The Ford F-series saw a lot of new changes in 1973. Now the trucks could be identified by the F-series emblem that was placed slightly below the groove between the door and front tire opening. The long 2 ½ in wide rear leaf springs and the popular Twin-I-Beam independent front suspension was also still available. A new simplified box construction utilizing a single strong sheet of steel, made the inside panel, wheelhouse and part of the floor one solid piece.
The F250 carried most of the same features as the F100 but included power brakes, plus the pickup box featured strong, double-walled side panel construction. For only $575 more, the truck could come in a 4x4 version. In 1973, the F350 was available only with the Styleside box which was similar in construction to the F250 but was more heavy-duty.
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