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Old 01-07-2012, 11:53 AM
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Suicide Doors

Has anyone ever seen a 57-60 F100 with suicide doors? I have been throwing this idea around in my head here lately and wondered what it would look like. What are some of ya'lls opinions?
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I cant say I recall ever seeing one but I think it would be really cool on a custom.
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i seen on one it was ok but it did not look as good as you would think you know
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i seen on one it was ok but it did not look as good as you would think you know
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sorry about that i looked at one with this done at a show i was at one time and it did not look as good as you would think
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I think if a person takes care to make sure everything works together it could look pretty good. So much more goes into suicide doors than just the doors. The paint has to be right it needs a good stance and awesome wheels with a hot motor. I think it could be done right if the person works it all together.
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