1953 Ford F-250
The F-250 name first appeared on a Ford in 1953. Prior to that, between 1948 and 1952, the F-2 name was used to designate the three-quarter-ton models. You could in 1953 drive off from a Ford dealership in a brand-new truck identical to this one for $1,450, which seems absolutely incredible to us today.
This model was powered by Ford's famous flathead V8 engine, a powerplant that set the standard when it first hit the market in 1932. Its power output with this model was 106 horsepower.
Asking price: $21,900.
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