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Old 08-07-2012, 04:31 PM
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Centurion-Lehman Conversion

Okay, new guy here. I have been trying to find any info on my truck. 1987 F250 Extended cab Centurion-Lehman Conversion dually. Has a 460, was, C6 trans., radio, tape, air, ps, pb, captains chairs, HD rear end and suspension, etc. This truck was bought new from a Ford dealer in '87. After years of looking, I have not found any others. Heard of three but never seen another Lehman coversion. Pics in my album.
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Thanks Steve
Anyone down there with a '86-'88 Centurion-Lehman Truck Convertion?
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I have an 86 so I lurk in the Bullnose section but saw this at the forum level.

Later became just Centurion, popular but not enough to survive I am afraid.

There are some experts at fourdoorbronco.com since Centurion was the main source for that fine creation.

They're noticed first in later years for wood trim and outside graphics, neither of which appear on my truck (but then I don't think there are many original parts left on mine ). Also cool console treatments (upper and lower) and often CB radios, alloy wheels, lighted grab handles, all sorts of accessory options too.

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Thanks Jeff
My '87 is pretty much original with some engine mods and have all the original parts. I watched the Centurion come in and the options where available when I bought it. My biggest problem is the round marker lights
in the fiberglass fenders which are different then the F350. Any idea where I can find out how many where made? I have been in the four door bonco forum, they thought I'd find out more info on this foum.

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Centurion-Lehman F250 help

So, is there anyone out there in truck land that actually knows anything concrete about these trucks, IE; number built, years built, etc. I hate to think I have the only one in existence! Well, I'll keep restoring, you guys and gals can keep looking. Checked 4-door-Bronco site before I was directed here.
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New pictures add on my Lehman Centurion f 250. Any one that has or knows something about them, please let me know.
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I have on , give ford a call , send them your info and they will send you a sheet on it
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