This article needs attention from an expert in Transport or Trucks. The exception was , which bought most of the major cab stampings from Budd and assembled them itself on a floor pan of its own design. While the Cargo was largely intended to replace the C-Series, the popularity of the C-Series in niche applications led to both model lines marketed concurrently through the end of the 1980s. In 1986, Ford began phasing in the Ford Cargo in North America, serving as its replacement after the 1990 model year. After 33 model years with only minor changes, the final C-Series trucks were built in 1990.
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Another option included a small sleeper cab. The C-series was also used as a basis for production. Diesel-engined trucks included an extra zero in the model designations i. Other truck manufacturers had to obtain Ford approval before purchasing it. In 1981, the was introduced by as its largest truck line. The year 1974 was the last for the cog-and-lightning bolt crest that graced the front of the trucks from the beginning, and other Ford trucks since the 1950s.
Produced for 33 years nearly unchanged with the exception of its powertrain , the C-series was the longest-produced commercial truck in North America at the time of its withdrawal; only the 39 years and 59 years; still in production have remained in production longer. At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Ford F350 emblems to ensure that you have every emblem option available to you. Every Genuine Original Ford Factory Part is sourced directly from our extensive inventory of Ford Parts. That same year, Ford decided to add this insignia on the doors of the C series, as well. But the exact timing of the launch is undecided. In the 1980s, as Ford began adding its blue oval logo to all models; it was added to the C series in 1984.
Models consisted of the C-500, C-600, C-700, C-750, C-800, C-850 and C-900. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Ford F350 emblems, so that whether you are looking for a custom Ford F350 emblem or a grille emblem or anything in between, we've got it for you. This was helpful for fire departments, which wanted to use the extra headlight bezels for emergency flashers, an option that was offered exclusively to fire, and other emergency vehicles after 1960. In Canada, the Thibault fire truck manufacturer of Pierreville, Quebec, also used C-series parts for their Custom i. For 1953, they were redesignated the C series, but largely remained modified F-series trucks.
At least four truck makers used the Ford C-series tilt cab. This insignia was used until 1967. In 1961, Ford reverted to the single headlight design; the regular C-series cab closely resembled the 1957 version. Unlike the Ford F series, which removed them for 1973, the C series would retain them until the end of production in 1990. After 1972, the Canadian Mercury version of the C series was discontinued, becoming the last Mercury truck until the 1993 Mercury Villager.
We provide Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, as well as Ford Motorcraft and Authentic B lue Diamond Replacement Parts. Doing so ensures that you ordered the exact correct Ford Part Numbers that your vehicle came from the Ford Factory with. . Named the H series, this version placed the cab much higher on the chassis; instead of being placed underneath the drivers' seat, the front axle was moved forward, directly underneath the driver. Mon, 20 Dec 2010 00:00:00 -0800 Kia plans to replace its slow-selling Amanti sedan this year--close on the heels of the similarly sized, redesigned Optima sedan now being rolled out. However, the C-series cab was designed by Ford, tooled at its own expense and built by the Budd Company to Ford Motor Company specifications.
Variations of this emblem were found on many other Ford trucks during the 1950s and into the 1960s. The C series held onto this logo the longest. The cab cutouts for the C-series front wheels were turned into underfloor toolboxes and luggage space. The Amanti replacement, tentatively called the Cadenza, had been expected in April. With the higher placement of the cab, space was available for a larger grille, shared with the N-series conventional trucks.