by johnie tyler on Jun 30, 2009 Vehicle: 1990 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat 2dr Extended Cab LB
i bought my 1990 f150 lariat with the 5.8 (351) windser it is the best truck i ever drove has lots of power fully loaded. Everything is stock fixing to put a throtle body spacer and cold air intake on in. Truck is quick at getting to speed and great for pulling boats and campers and you cant eveb tell its back there most the time smooth riding and will roast them for about a block all stock if anyone wants a great truck i would get one of these there is only 12% of these trucks made with the 351 in it best old truck you will ever drive.
by John on Jan 25, 2009 Vehicle: 1990 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat 2dr Extended Cab 4WD LB
My dad bought this car back in 1995 from my grandfather's work. He paid I think 3000 for it with 175,000 miles. It's now 2009 has 300,800 miles and it still runs strong. The 4x4 still works great the paint has no clear coat fading or splitting. Nothing has been changed besides starter battery and maintenance otherwise it's all original. It's not the prettiest but definitely not the ugliest. It's well worth your money to buy one and it will last forever.
by HurleyXP on Aug 19, 2004 Vehicle: 1990 Ford F-150 XL 2dr Extended Cab LB
I bought my truck in sept of last year.
I love this truck she had 120,000 miles
on her when i bought her and i've put
about 30,000 on her. She can climb
mountains and she can offroad. I have
had so much fun in her. She is also one
of the most reliable trucks that I have
ever owned. I have only had to replace
the alternator in the time that I have
had her. She starts every morning and
takes me to work. I love my ford!!!
by RPR on Nov 4, 2002 Vehicle: 1990 Ford F-150 XL 2dr Extended Cab LB
After moving to Georgia from Florida in
1993, I had to buy a truck. The vehicle
had 30,000 miles on it when I bought it
and now has 140,000. In the almost 10
years I've had the vehicle, I have
painted it twice (Maaco). Replace both
powerwindow gears, replace the
alternator(this year), front brakes 3
times rear one time and that's it. No
major mechanical work to engine or
trans. It's been a good truck.It was
used as a tow vehicle before I bought
it and used to tow a car hauler by me.
The rear end is like an F-150 with the Ford oval in the middle. The tail lights have been turned so the reverse light is on top. That is something a Japanese car company would do. Where does it say &q...
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