Everybody's got one. But the stories that come from those who own a Ford just happen to be a little more interesting. Maybe we're partial, but we know what we like. And we like to hear from each other about our driving experiences. So we can laugh, learn, let it out, and... what else? You tell us.
I purchased my F-150 new in Feburary 2005. I have drivien my truck almost everyday since. I wanted to post this just to let everyone how well my truck is doing. I have done very lillte work to my truck, just Tires, Brakes, and a few Oil changes. I now have over 300,000 miles on my truck. So
Well it all started when i was 12 years old my parents brought home a new 1999 F-150 XLT Triton V8 Wedge-wood blue truck. I fell in love with the ford truck, it was like love at first sight. Then in 2002 my parents got a new 2002 Ford Ranger Edge Black. They traded in the F150 for the ranger. It
Our 2008 F450 Super Duty is a fantastic hauler. "Grunt" pulls out 16,500 lbs. 5th Wheel coach up and down the mountains all over North America. We have pulled our coach over 60,000 miles from coast to coast. We love out truck and trailer very much and how it enhanses our "Fulltime" RV life style
Hi, my name is Carlos. I just wanted to inform you of my positive experiences I've had with my Ford f-350. It was my steady working truck. I used it to do all sorts of tasks that required heavy duty power. I am forever a Ford truck guy because of the reliability. I will always stick with your brand
I was driving around the other day and I looked down and the odometer on the 97 F-150 said 190,000. I was a bit surprised but apparently the truck wasn't because it kept on going down the road like as if it was new. It may have a few rust spots on it but I would gladly take rust spots ove
A while back i was watching Ice ROad Truckers when they were talking about the ecoboost F 150 and thought they were full of it when they pulled a stuck semi out of the ice with a 4X4 f150 ecoboost.. well a couple of weeks ago a buddy of mine ran their winnebago motorhome out of gas on the hill out
Six years ago I purchesed my 94 Lightning from a friend. He was the second owner and the first owner was a Ford Tech. I too, am a former Ford Tech and I've owned over 10 different Ford vehicles. However this one just turned 190K and has a lot to go!!!
my truck has 392.000 miles on it and it runs like brand new. Just change the oil regulerly and do P.Ms all the time will never sell my truck i love it. I dont care what people say but Ford makes a great truck of course im talking about the 7.3 liter turbo diesel.
I sold my E350 , 2002, in last February, 399 000 km ,It was the best truck i have,Original transmission,fuel pump, Never get broke on the road,
18/liters / 100 Km. No rattles inside,A very good Truck,Every things on it still works good,
I recently bought my first Ford F150 this summer and at the suggestion of the dealer I decided on the 3.5L V6 EcoBoost…and I'm glad I did. With only about 4000 miles on the engine and an, as yet unmarred, new paintjob, my Dad, two friends and I decided to take the F150 on a hunting trip into Col
I remember the day I turned 16 I received the Keys to my used 1996 Ford Ranger Splash, single cab, powered by the 4.0 V6.
I put a sound system in it, rubber bed mat with the Ford Oval in the middle, 17in Cobra R wheels and 255x45x17 BFG Tires all the way around, 2in Drop Eibach Racing Springs up
just wanted to say,i was a proud owner of a 1990 Ford F-150,till an auto accident last week that unfortunately "totaled" out my truck (well,according to the insurance company).very saddened considering i loved the truck,was a great truck,had over 450,000 miles on it,and it still had many more to g
I am writing this story while sitting beside my mother's hospital bed. On August 30, 2011 another car veered into my mother's lane and she had a head on collision. The doctors in the emergency room told me she would be dead if she wasn't driving such a big truck. What makes her story more amazin
It is no small matter that I write to you today. My love of the F150 is deep and true. Many fights have ensued between myself and those who dare to, in any way speak of the Ford F150 in a derogatory manner. I have loved the F150 since I was very young. I have driven Ford trucks all my life. I can an
TED’S FORD RANGER
Well I figure I’ve just about got as many Ford truck stories as anyone. My Dad and Grandpa always had Ford trucks. I have driven a Ford truck most of my life. I had a factory made 1949 Ford truck, a modified 1956 hot rod Ford truck when I was 16, Club Cab Ford in the la
I recently took delivery of my new F150, new Ford #16 for me. The other day I was getting my 1985 Mustang GT ready for winter storage and I realized that both the Mustang and the F150 are powered by 5.0L engines identified in the VIN (vehicle identification number) by the letter F. It's amazing h
On January 1, 2009, my dear father Luke Geraghty passed away. I loved him so very dearly. Since his passing I have come to realize how many of his mannerisms and personality traits are in me. I was fortunate to be so loved and connected to my father, a man whom I consider one of my greatest teachers
I recieved "Della" from my father. He bought it will 19k miles and i got it with a little over 100k on it. Now she has 311k miles and going strong. Della is a 2002 F150 4x4 Supercrew and is SHOWROOM ready. No tears or rips in the leather. 4x4 still works great. A/C still blows snowballs and she i
My Grandpa baught a 1994 Ford Ranger splash 4.0 V6 in 2003 to escort mobile homes with and 4 years ago he couldnt do it any more becaulse of health reasons. When he baught it it had 100,000 miles give or take a fue 4 years ago the odomiter read 510,026 That truck is still running today and will be
Back in early 2005, I returned from an 18 month deployment to Iraq. Upon my return, my wonderful Wife bought me the nicest truck I have ever had. To this day I would still get compliments on how nice a truck it is. A nearly new 2003 Bright red F150 FX4. Since then, the only thing I've had to do to
I am the original and only owner of this 2000 Ford Ranger, 4.0 V6, 5 speed overdrive. On September 5, 2011, while driving through Tarrant City,Alabama, This truck had been driven 250,000 miles. I have put every mile on it myself.
My Father was a mechanic for a dou racing team who raced stock cars in the south end in Columbus,Ohio. He also drove Fords all his life and said if you want a true vehicle buy a Ford.Today I am one of 3 of his sons and 2 of his sons do drive Fords my brother drives a Ford 1999 F250 4x4 and I own a 2
I had a customer who bought a 2010 Transit and loved it. So I bought a 2011 and love it too. Holds a ton of gear, fun to drive, extremely well thought out. Good on fuel and HANDY. I waited years for a Euro sized van and it finally arrived. Kudos to Ford.
Back in june the family went on a fishing/hiking trip up in the mountains. The boys and I decided to for a little hike up on Independance mountain. There is a logging road that goes all the way to the top. Very nice weather road was dry for the most part but had some spots from run off that was m