Ford’s F-series trucks got their literal start for the 1948 model year with the F-1 being the standard bearer of the line-up and then the F-2, 3, 4, and all the way up to F-8 for the largest ones. The F-2 had a GVWR of 5,700 pounds and was essentially a light-duty 3/4 ton truck, with the F-3 being a heavier duty version of the same but still nominally considered a 3/4 ton. F-2 and F-3 both had the 8-foot bed while the F-1 had a 6.5 foot bed. They were produced through 1952, however the grille was changed significantly for the 1951 model year. I’ll let you walk around it by yourself now while I just quietly wait over here. Take your time.
– Posted on February 21, 2021