In the 1970s Ford
was a bit decorous, lagging General Motors and Dodge
in the amount of chaotic, tasteless and just obvious strange exclusive impressions for its trucks
. But one of the most adhesive was this Bicentennial Edition F-100 for 1976. The base colorant color was Wimbledon White or Bahama Blue, over which was moved a cloying chromatic adornment along the formations with a flying eagle.
On the inside, this chauvinistic device had exclusive plaid covering and just in case you forgot what you were driving, an emblem attached on the glovebox. The collection was accessible on trucks
from the F-100 to the F-350.