd drown in our own garbage while desperately wondering why there isn't any beer or Chex Mix to… »
What do you do when you realize your dirt bike racing son has forgotten his lucky scarf? Hop in your 1972 Ford truck and hit the racetrack to chase little Alfie down with no regard for his fellow racers, of course. This is exactly what the mother featured in this vintage Ford advertisement decided to do, resulting… »
Our gratuitous burnout ripping the tires to shreds demonstrates this ROUSH F-150 burns petroleum-based rubber. However, this very special pickup doesn't fuel up with pedestrian dinosaur juices like gas or diesel. Instead, it's powered fully by propane, the same thing powering a backyard grill.
Ford has announced that the redesigned 2009 F-150 pickup will have best-in-class towing capacity of 11,300 pounds, up 300 pounds from the 2008 model, according to PickupTrucks.com. The weight rating is 500 pounds greater than that found on its nearest competitor, the Toyota Tundra, and marks an important competitive… »
Ford's "Raptor", the road-ready yet also apparently ready-for-Baja racer version of the 2009 Ford F-150 has been spotted not utilizing its big ol' suspension and tires. Some are suggesting the truck's future may be in jeopardy, what with above-four-dollar gas and all. But it would be something of a shame if this never… »
The first thought that comes to mind when taking a step back to look at the Geiger F650 is that this mechanical monstrosity is gonna be mighty thirsty for fuel. While it may not be powered by mere petrol, keep in mind that in most places diesel fuel actually costs more nowadays. Sure, you get over 737 lb-ft of torque… »