Ford F100 Specifications

by John London

The Ford F-100 is a full-size pickup manufactured by the Ford Motor Company. In the United States, the vehicle was produced over many generations from 1953 to 1983. However, it continued to be sold in other countries, notably Australia, till 1987. The 1987 Ford F-100 was equipped with a 4.9-liter six-cylinder engine.

Drivetrain

The 1987 Ford F-100 came with a 4,940cc six-cylinder engine capable of delivering 165 horsepower and maximum torque of 275 pound-feet. The engine's cylinders were inline, with 4-inch bores, 3-inch strokes and a 9.0-to-1 compression ratio. The pickup is a rear-wheel-drive vehicle. It came with a three-speed automatic transmission.

Physical Measurements and Capacities

The 1987 Ford F-100 was 192.09 inches long, 77.16 inches wide and 70.47 inches high. The wheelbase measured 116.81 inches. The front track was 65.11 inches wide, while the rear track measured 64.40 inches.The vehicle's curb weight was 6085.2 pounds.The 1987 Ford F-100 was rated to tow up to 3,960 pounds.

Other Specifications

The 1987 F-100 came with power-assisted steering and was equipped with disc front brakes and drum rear brakes. The 1987 Ford F-100 was a two-door pickup with seating for up to three people.