Ford F-250 Work Series Models and F-250 Work Series History
A three-quarter ton pickup truck designed specifically for basic utility, the 1999 Ford F-250 Work Series features all the necessary items for towing and hauling. Available with a regular or Supercab body style, the F-250 Work Series truck came with standard power from a 4.6-liter V-8 engine generating 220 horsepower. Optional equipment with the 1999 Ford F-250 Work Series pickup truck was a 5.4-liter Triton V-8 engine. Able to produce 260 horsepower and 345 pound-feet of torque as a gasoline-burning powerplant, the 5.4-liter engine could also factory converted to burn compressed natural gas or operate as a bi-fuel powerplant.
Along with the choice between five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmissions, the truck could also be selected in rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. Payload capacity for the 1999 F-250 Work Series regular cab model is 2,598 pounds while the Supercab versions payload rating was 2,283 pounds. Standard equipment found on the 1999 Ford F-250 Work Series included a heavy-duty alternator, dual front airbags, 16-inch wheels, anti-lock brakes, vinyl seating and AM/FM radio unit.
Transmission oil cooler, limited-slip differential and air conditioning were options available on the three-quarter ton Ford truck. The F-250 Work Series was discontinued after the 1999 model year as Fords three-quarter ton pickup was incorporated into the new Super Duty truck line.