Used 1992 Ford F-150 Regular Cab Consumer Reviews

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My Iron Maiden

Sarah G., 01/12/2010
XL 2dr Regular Cab LB
7 of 7 people found this review helpful

Was a bit skeptical upon purchasing vehicle. The two American vehicles I owned previous were junk, including a Ford Taurus. Bought for the straight six motor. Proved to be a very reliable vehicle. I drove it only sporadically because it was my 2nd vehicle. Started up everytime, even during the coldest New England mornings. I replaced the battery and oil pan during the time I owned it (both were pretty old). Was just about as reliable as my '93 Honda Civic. I'm kicking myself for selling it, I would buy another in a heartbeat.

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Under valued

D Can, 03/06/2017
S 2dr Regular Cab 4WD SB
4 of 4 people found this review helpful

If you are using Edmunds to value a 1992 f150 351w auto flareside truck, don't. The box alone is worth more than their full vehicle appraisal value. Let alone if you have a rare build like mine. I cannot buy a clapped out XL 2 wheel drive 6 cylinder with a stick for what they have mine valued at. This is an awesome truck, and the market proves that with great resale value. Edmunds is way off, but the truck, is spot on! Edit: Sold the truck about halfway through the restoration (mechanicals completed, and a full clean up and evaluation done) for $4k (I had about $2800 into it). Great truck, purchased from me by a collector. Probably a $10k truck by now (3 years later).

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Expected Lots more from this clunky V8

phish, 09/30/2002
XLT Lariat 2dr Regular Cab 4WD LB
3 of 3 people found this review helpful

Overall, it's your basic work truck. I wouldn't travel cross country with it, but if you have short distances to drive everyday and don't mind spending some cash for upkeep it's worth the money. It has never broken down, but has been in the shop 8-10 times over the last year. The braking has been a mystery to me and to Ford dealerships as well. It pulls to the right, to the left, sometimes not at all. Also, it seems that anything under the hood that comes in contact with coolant, has had problems: heater core, water pump, weak hoses, you name it, it's gone wrong.

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My Truck

F1501625, 01/24/2003
XLT Lariat 2dr Regular Cab SB
5 of 7 people found this review helpful

The 5.0L has plenty of power after you put some aftermarket parts on it. Like headers, flowmaster mufflers, and lower it for decent handling. bad thing is, the engine is not very economic. right now i'm probably getting 14-16 MPG on highway. i've installed a few performance upgrades and i'm very satisfied with the truck, holds up well under competition. The transmission has much to be desired, it has delayed shifting at high RPMs, and the aluminum gears arent the best for racing. the truck is light, and powerful.

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Ford eaten dodge shitin chevy

Dr.Traa, 02/10/2003
2dr Regular Cab 4WD LB
3 of 5 people found this review helpful

My truck is built tough and can handle what ever I put it to. Wheather it be off road or on road it is very dependable. It will run for a long time. Its for sale too!

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