This info is taken from my 1967 Ford/Mercury shop manual.
SERIAL # F10VCB02660 breaks down like this:
F10 is the series = F100
V is the engine code = there is no "V" for 1967 double check if it is a "Y" which is a 352
C is the assembly plant code = Ontario
B02660 is the consecutive serial number = built in April of 1967
131 MJ F100 181 G 17
131 is the wheelbase in inches = 131 inches (basically a standard cab with 8 foot box)
MJ is the exterior paint color = White (M) & Red (J)
F100 is the model = F100
1 is the interior trim code = Gray vinyl (I am a little surprised here)
81 is the cab or body type = Conventional cab
G is the transmission = Automatic C4
17 is the rear axle code = Ford 9 inch, 3.25 ratio, 3300 lb rating
05000 172 4000 B47441
05000 is the gross vehicle weight (GVW) = 5000 lb
172 is the certified net horsepower = 172
4000 is the RPM at the certified net horsepower = 4000 RPM
B4 is the Ford of Canada district code = Midwestern Region
7441...........I can't find anything on this. Maybe some sort of "Canadian" serial number???
I have been working on 67-79 Fords for quite a few years and I have 3 1967's in various states of disrepair. Your truck is not real common......if it still has the 352 engine. The 352's were only used in trucks from 1965-67, making 1967 the only "bumpside" to have a 352.
I am in the Winnipeg area and am always willing to share information--let me know if you want my contact info. Greg.