1990 Ford F350 Custom Crew Cab Dually Diesel.

August 13, 2012

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1990 Ford F-350 Custom Crew Cab Dually Diesel.
 1990 Ford F-350 Custom Crew Cab Dually Diesel.
 1990 Ford F-350 Custom Crew Cab Dually Diesel.

10 comments:

Tony Piff said...

because more is more.

opc extended family reprezent!

Larry said...

Needs a landscaping company sign on the door.

great white tiburon said...

never really realized how massively long the crew cab dually's were until this pic, but I do love a good dually. I can't help but think that driving this thing would be like driving a limo, It looks as if it spans the length of two small cars.

joey said...

Dually tag?

Anonymous said...

its before PEUGEOT starts making diesel engines for FORD.still good but not as long lasting the ones built after 1998(the year PEUGEOT started making engines for FORD)i have got one pick up with over 340 k miles on it&still no burning oil.amazingly tough trucks.

Anonymous said...

i have a '94 dually diesel with 280k on the clock. runs like a tank.

Justin said...

This gen of F-series is pretty rare to see in dually form.
Love the patina, and the fact it's being used for work.

Sam said...

You guys are brilliant for showcasing this thing.

This generation F-series was also short lived, lasting only from 1987 to 1991.

Frankster said...

Actually, this generation of F-series lasted quite long, from '80-'96 for 1/2 tons, and until '97 for 3/4 and one tons. Completely new body and frame in 1980, front parking lights become amber instead of white in 1981, also grill is black instead of argent from '80. 1982 saw a new grille and the appearance of the company-wide "Blue Oval". 1981 was the end of Custom/Ranger/and RangerXLT trim names, replaced by base/XL/XLT/and Lariat trim names. 1985 saw slightly different side moldings, step bumper, and tailgate trimming. 1987 was basically same cab and frame, but a complete new front clip, slightly different creasing over rear wheel arches, smoother taillights, differently stamped tailgate, and a completely new dashboard and door panels. 1992 saw a new front clip again, but that's it. Of course, there were changes in trim, colors, hubcaps and wheels, diesel engines, and assorted hardware throughout the model run, but it was the same cab and frame for 17-18 years. These trucks were the end of the line for the venerable straight 6, 302, 351, and 460 V8's. The 1/2 tons were completely changed in 1997 (powertrains also). The heavier duty trucks were all-new in 1999 as Super-Duty's, completely different from the 1/2 tons. 1998's don't exist except as a light duty F-250 in F-150 styling, later called the 7700 option package on F-150's (denotes the GVWR).

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