1975 Ford F-250 Specsby James Nalley
Ford Motor Company first introduced the F-Series line of full-size pick-up trucks in 1948. The 1975 F-250 was a sixth-generation three-quarter ton model available with four- or five-speed manual transmission and a seating capacity for up to three passengers.
The 1975 F-250 included a 5.8L, V8 rear-wheel-drive engine that produced 217 horsepower with up to 316-foot-pounds of torque. With a displacement of 5,766cc, it also included a 4.03-inch bore and a 3.53-inch stroke with a compression ratio of 9.1-to-1.
Steering and Brakes
The 1975 F-250 included ball-type steering with a turning circle of 50.68 feet, a wheelbase of 134.1 inches, a front track of 66.1 inches and a rear track of 65.4 inches. It also included disc brakes in the front with drum brakes in the rear.
The dimensions of the 1975 F-250 included a height of 72.6 inches, a length of 212.8 inches and a width of 80.3 inches. It also offered a gross vehicle weight of 7,590 pounds with a curb weight of 4,255 pounds.
The 1975 F-250 included a fuel capacity of up to 20 gallons of leaded gasoline. It also offered a towing capacity of up to 4,400 pounds.
James Nalley is a full-time travel journalist whose work has been published in more than 100 magazines, journals and websites. He is also the Topic Editor and Feature Writer for the Latin America and Caribbean Travel section of a prominent website in Canada. Nalley holds a Doctor of Philosophy in music and literature from the University of Rochester.