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Ford F350

The Detroit Newspapers's view

By Scott Burgess on March 18, 2011

Flipping through the channels late at night, you may have come across that show: The one with huge men in tights tossing 55-gallon drums full of rocks, towing DC9s with their braided back-hair an... Read More
Boston.com's view

By Bill Griffith on December 23, 2010

The questions became predictable after people noticed (and it was hard to miss) today’s test truck, a 2011 Ford F-350 Super Duty crew cab. Does it use a lot of fuel? Is it hard to get in a... Read More
washingtonpost.com's view

By Warren Brown on October 22, 2010

You don't understand the meaning of "Ford tough" until you've spent a week climbing in and out of a Ford F-350 Super Duty XLT pickup truck.That's climbing as in "climbing."My heigh... Read More
The Detroit Newspapers's view

By Scott Burgess on July 17, 2010

I'm sorry: Did I just run over your car?That can happen when you drive the 2011 Ford F-350, which makes every other vehicle on the road look like a tin can ready for crushing.It is the most ... Read More
PickupTrucks.com's view

By Dan Carney on January 29, 2007

Ford introduced its latest, burliest Super Duty pickups in a trial by fire and ice. The ice was in the form of a storm that closed south Texas highways and airports, and the fire was courtesy of th... Read More
Our view: 2005 Ford F350

By Jason Stein on May 29, 2005

I have one suggestion for every urban cowboy out there who always wanted to look the part, even if it wasn't always possible to act the part: Check out the Ford F-350 King Ranch.You will never... Read More
The Sacramento Bee's view

By Mark Glover on July 11, 2003

When a massive 2003 Ford F-350 pickup was delivered for a week of testing, I was, well, intimidated. Everything about the F-350 is super-sized ... even its name. From the first second I stepped ... Read More
KansasCity.com's view

By Tom Strongman on May 8, 2001

Three-quarter-ton pickups such as Ford's Super Duties are the Clydesdales of the automotive business. With uncommon strength and pulling power, these brutes earn their keep by working like a... Read More
KansasCity.com's view

By Tom Strongman on May 8, 2001

Three-quarter-ton pickups such as Ford's Super Duties are the Clydesdales of the automotive business. With uncommon strength and pulling power, these brutes earn their keep by working like a... Read More
chicagotribune.com's view

By Jim Mateja on September 6, 1998

Out of the frying pan and . . . No sooner had the car hiker pulled away with the Hummer than another arrived with a Ford F-350 SuperCab Dualie. Hummer, the motorhome-size sport-utility vehicle... Read More
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