How Big of a Truck Fan are You?

We’re calling out our Ford Social members to find the most passionate, enthusiastic, over-the-top Ford truck owner in the world. We know that there are plenty of Ford truck fans out there. But are you the biggest Ford truck fan on the planet? It’d be really difficult to figure that sort of thing out…but that won’t stop us from trying! If you think we might be talking about you, Ford Social is asking that show us by submitting Your Story!

You can submit a short video or a picture and a story to prove that you deserve the title. While we look forward to all of the stories and photos, as a special bonus, we’ll send you a Ford Social shirt if submit a video and it’s one of the first 50 entries that is published on Your Stories! Don’t worry about trying to produce an advertising-quality clip: What we’re looking for is the passion of the person in the video.

So what will distinguish you as the biggest Ford truck fan? Maybe you take your truck to tailgate at the local football stadium every single weekend in the fall in rain, snow or sunshine. Or maybe you’ve driven your Ford every single workday for 20 years to the job site, without fail.

We’re looking for stories that will showcase a passionate Ford owner and the truck that they love. We know how much your truck means to you, and this is your opportunity to share your love for Ford trucks with your fellow enthusiasts in the Ford Social community.

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dominic p I own a Ford Ranger regular cab that's very uncomfortable and rides like a horse. Because of this I hate the truck. Other than that it's a fantastic truck. It looks OK, it's reliable and best of all it's bare bones meaning it has no air, manual trans, manual windows and locks, along with tilt/cruise, CD, rear sliding window and cloth seats. I'm not afraid to take this truck anywhere and do anything with it. Ford no longer offers a truck like this anymore so my opinion about Ford trucks is not very high right now. Please bring back a refined (smooth and quiet riding) mid-sized truck with rugged looks that can be ordered bare bones as described above and of course ordered to a luxurious level to satisfy the other truck buyers. Only then will I buy another Ford truck and hopefully regain my passion for Ford trucks.
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Austin S I have 5000 photos of ford trucks!! I love ford!!!
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i joe egner still have my 2000 f-350 crew cab now i have over 413563 miles on it still going strong no motor trouble or trans.yet thanks ford keep up the good work joe
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Richard F Your right I could have never emagened that
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john m i drive a 1999 ford ranger, my wife dris a ford explorer, i like ford's because the ford family still owns it and has something to do with the company, and mainly. because they didn't takke the government bail out's
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William S ok a quick run down on the fords i have owned 1975 ext cab f 150 two 1988 and 1989 escourts a 1990 ford tauruse then a 1978 ford ltd 2 a 1984 f250 a 1990 ford thunderbird a1991 f150 then a ranger 1990 then two ford exporers one 93 one 94 the annother f250 1990 a f250 1983 and finnaly the f150 1991 i am driveing right now cause i love the old ford trucks i will keep driveing theese years untill i cant find anny more parts dont want the new girly cushy crap just a truck its supposed to work !
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Phillip K When someone tells me they got a new car or truck, first thing I ask them is what kind. If it's not a Ford, those are the first words out of my mouth. My family has always been a Ford family. My dad, grandpa, uncles, and myself all drive Ford trucks. I got my Ranger in 2000 brand new off the lot, and I am still driving her today.
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ronald b i bleed ford blue
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Rick I drive an F-150 NOW...but I used to drive a Ranger. One day, I was having problems with my Ranger and I needed a jumpstart. I had coasted into a Shell station. I had cables and I needed a jump. At the pumps were 2 Dodge's and a Chevy but no Ford. I waited for 45 minutes for a Ford to show up at the station and finally got tired of waiting. I called a friend of mine who also drives a Ranger. He came over and gave me a jump and I was on my way! By the way, one of the saddest, most heart-wretching things that I have seen in my life... was a Dodge Tow Truck towing a Ford. It almost killed me to see that. I had to fly my American Flag at half-mast for 3 days after that.
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Tito Acevedo My first truck at 16 was a 1970 econoline 150 with a 351 cm under the hood. I have had other card after but always ended up back in the oval. A 1966 ford bronco. Then a 1990 mustang now I own 2. A 2003 expedition with a 5 inch lift and 35x12.5x18 tires and just picked up a 1994 bronco for my son.
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Gramps L I'm 74 years and have been driving fords all my life. Started with a killer '50 coupe in 1955 and now have an '07 focus for economy, a '99 F250 Super Duty 7.3 Power stroke for the heavy stuff and a '72 F250 Camper special, just because. I've never had serious problems with my fords!
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jon b my ipad screen has the built ford tough logo
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Hunter A I love the F-150s!
2 year(s) ago via
Charley W should be red lol
2 year(s) ago via
Olivia T Nice blue paint...very nice
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