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This is what the rounded one looks like in case anyone is wondering.

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Of course the round ones are more rare! Because i like that style better than the rectangular one!
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what is the year for the round one ? and for the rectangular too ?

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what is the year for the round one ? and for the rectangular too ?

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48's had the rounded end trays. Don't know the exact change-over, but 49 and newer trucks have the square ends. We had a discussion on this recently. You might search for that thread.
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