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reminds me of mean looking hummer.
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I have never seen a crew cab like this one did they even make them
yeah. its a 95,96,or97

BTW excellent lookin job!
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WOW! That thing rocks!!!

Great Job Man!
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WOW ___ my 88 f-350 will be here tomorrow --- so rusty it needs a complete body swap--- I AM GONNA DO THAT !!!! AWESOME !!!!! Hope I can find a crew cab ---
even the photo of the extended cab looks pretty cool --

Thanks for sharing !!

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i really like it, think it looks awesome, very cool
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ok i have a78 f250 and am looking into doing a swap to a crew cab on my long bed frame. and am curious of anything that you can tell me that might help get me pointed in the right direction.
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I missed this thread back then, too bad the pics don't load anymore!
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Great looking truck! Has anybody ever seen a 92-96 SuperCab short bed with a crew cab swap and shortened bed similarthis truck? The SuperCab short bed wheelbase is 5" longer than regular cab long bed which I think would make it look more like a "SuperCrew" since the bed would only need to be shortened 13" to 14". I'm really considering a swap like this for my 95 SuperCab.
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