It depends on the year of the vehicle, and on other factors as well. For example, a 2004 2WD F150 Super Cab XLT truck with 88,000 miles, the 4.6L V8 engine, automatic transmission, and a CD player is worth $6,941 (Fair Condition), $7,866 (Good Condition), $8,091 (Very Good Condition), or $8,441 (Excellent Condition).
In 1948, Ford introduced the F-Series trucks. The "F-1" designation for light pickups did not start until 1948. So prior to 1948, light pickups are simply referred to as "1/2 tons". Advertised as a Bonus Built truck, it was named "F-1", which was the first Ford truck to wear the F designation. Ford introduced its first truck overhead valve (OHV) engine in 1952, which was a 215 cubic inch 6-cylinder engine.
The 2013 F-150 has four available engines, ranging from a base V6 engine to a turbocharged V6 engine and two V8 engines. All of the engines are paired with a six-speed automatic transmission and either two- or four-wheel drive. The 2013 F-150 is available in 10 different trims, ranging from the XL base model to the new top Limited trim. A dedicated off-road model, called the SVT Raptor, is also available. The upper trim options for the 2013 F-150 will get power windows and mirrors, cloth or leather seats, Ford’s SYNC and MyFord Touch systems, navigation and a power sunroof.