1991 Ford F150 XLT Lariat 4x4 Single Cab Long 5.0 V8 from North America


Very affordable tough / winter / hunting / farm / 4x4 truck


- Replaced manual locking hubs with worn premium hubs after one year. Bought it with bad hubs. (200$)

- Rewired fog lights and put better ones on ($90)

- Replaced starter after truck sat all summer (solenoid) ($165)

- Replaced battery after truck sat all summer. Old battery was undersized, this truck needs a large one. ($105)

- After replacing hubs, 4x4 worked great. Tested it in minor conditions. Two weeks later after pulling up to my 4x4 area, locked the hubs, shifted the transfer case and pulled ahead. Somehow snapped the front-right-axle-shaft. Still is a mystery to me and my experienced mechanic. ($365)

- Rewired the block heater and transmission heater ($0)

- Tailgate cables ($30)

- Deactivated driver side power lock so it's impossible to lock keys in ($35)

- The truck needs new headers, muffler, tailpipes (has dual exhaust), speedo and odometer need to be rewired, rear gas tank needs replacing, cruise needs fixing.

General Comments:

Other than those things the truck is great. Very comfortable in the city and highway. Very good in snow and mud.

Good visibility. Easy dash controls. Roomy bench seat for 3. Interior is mint. Aftermarket cd sound system is great.

The truck rides stiff when unloaded, plush with 300 lbs of load in the bed. Can haul our 22ft Malibu ski boat around town when our nice truck isn't available. The long bed will fit most snowmobiles with ease. The body has very little rust, few dings and candy apple red.

The truck has ran great since I've fixed it up. Starts first turn on (-30) Celsius mornings, block/tranny heater works great after that.

The Ford bed-liner is awesome. XLT Lariat package has everything you need (AC, PW, PL, etc.). Heats up cab within 4 minutes of city driving. Very nice in (-45) Celsius mornings.

- This truck is not fast by any means, and will not beat a comparable Chev/GMC on pavement. But it is an unreal off-road vehicle and will walk all over Chev High-Sierras and Dodge Power-Rams 4x4ing. It has 31.5 mt's and an extra set of 33 mt's. Has factory 1 inch snow plow capability lift. The truck is dressed up with chrome and lots of other smaller accessories. (previous owner)

- This truck is only used as a winter/utility vehicle, as my other car is a 1997 Camaro z28 street rod.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know

Review Date: 12th December, 2008

1991 Ford F150 XLT Lariat 5.0 from North America


Good workhorse on the farm


A/C has been faulty and never worked properly.

General Comments:

Just sold this today. Was a family farm vehicle for many years, low miles, great condition, very little rust in wells, all the goodies.

I'm not a Ford guy per se, but inherited this one from a family member. Really liked having the dual tanks, but could have used more torque in pulling. That's why I drive a Chevy Z71, but this old Ford was a good truck through 3 owners.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know

Review Date: 4th October, 2007

1991 Ford F150 Custom 4.9 Straight six from North America


The do anything pull anything truck


Serpentine belt slipped off, but drove it thirty minutes without hurting it, other than overheating.

One of my wheels bent causing a rough ride. Must have ran off the road and damaged it.

General Comments:

It is a very tough truck. I have put this truck through some very rough things.

It has been reliable and with heavy duty springs, it will haul anything. I have had 600 pounds of chairs in the back and barely squatted it. I have hauled 3 scoops of mulch in the back and it still did not squat much.

It is a great truck for any kind of work, where you haul or pull anything.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 12th September, 2007

13th Sep 2007, 13:09

I meant it is a 1991 not 1990. Sorry.

2nd Oct 2007, 11:53

The most versatile truck I have ever owed. Used to haul or tow two – three times a week. Never lets me down or leaves me stranded. This truck works all week and then load up the kids and the 30’ Trailer and head to the lake for the weekend.