1976 Ford F150, Ford 400 Cubic Inch Engine, The bicentennial year F-150, the 1976 saw a revised grille design that carried over into 1977, when the model nameplates moved from the fender to the cowl. the sixth generation of the ever popular F-Series. One of the more notable elements of the new styling was the body sides, which had a concave body character line going across the upper portion of the sides, containing the side marker lights and the front turn signals fitted in line with it. These were mounted for the first time in Ford light truck history over the headlights. Another element that was all new was the Style side pickup box. Ford introduced the 400 V8 engine in 1971 as a replacement for the 390 V8. Known as the 351 Cleveland's big brother provided quick acceleration in medium to heavyweight vehicles, yet was smaller and lighter than the FE V8 Engines and the 385 Series Ford V8’s. The Ford 400 engine was based on the 351 Cleveland. It had a longer stroke than the Cleveland, making it the longest-stroke Ford pushrod V8 engine ever. It was labeled 400 cu in, but it actually displaced 402 cu in (6.6 L).This truck is in excellent condition, looks as good if not better than it did the day it rolled off the showroom floor. While we do our best to provide the highest quality classic cars and trucks with an honest and reliable description, we encourage you to come visit our showroom of Classic Cars and see this F150 Pickup in person where you can see and drive for yourself to ensure you are happy with the truck before you purchase. Thanks for looking and continue to watch our website: PastandPresentMotorCars.com for new Classic Car Inventory coming in daily! Financing is Available with low rates and shipping is available from our showroom to your gage. Our team is working and available anytime by Phone or Text for your convenience at 407-559-7759.