Many viewers of the TFLnow channel and TFLtruck.com, have been commenting on the whereabouts of the 1974 Ford F-250 Highboy, otherwise known as "Rusty Boy" and why it has been so absent.
Well, back in October of 2017, the truck parted ways with the TFL family when Tommy met with the father and
How far has the heavy duty truck technology progressed over the lasts 43 years? We find out by taking a detailed look at a 1974 Ford F-250 4x4 "High Boy" versus a 2017 Ford F-250 King Ranch. Are these two trucks completely different? After all 43 years is a mighty
If you are following Tommy's "Rusty Boy" (1974 Ford F250 4x4 High Boy) project truck, you already know that one of the lifters and push rods failed in the old V8. Tommy took the truck to Devon's Car Care, and Devon replaced the problematic parts to get the truck back
Tommy is very proud of his "new" 1974 Ford High Boy. This is Tommy's personal truck that we now call "Rusty Boy". The name comes mainly because of a bed that looks like Swiss cheese. Ford F-250 4x4 trucks of this era were nicknamed "High Boy" due to the factory
Meet "Rusty Boy" - Tommy's 1974 Ford F250 "Highboy" pickup truck. Highboy is a nickname Ford fans gave these pre-1977.5 ford heavy duty trucks because of the factory lifted suspension.
What exactly is a high boy? What is the story with this truck?
Check out all of the details in the video