Ford's F-Series trucks were restyled for the 1967 model year, although the extra-heavy-duty models still used the earlier 1961-1966 cab and front sheetmetal. New styling also graced the Ford Ranchero, which took on the look of Ford's intermediate Fairlane.
Although similar from the windshield back to the 1966 version, the 1967 Ford Ranchero sported the front styling of the Ford Fairlane rather than the Falcon, which brought vertically stacked headlights. Newly optional was Ford's 390-cubic-inch V-8 engine with up to 320 horsepower.
Ford's 1967 medium-duty trucks adopted the cab and hood of the redesigned 1967 light-duty pickup trucks, but they got flared front fenders to accommodate a wider track, as shown on this F-600 Stake Bed.
Few changes marked the 1967 Ford W-Series trucks, represented here by a W-1000-D. Actually, the "-D" wasn't really needed to denote "Diesel," as all W-Series trucks were oil-burners.A new Ford president overshadowed Ford's mostly minor changes to its 1968 truck line. Learn more on the next page.
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