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Background and Identification

With the 1987 model refresh, the Ford F-Series became the first truck to feature standard rear antilock brakes.

In addition to the F-150, F-250, and F-350, Ford also offered the F-Super Duty, essentially a cab/chassis-only version of the F-450 that could accommodate a range of aftermarket truck beds depending on its intended use.

Engine options ranged from a 4.9 L straight six to various gas and diesel powered V8s. Trim packages included the XL, XLT, XLT Lariat, and the "Nite" edition.

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