In 1976 America celebrated its bicentennial, Gerald Ford was president and a man named Bill bought a brand new Ford F100. Ford Motor Company ramped up production across its 13 factories and sold 1,003,610 other trucks throughout 1976, nearly setting a model-year sales record. Out of those trucks produced, 225,154 were F100’s and 30% of those were built with the same power plant as mine. My truck rolled off the assembly line in Ontario with a 4.9l 300ci 6 cylinder coupled with a three speed manual transmission and manual steering. The only option the truck came with was an FM radio. Continue Reading