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Old 10-19-2012, 05:15 PM
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Wrong bed, Who cares?


Here's an interesting ebay listing. What do you guy's/gal's think of this bed? Click the image to open in full size.
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Yuck! To each their own said the old lady as she kissed the cow.

Rear fenders appear to be the fibreglass fenders used on 1980/96 F250/350 Stylesides with DRW

Styleside bed appears to be "channeled" from a 1980/96 F100/350.

Bed steps are someone's fabrication.
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i don't know about this
i think of all the work i'm doin to make mine closer to wright from wrong bed!!
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Yuck! To each their own said the old lady as she kissed the cow.

Rear fenders appear to be the fibreglass fenders used on 1980/96 F250/350 Stylesides with DRW

Styleside bed appears to be "channeled" from a 1980/96 F100/350.

Bed steps are someone's fabrication.
Here's a quote from the listing:
The Crimson Red paint is awesome and covers a
solid shaved body utilizing a 92 Ford Step-side bed and step boards. The lines flow effortlessly with the sculpted front fenders. A custommetal rear roll pan and painted to match tail light covers tie
it all together.
Didn't say I like it, just looking for feedback. More or less "Would you do this to your truck"?
Here's the ebay listing number 221142025716
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i don't know about this
i think of all the work i'm doin to make mine closer to wright from wrong bed!!
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Dang Roy! that bed looks much better than it used too!
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It looks good.But thats just my opinnion.
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I think it looks like absolute turd...if I ever do anything as stupid as this Robert, you have my
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I was looking at going that route also until I found a 64 bed for my 66. I realize it would not be period correct, but it would be a nice alternative with modern taillights and tailgate. I was looking for a styleside, stepside, or the 92-96 stepside and just could not find anything in my price range until I found someone with a whole truck and he wanted to part it out as he needed the doors for his 65.

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What 1964 bed did you find, a 'wrong bed' 1957/60 Styleside?
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What 1964 bed did you find, a 'wrong bed' 1957/60 Styleside?
What are you talking about? You must need to learn how to read. No the 64 bed is the same as my 66 bed. the 92-96 bed is not period correct. You need to take a step back and not jump to conclusions so fast.
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Speaking of "WRONG BEDS".....

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I wouldn't do it to my truck, even though mine already has the wrong bed. I like it, looks better than most I've seen.
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