The Ford Company has produced and sold full-size pickups of F series for 60 years already.
In 1953, the first generation of the Ford F250 model pickups make way for the F-250 model. Thus, carrying capacity of the first pickups of F series is 0.5 tons, carrying capacity of F-2— three quarters of ton and F-250 have carrying capacity of 750 kilograms, the maximum allowed mass for the pickup is 3.4 tons respectively.
The Ford Company started to produce the eighth generation of Ford F250 in 1987. The design of cars was simplified that did them more convenient in service. The anti-blocking system on back brakes went in a standard complete set, and had been used in pickups for the first time. In 1988 F-250 got a new 5-staged mechanical transmission.
The ninth generation of F-series pickups was appeared in car market in 1992. The new models received updated forward part with higher aerodynamics and new dashboard. In addition, cars were equipped with 17-inch rims and gas shock absorbers.
Since 2004, Ford F250 pickups had had 11 generations. However, today it is known already twelve generations of this car.
The F-250 pickup looks impressively. A massive bumper and front grilles, in particular, make it looks menacing. The body has a streamline shape. The car is based on the P2 platform that was created by designers of the Ford Company.
12 Photos of Ford F250