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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Staying low for now
64 lowered longbed
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.
Robert, Take it from a carpenter, you want more than a tack hammer. You will waste tooo much energy with a lite weight tack hammer. Get something that will put him down with one blow, then wear his azz out.
In the cool still quiet hours of night, you can hear chevies rusting away.
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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