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2008 Ford F-150 60th Anniversary 2WD SuperCab 145

2008 Ford F-150
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Rear Wheel Drive, Supercab 6.5' Styleside
14 mpg city / 19 mpg hwy
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2008 Ford F-150

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SVT fans rejoice! A new Ford super-truck is coming this fall – Filed under: Trucks/Pickups, Ford2004 SVT Lightning ConceptIt's been several years since Ford last offered a Lightning version of its F-150 pickup truck but it looks like it will soon strike again. In spite of plummeting sales of big trucks, a high-p Source:

Ford to market F-150 as a work truck – Filed under: Trucks/Pickups, Marketing/Advertising, FordThe reality of $4 per gallon gasoline coupled with a major slowdown in construction work has conspired to put the US truck market in a world of hurt. Ford has already postponed the launch of the Source:

VIDEO: Ford F-150 hybrid pick up truck gets 41 mpg – Filed under: Emerging Technologies, EV/Plug-in, Hybrid, Ford, USAPick up trucks seem to be vehicles that are ripe for fuel economy improvements. GM didn't do so bad with 40 percent city-driving gains made with their Silverado dual-mode hybrid but it' Source:

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SEMA 2008 Preview: PML Flightlink to show Ford F-150 PHEV – Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Hybrid, Ford, SEMA ShowPML Flightlink, makers of the 640-horsepower electric MINI from 2006, is headed to SEMA this year with a new concept vehicle to display. Based on a full-size Ford pickup truck, it would be hard to come Source:

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