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Old 10-08-2012, 01:21 PM
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My new 60 Crew cab

Look what followed me home Sat
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What's yer plans for her. Would make a great DD converted to 4X4 here.
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Old 10-08-2012, 01:36 PM
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Plan to lower it,04 Crown vic clip
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Maybe a 4.6 or 5.4 mod motor,dailey driver/shop truck
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Very nice, that looks like a short (6') box, whats the wheel base. It will make a nice shop truck.
Going to follow this build.
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Old 10-08-2012, 03:32 PM
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6' short bed,
Crew Cab conversion by Orville Specialty Metal Co.
Want to change to fleet side bed.
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6' short bed,
Crew Cab conversion by Orville Specialty Metal Co.
Want to change to fleet side bed.
When you do, let me know. I have a '59 step side and need the side steps.
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Nice truck, not many crew cabs still around.

I am not the Ford name police, but just to get the names correct.
Fleet side and step side are Chevy terms. Ford used Style Side and Flare side respectively.

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Nice truck, not many crew cabs still around.

I am not the Ford name police, but just to get the names correct.
Fleet side and step side are Chevy terms. Ford used Style Side and Flare side respectively.

Good luck with the truck.
I know. Just a bad habit. So then does that mean I need flare steps? BTW where can you get them? I'm almost to the point of getting the 'styleside' bed at the local Pull and Save.
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Since it followed you home, I would go there again this weekend and see what follows you this time! Very cool truck!
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nice! Hope the 60 crew cab I found will also follow me home sometime this winter, I have a lot of cab repair to do on it, then integrate it onto the Super Duty front end. I will be sure to race you on the resto and take pics! hahaha
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I have rust in the steps,and a little in the front floor boards.both front fenders are rusty.
The roof and drip rail are very solid,just surface rust, even the cab corners are solid.
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Hey Fun Ford, I like your truck. here is another one that needs a new home!
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/11...l#post12360459
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now the COE is on hold again.
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After seeing the post on the 58 Crew Cab, now I am curious. Is yours a 3 door or a 4 door?
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After seeing the post on the 58 Crew Cab, now I am curious. Is yours a 3 door or a 4 door?
mine is a 4 door
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