Today’s featured vehicle is a 1956 Ford F100. This model year is the most popular of the 1953–56 generation, thanks to its unique wrap-around windshield. The second generation of Ford’s long-lived pickup line boasted a redesigned dash and additional sound deadening in the doors. It was also the last generation to wear fabulous retro fender flares that weren’t fully integrated into the side sheetmetal.
This particular F100 goes by the nickname “Little Henry,” first given to it by Terry Custer’s father. Read the full article on Hagerty.com: