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Old 08-11-2010, 09:15 PM
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Arrow The Holy Grail of Bumpsides! Powerstroke Crewcab!

Rocky Mountain Truckfest 2010, Bandimere Speedway.... I stumbled across this! I crawled underneth of it, and it appears he put a bumpside body on a Super duty chassis! The truck wasn't nearly as nice as mine (bodywise), but holy moses, it was badass!! I can't imagine any cooler of a truck than this one!

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Man that must have taken some doing.
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I believe I read a post yesterday where someone was asking about using a later year chassis for their project.

Someone has a lot of work in that project.




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Pretty neat-o.

I'd like to know some of the details - like how the newer dash matched up to the windshield, etc.

If Ford ever does a retro-bumpside it should be something like this!
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Yeah, very sweet truck. It's been around for awhile. Here's a pretty detailed thread on his build-up.

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