1977 Ford F-100 Specifications

by James Nalley
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The F-Series is a line of full-size pickup trucks introduced by Ford in 1948. The 1977 F-100, a sixth-generation 1/2-ton model, came in rear- and four-wheel drive with four-speed manual and three-speed automatic transmissions. It could seat up to three passengers.


The 1977 F-100 included a 4.1-liter, in-line-six engine that produced 111 horsepower with up to 155-foot-lbs. of torque. It had a 3.71-inch bore and a 3.94-inch stroke.

Steering and Weight

The 1977 F-100 included ball-type steering and a wheelbase of 118 inches. It had a gross vehicle weight of 6,094 lbs. and a curb weight of 3,542 lbs.

Dimensions and Fuel Capacity

The dimensions of the 1977 F-100 included a height of 71.3 inches, a length of 196.6 inches and a width of 77.8 inches. Its fuel tank could hold up to 20 gallons of leaded gasoline.

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