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Old 12-23-2009, 08:29 PM
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1960 ford crew cab pics

Here arClick the image to open in full size.e a few more pics, in northern california
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Old 12-23-2009, 08:31 PM
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Old 12-23-2009, 08:52 PM
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Yes, very good looking truck. What dam is that by?
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Old 12-24-2009, 03:36 PM
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Shasta lake

That is Shasta Dam, Just outside of redding calif.
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That is nice. I think 1938 is the oldest Ford crew cab I have seen a picture of but it was more larger than a PU.
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Sweet Ride. I like it.
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Thats the best crew cab I've seen. Can you tell us something about it? What engine, tranny, where you got it? I have a friend that has a 59 crew cab 4x4. That is a great color scheme.
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Thats the best crew cab I've seen. Can you tell us something about it? What engine, tranny, where you got it? I have a friend that has a 59 crew cab 4x4. That is a great color scheme.
check it out. pretty cool 1960 crew cab on a 77 F-250 chassis
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man that is one badass lookin truck, some say this sorta frame swap can't be done right (in proportion) but this "60" says yes it can. thanks for the pics.
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Your truck is prolly the sickest looking truck I ever seen I Love that body style and I also love the 70's 3/4 ton 4x4 chasis great combo! I've seen a crew cab like yours but onlystock in 2wd great fricken build!

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Is the truck in Norcal! That is probably the coolest truck i have seen! I am in the process of buying a 60 f250 after which i will keep looking for the crew cab until i find one. If the truck is in Norcal, just wanted to know if taking a peek would be feasible. I had another gentlemen in the bay area send me an email and a photo of his crew cab. Impressive. Do you have the specifics on the Company that did the alterations for Ford? If so if you could fwd on that would be great. Thanks, Mathais
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1960 crew cab

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I got rid of the ugly front bumper

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