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goes back to 1951.
Ford trucks received a number of revisions for 1951. Restyled for the first time since their 1948 debut, Ford’s F-Series received modified front fenders, grille cavity, and grille. Also changed were the hoods and cabs, along with the dashboard and rear window, which was now substantially larger for better visibility.
Also for 1951 — and for the first time since the late 1930s — Ford offered truck buyers two levels of cab trim: the standard Five Star Cab and the deluxe Five Star Extra Cab. The latter came with such niceties as foam seat padding, extra sound-deadening material, bright metal trim around the windshield and vent windows, an argent-finished grille bar, locks and armrests on both doors, two-toned seat upholstery, a dome light, and twin horns.
Pickup beds now had a wood floor rather than steel, and note the larger rear window that accompanied the 1951 redesign. As advertised on its nose, this truck carries Ford’s 239-cubic-inch flathead V-8, still rated at 100 horsepower.
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