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did any model of f100 ever come with bucket seats . I bought one with what look like mustang seats .

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did any model of f100 ever come with bucket seats . I bought one with what look like mustang seats .
Not that I remember.
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I would think they were added later....Trucks back then were not big on options...If it did have any sort of single seat, would be like the basic Econoline seat

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ford buckets

When I worked at ford they did put standard A code mustang bucket seats in some pickups. We built Mustangs and ford pickups at the same San Jose assembly plant. I just don't remember the years. there were not very many, I think they were all special order.
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Never know...My dad had a 55 International with one bucket seat......I got to sit on a 5 gallon pail.....
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My pop had a 66 F 100.It had the mustang type buckets and a console with a lid.
It was a retired construction truck
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A picture of this would help...and would be cool to see
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A picture of this would help...and would be cool to see
I will take a picture and see if it makes sense . thanks
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