Also new was the Special Décor Group consisting of a blacked-out grille, color-keyed hood and body side tape stripe, bright windshield moldings and window frames and bright wheel covers. The base engine was still the 170ci, 105hp inline six. The interior had a new two-spoke steering wheel with a horn bar instead of the button. The under hood light had a 20-foot cord. A Custom Cab emblem was located on each door.
The Bronco was available in 3 styles, the standard Bronco was the Roadster, with no roof or doors and a fold down windshield; the sport utility was a pickup with a bolted on, removable steel roof over the front seat; and the Bronco wagon came with a full length roof and large side windows. The interior was also redesigned to a more streamlined appearance. The grille was revised and the parking lights were now recessed directly beneath the headlights. If, for some reason you cannot find the 1983 Ford Truck parts or accessories that you need we strongly encourage you to give us a call at 541-779-1339 or email us at so that we can help you out. Several minor improvements appeared, such as modified door latches, new door seals, a redesigned armrest, a redesigned wiring harness with multiplug sockets, and a cowlside fuse box and circuit breaker box.
We offer free shipping and low-price guarantee. Whether it be replacement Ford Truck parts, restoration Ford Truck quality parts, or concours Ford Truck quality restoration parts; we have it and in stock. Taller side windows that dip below the base of the windshield as well as a taller windshield that now blends with forward edge of the cab roof mark the remaining, most visible changes. New aerodynamic, impact-resistant headlights with easy-to-install halogen bulbs replaced the old inset sealed beam style. Manuel transmissions were now five speed and the heavy-duty 5 speed is now standard in the F250. At midyear amber parking lamp lenses were replaced with clear lenses. New options included front stabilizer bar, quicker power steering system and heavy-duty shocks.
New hubcaps and wheel covers were added. Convenience options included a headlight-on warning buzzer. Shop Our 1983 Ford Truck Parts We have many parts and accessories to help you find whatever 1983 Ford Truck parts that you might need. The transfer case became the New Process 200. F-Series conveinence options included carpeted lower door panels with map pockets and a soft wrapped steering wheel with wood-tone insert. Buy 1983 Ford F-100 Pickup salvage parts directly from the sourcing wrecking yard! The front bumper was redesigned. In addition, the front fender braces were deleted.
It came with heavier springs and axles. Rather than softening the squarish styling of 1979 and earlier models, Ford's 1980 and newer full sized trucks have an even crispier look, seen most prominently in the angled corner at the rear of the cab as well as a similarly angled opening at the rear of the doors. Our inventory is constantly expanding, ensuring that we provide you with the largest, most up to date selection of Ford Truck parts available. Wheels on the F-100s were painted Snowshoe White, and parking lamps and hoodside medallions were new. A new Deluxe Ranger option included bucket seats. Automatic-equipped trucks came with Ford-O- Matic script under the crest. Ford's F-Series models were simply America's most popular vehicle of any type.
Power steering and the Cruise-O-Matic transmission were new options on the V8 equipped Broncos. The big change, though, was the introduction of a new Power King V-8 engine, known as the Y-block. Spring of 1976 this old style box was replaced by a more 90 degree stepside body. The grille now featured a horizontal bar and twin spear shaped openings above two rows of small rectangular cutouts. The V-8 emblem was located in the center of the hood vent on models so equipped.
Styling was carried over from last year. It did get a heavier duty front axle and 12. Looking for additional information on Ford trucks? A V-8 emblem was used on the upper grille support on trucks that were so equipped. New aerodynamic impact resistant headlights with easy to install halogen bulbs replaced the old inset sealed beam style. Find an inventory of used 1983 Ford F-100 Pickup car and truck parts from 100+ top auto dismantlers, modern junkyards and used parts dealers. Among standard features were key-in-ignition warning buzzer and a parking brake engaged warning light.
The Ranger Package had a red stripe in the center of the grille and blacked-out headlight bezels. Introduced early in the 1982 calendar year, the Ranger was nearly the same size as the Courier and also offered six- and seven-foot beds. It was replaced by the Ford oval in the center of the revised, rectangular slots theme grille. No other changes were made. Unlike the Courier, however, it was available not only with a regular four-cylinder engine, but also with a V-6 or four-cylinder diesel engine, and -- later in the model year -- with four-wheel drive. During the model year, the grille was painted ivory and the headlight rings argent silver. The Flareside was brought back on the sport chassis only.
Learn more when you click to the next page. Standard features included, chrome front bumpers and bright door mounted mirrors. Six cylinder engine was phased out during the year. The parking lights were wraparound and the rear side markes moved. The front grille was painted white, as was the front trim work on the hood. The bed floor on the Stepside was wood covered and the Styleside bed floor was steel.
National Parts Depot continues to offer the best restoration parts available for your Ford Truck. The side marker lights were located by a concave groove on the body side, which previously was a spear. Also new was twin beam independent front suspension, replacing the former rigid axle. Although the front end treatment resembled the 1978-79 models, it was different. The pickup bed and tailgate were redesigned. The running boards were eliminated, and the cab design and dash design were new. When fitted with the optional 302ci V8 engine, bucket seats and a 3.