Synopses & Reviews
As American as baseball and apple pie, the Ford pickup has been a hard-working American fixture for nearly one hundred years. Those years of trucking roll out in the pages of this book, which celebrates generations of Ford pickups in photographs and anecdotes, historical images, trivia, and technical details.
From the old TTs and flatbeds to all the classic F-series, these are the trucks that have kept America moving.
“Decade by decade, Mueller gives a colorful guided tour of the main models of Ford trucks, from the earliest T-based 1925s to the bling and bulky attitude of the present. The short history for each decade is fact-packed and just long enough to keep all of the color photos from banging together, a Whitman Sampler of trucks.” – Mark Wigginton, Sports Car Market.
This book presents the Ford pickup's nearly 100 yearsfrom the old TTs and flatbeds to the classic F-seriesin photographs and anecdotes, historical images, trivia, and technical details.
About the Author
Automotive writer and photographer Mike Mueller has held staff positions with Automobile Quarterly, Corvette Fever, Muscle Car Review, and Mustang Monthly, among others. He has worked as a freelance motor journalist since 1991. A lifetime car enthusiast, Mueller has written and contributed to more than 50 automotive books, including Motorbooks’ The Complete Book of Corvette and The Complete Book of Mustang. He resides in Kennesaw, Georgia.