The 1966 Ford F-100 marked the last year of the fourth generation of F-Series trucks. This was also the same year that Ford began offering the four-door crew cab model. Who knew that the crew cab would become more popular than the standard cab? A year earlier, Ford added the Twin I-Beam front suspension to the 2WD trucks including the F-100.
Depending on the condition of your classic F-100, it might not need much work. If you're restoring a vintage truck to its original condition, you’ll want to find OEM parts.
New exterior chrome and trim parts will have your truck shining again in no time. Replace your broken or dull chrome exterior mirrors, door handles, and emblems with high-quality reproductions. Most OEM-style components offer a direct-fit replacement and include all necessary hardware.
For those who want to add a modern touch, shop for 1966 F-100 restomod parts. Add comfort and style to your truck’s interior with TMI bench or bucket seats. Ditch the outdated drum brakes for a power disc conversion kit to enhance braking power. You can even buy a performance steering wheel to add a custom look while staying true to the F-100’s original style. Finding the right 1966 F-100 parts will allow you to complete your build, no matter what the vision.