The rear truck top can be removed on this model
The sixth generation of the Ford F-Series is a line of pickup trucks and medium-duty commercial trucks that were produced by Ford Motor Company from the 1973 to 1979 model years. Produced by Ford in North America, Argentina, and Australia, this is the third and final generation of trucks derived from the 1965 Ford F-Series.
This generation marks the introduction of the F-150 and the SuperCab extended-cab body. Introduced in 1975, the F-150 would ultimately replace the F-100, becoming the most popular version of the F-Series. After several years of delays, the second generation of the Ford Bronco was released (as a shortened version of the F-100).
In 1977, the Ford F-Series became the best-selling truck in the United States, a position it has held ever since.