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Old 08-23-2012, 07:33 PM
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RARE 76 Bicentennial F250 edition-check it out

I have never seen such an edition!

1976 Ford F250 Bicentennial edition, trailer special
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Im envious of that bench, such a cool truck
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Very cool as I have never seen one before. Thanks for posting.
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thats pretty niffty never seen or heard of that option before
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I've seen a 2wd F150 that was used as an old farm truck and I saw a 4x4 f150 in a salvage yard once. That is by far the nicest one I've ever seen.
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Neat truck. I notice it has no chrome on the sides. I have full wheel covers on my camper special, but they don't have color inserts matching the truck, like that one does.

In 1978 Ford had a show truck called the Little Louie. I have a b/w photo but not a color one. Anyone ever seen it? It had chrome stacks, air .horns, roof lights, cb antennas. It is a 3/4 ton extended cab
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[quote=1960fordf350;12203052]Neat truck. I notice it has no chrome on the sides. I have full wheel covers on my camper special, but they don't have color inserts matching the truck, like that one does.

In 1978 Ford had a show truck called the Little Louie. I have a b/w photo but not a color one. Anyone ever seen it? It had chrome stacks, air .horns, roof lights, cb antennas. It is a 3/4 ton extended cab[/QUOTE

I've never heard of a Little Louie. I think you should post the pic, even if it is BW!
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I'd love to post a pic, but I don't have a scanner. The book it is in is called Ford Truck Chronicle. By the editors of Consumers Guide with Paul McLaughlin. It is a hardbound book, blue cover, with a pic of a 48-49 F1 pickup on it. page 193. Lot's of cool pics in this book.
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I have only seen a few of these, and I don't remember seeing one in an F250. I love that seat, looks like a pair of my Pap's pants from back in the day.
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