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Old 05-20-2013, 09:27 AM
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Kinda like musical chairs, but with beds

OK, so most of you know the story of putting the 9' flareside box on my '59 stakebed. Well the service body on my '92 was too hard to load beams on for my business, so I'm building a flatbed. The '59s factory stakebed is sitting on my '60 parts truck (can't bear to part it out) awaiting installation on my '37. Who knows, the service box just might end up on the parts truck. I just can't seem to leave anything alone...... well, maybe my lawn.
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Nice choice to have in my opinion. Love the scenary as well.
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Good to see some more pics. what are you really thining with that '60. The flatbed looks perfect sitting there.

By the way, nice lawn ornament in the foreground!
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Well, last night after work I was going to mow the lawn, but I got started on my slide-out vise mount under the right rear of the flatbed. And today it's raining again. I guess I could wait a few more weeks and call it hay. Heck, I hear there's $ in that. I agree, the script bed looks good on the '60. My wheels are turning.......
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