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Old 05-31-2012, 10:34 AM
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OT Crew Cab '95 F-150?

I have never seen such a thing other than the Centurion C150 Crew Cab, but this one doesn't look like a Centurion conversion to me. This would be a nice project for someone.

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Thats def an 8.8 rear and 150 badges.

I've never seen one before either.
I know you could get cab and a halfs.

Some sorta special order utility?
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What makes you think it's not a Centurion?
If the pics were better it would help. Centurion actually bought single cab trucks and stretched the cab, rather than buying a crew cab from Ford. There are obvious seams and welds from the stretch.
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My uncle has one and it's a centurion
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We had a few factory crew cab F150's running around down here, but not many. A friend of mine had one.
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I guess the reasons I don't think it is a Centurian are:
1- they usually have custom paint, graphics, or ground effects
2- Every one of them I have ever seen had a custom interior with wood grain accents, re-upholstered seats, etc.

I know that Centurian offered a crew cab F150 but the interior of this one looks stock to me. I don't know I guess, but it would be a head turner for sure. Just something different.
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I guess the reasons I don't think it is a Centurian are:
1- they usually have custom paint, graphics, or ground effects
2- Every one of them I have ever seen had a custom interior with wood grain accents, re-upholstered seats, etc.

I know that Centurian offered a crew cab F150 but the interior of this one looks stock to me. I don't know I guess, but it would be a head turner for sure. Just something different.
You wouldn't get a centurion crew cab to put a utility bed on it.

I agree.

They are high end customs.
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Ford rolled them off the line. They are a rare truck.

There is one that is around me. It still looks decent.
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I guess the reasons I don't think it is a Centurian are:
1- they usually have custom paint, graphics, or ground effects
2- Every one of them I have ever seen had a custom interior with wood grain accents, re-upholstered seats, etc.

I know that Centurian offered a crew cab F150 but the interior of this one looks stock to me. I don't know I guess, but it would be a head turner for sure. Just something different.
I have seen pics of several F150's that were Centurion converted that looked basically stock, except for the crew cab part. But that's the internet, who knows if its real or not lol.
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either a centurian conversion, or the vin is wrong.

Your VIN number: 1FTEF1549SLB43605
World Manufacturer Identifier - 1st, 2nd, 3rd Positions:
Manufacturer: Ford Motor Company, USA
Make: Ford
Vehicle Type: Truck (Completed Vehicle)
Brake Type and GVWR Class - 4th Position:
Brake System: • Hydraulic brake system, Class E, GVWR 6,001-7,000 pounds, None
Line Series, Chassis Type, Body Type - 5th, 6th, 7th Positions:
Line Series: F-Series - F150
Chassis Type: 4x2
Body Type: Pickup - Regular Cab
Engine Type - 8th Position:
Engine: 3.8 EFI-SPI
Cylinders: V-6
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Horse Power: 200
Model Year - 10th Position:
Model Year: 1995
Assembly Plant - 11th Position:
Assembly Plant: Michigan Truck: Wayne, Michigan
Production Sequence Number - 12th - 17th:
Sequence Number: B43605
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I happened to pass an f-150 crew cab, OBS the other day. It still had the Centurion badge, but it looked like regular black paint. It even had a basic interior. I guess they made a few
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Can you imagine driving a crew cab F150 with a 3.8 liter V-6, lol? Yikes! It would be so slow it would be bordering on dangerous. That's a truck you could fall asleep driving on a back road.... (sorry Talyn, I had to do it )
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That thing just doesn't look right.
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Does anyone know where i can get the bracket for the lower case transfer shift linkage? Mine broke off when trying to get out of 4wd. THX RJ
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Holy random old thread resurrection batman. I don't know the answer to your question. Maybe a junk yard but you're guaranteed to get a better response in a new thread. Good luck.
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