This 1965 Ford Truck Factory Shop Manual is a fully licensed reprint of the guide originally put together by Ford for their mechanics working at Ford dealerships - OEM Part Number: FORM 7099-65. It's a thick, comprehensive manual, which is separated into three volumes, and is used by professionals. At over 1,200 pages. it keeps all of the original material. but has been conveniently divided into two books and contains thousands of illustrations and exploded views, as well as complete and detailed text about the timeless 1965 Ford trucks. You'll love the straight forward instructions and the huge number and wide variety of visual aids which accompany them. This definitive resource provides you the information and confidence you'll need to tackle the jobs on your classic. It covers your truck projects from small to large and is chock full of specifications and instructions.
NOTE: This 3 volume shop manual covers all 1965 Ford Trucks EXCEPT: Econoline and Ranchero.
The specific models covered are:
- 1965 Ford F-100 Series Pickups
- 1965 Ford F-250 Series Pickups
- 1965 Ford F-350 Series Pickups
- 1965 Ford F-500, F-600, F-700, F-750, F-800, F-850, F-950, F-950-D, F-1000, F-1100, F-1000-D, F-1100-D Series Trucks
- 1965 Ford P-100, P-350, P-400, P-500, P-600, P-3500, P-4000, P-5000 Series Trucks
- 1965 Ford B-500, B-600, B-610, B-700, B-750 Series Trucks
- 1965 Ford C-550, C-600, C-700, C-750,. C-800, C-850, C-950, C-1000, C-1100, C-6000, C-7000 Series Trucks
- 1965 Ford CT-750, CT-800, CT-850, CT-950 Series Trucks
- 1965 Ford H-950, H-1000, H-1000-D Series Trucks
- 1965 Ford HT-850, HT-950, HT-950-D, HT-1000-D Series Trucks
- 1965 Ford N-500, N-600, N-700, N-750, N-850, N-950, N-950-D, N-1000, N-1000-D, N-1100, N-1100-D, N-6000, N-7000 Series Trucks
- 1965 Ford NT-850, NT-850-D Series Trucks
- 1965 Ford T-700, T-750, T-800, T-850, T-850-D, T-950, T-950-D Series Trucks
By the mid-1960s, Ford was king of the truck market, launching new products and expanding offerings in truck models. Diesel options were introduced and vehicles got bigger. The Twin-I Beam front suspension put Ford on the front page of the automotive news. It was a member of the classic F-Series and offered light-duty, two wheel drive with better handling and a softer ride. The F-100 pickup sported flashy, chrome trim, whitewall tires and two-tone paint schemes. Trucks were being equipped with V-8 engines and automatic transmissions. The Ford Rancheros aimed for a deluxe air with an almost sedan-like quality up front and a sizable bed in back. It was a great mix between car and truck.
It wouldn’t be long before the manufacturer jumped into the Bronco in 1966, but for 1965, truckers were happy. A lot of that had to do with the 1965 Ford Truck Factory Shop Manual. It was used to make sure every model was up to par before it left a dealership or shop. It was also used to make sure trucks coming back for repair and service were handled effectively and efficiently.
Now, you too can use the exact processes when you have one of these classics vehicles in front of you. All you need is the 1965 Ford Truck Factory Shop Manual.
Subject: 1965 Ford Truck OEM Shop Manual (Pickups (F100, F250, F350), Heavy Duty, Medium Duty, P100, P-Series Parcel Delivery
| Original Part Number: FORM 7099-65