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Old 01-16-2006, 12:36 PM
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New Gallery- South American F-100's

I was looking for pics of nice '63 models and decided to give Xbay the auction site a look. I found these as recent listings in the Argentina and Brazil sites.

They ran about three years behind down there in styling but it looks like they also got some revisions occasionally.

Check out the different beds. Also, the mid 60's pickups got reskinned doors.
Love that look. Even better than our 64-66 beds. The wheel openings match.

Take a look.

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The split beds would have been nice here. but alas nope.......The uni was a failure here so ford tooled up a new bed for 64 that looked unlike the failure.

The doors are 61 to 63 uni body doors.

Take a look in my gallery i have a 66 crew cab i am doing the split bed uni treatment to.

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Well I learned something new. I hadn't noticed that Unibody pickups had different doors. Will they fit a standard cab?
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yes dimensionally the uni door is the same as the model 81 conventional doors.

Only change is body line drops on the uni and levels off on non uni.

When you place a uni door on a 81 cab the rear looks funky with the droop. the body line ends up in the same place around the back of the cab. Approximatly 3/4" over all drop.

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