38: 1967-1977.5 Ford F-250 “Highboy”
Long before there was “Big Foot” the monster truck, there was another tall Ford oozing attitude. That was the 1967-1977.5 Ford F-250 “Highboy.” This unique creation was the bulldozer before bulldozers even existed, and we have to wonder what the automaker was thinking. The most common problems for this generation of the Ford pickup truck were electrical shorts. Some of these resulted from a ground that was installed to the front fender. This problem is just one of many that would cause owners frustration in trying to rectify the problem.
These trucks could have 35-inch tires mounted without the need for a lift kit. This was appealing to a lot of people who enjoyed going offroad. But the reliability of the truck was questionable and the upkeep would be very expensive. You can expect to spend hundreds of dollars keeping the suspension in working order. Other than that, the 1967-1977.5 Ford F-250 “Highboy” was an interesting concept.