I though Fords already had no frills.
I didn't know that fenders, a hood and running boards were frills.
Do I see six folks in the front seat area?
Ken in Texas
Any of the dealers sell frills? Can't seem to find any.
Well, at least they have a wishbone brace!
It's got a top - what else would you need?
I count 10 faces. Thats a car full. Scott
I hope that '13 had the steel brace that supported the body rails under the rear door frames. Otherwise I think I can hear them cracking...
I have a feeling that cars like that were more common than thought.
Did they trade the body parts for gas or just remove them to compensate for passenger weight? Must be fun climbing in and out of it. Checking the oil would be easy.
Looks like riding with those folks would be a frill a minute. ;0[
The car following them is a Maxwell model 25. '15 or so.
"Lights? We don't need any dang lights. They rode horses in the dark didn't they?"
What you mean, no frills? I see a top and a windshield. And doors.
I think it's all "frilly'd up".... It has an upgraded radiator.
I think they HAD to take the fenders off, because any kind of bump at all, with a load like that, the fenders would be rubbing on the tops of the tires!