The seventh generation of the Ford F-150 is one of the most iconic cars of the American culture of the 80s. Presented in 1980, this 7th gen has a totally renewed aesthetic compared to that of its predecessor, since simpler and more modern lines have been adopted. The chassis itself was re-engineered from scratch. In addition to being more aerodynamic, this generation is also more economical in consumption, thanks to the adoption of engines with lower displacement, but with more than adequate performance. Thus, various Windsor V8 engines with variable power from 115 to 210HP were adopted, as well as 6-cylinder in-line models including, starting from 1983, a diesel variant. As regards the rest, it is a simple vehicle, designed to work well as a versatile everyday pick-up and to be sold to a very large audience segment. Its production ended in 1986, the year in which the eighth generation of the F-150 was introduced.
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🏎️ Ford F-150 VII
🛠️ Windsor V8 4.2 279NM 115HP
💶 No longer on sale
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