In 1992 Ford began producing the ninth generation of its' popular F-series trucks, which was the last generation to cover the entire model range from the basic 1/2 ton F-150 pickup through the medium duty F-800 commercial trucks. In production through 1998, the F-250 and F-350 pickup trucks featured new aerodynamic styling achieved by rounding off the angles on the hood and front fenders, as well as by enlarging and reshaping the grille to eliminate the square, boxy appearance of previous generations. The redesigned grille area aslo incorporated new larger, "wraparround" headlights and turn signals. Over the production lifetime of these light-duty pickups, a wide variety of cab configurations, detail trims, and power options were available from the factory, and the basic chassis of the 1-ton capable F-350 provided a solid base for work truck conversions. As such, the Ford F-250 and F-350 were well suited for moderate duty by contractors, emergency services, public utility services, and railroad track and signals maintenance crews.
Atlas' new Ford F-250 Crew Cab and F-350 Standard Cab Work Trucks faithfully represent two of the common configurations of this popular pickup found in general service rolls from the 1990's through the mid 2010s. The F-250 4 door Crew Cab has duel fuel doors, an 8-foot bed, and 4x4 styling, while the F-350 features a dual rear wheels configuration supporting a common aftermarket storage bed design and includes photo-etched extended-vision mirrors and an equipment rack.