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Originally Posted by tylus View Post
I was lusting after a 1997 Centurian F-350 for years. Could never afford them, now that I can, they are too old and beat up to consider.

Would still like to get one in decent shape. The 92-97 body line is my favorite of the F series. Although the 05-07 is gaining ground.
My boss ownes one, and its beat. It just sits in our shop now with a bad ATS trans.
Its a 2wd with a Fabtech 6 inch lift.
 
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Found a few better pics.
Its a 1997, and its a P.I.T.A to park.
 
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I kind of miss that truck! Does it have the wallpaper inside too...lol?
 
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I kind of miss that truck! Does it have the wallpaper inside too...lol?
No wallpaper, just way too much cheesy conversion van wood stuck to everything, a crappy plywood center console with a TV and VCR built in....
The seats are very very comfy...The rear seat folds flat into a bed. incase you have a cowgirl out on a date.
I think it need a set of texas long horns on the hood.
 
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Old 08-20-2011, 11:44 AM
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Originally Posted by hotroddsl View Post
They call them excursions now!
you cant take the top off an excursion or an expedition though
 
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Originally Posted by Franko72 View Post
Found a few better pics.
Its a 1997, and its a P.I.T.A to park.
I really like that, but my fav is the Excursion precursor.
 
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you cant take the top off an excursion or an expedition though
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Funny I just saw a '99+ Centurion this morning, forgot almost all of them in this area were black and gold and I never saw one that wasn't a Dually. Reminded me of this thread.
 
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I bought a Centurion -Lehman conversion in 1987, 460, c6 trans, custom interior, 350 frame and rear dually. The trucks orginal list price was 34,000 new in 1987. I am restoring it now. It is the most comfortable stump pulling truck I have ever road in and still is today. Unfortunetly, there are no parts to replace the fiberglass fenders and front flares.
 
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Originally Posted by Big Red 5205 View Post
I had a 1984 F-250 XLT Centurion extended cab with the 6.9 diesel that they turned into a dually. It was a great truck that always had people asking questions about it. It was my first dually and I've had three since, but just not another Centurion. Their quality was great.
I have a 84 ford f250 centurion dually an its amazing
 
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1995 f150 centurion

hello, everyone I have just bought my first vehicle and it's a 1995 f150 centurion. I do not know much about the centurion models and I have come here to ask for some knowledge about them. as well as where I can find parts for them since I bought my truck for $900 and I am already creating a decent sized list of things that need to get done and I am finding parts that either need to be replaced or that have just decided not to be apart of the truck anymore. I also would like to know if there is a way I could find out what the specs were from the factory because I would like to restore it to the factory condition. thank you to anyone that is able to help me.
 
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Reading this thread brings back memories.

Back in 1992, I sold my 1986 F250 standard cab for a 1988 F350 dually with, I believe the Roll-a-long package. Man, all that cheesy tuck and roll fabric and wood grain accents!
All that was missing was the **** star mustache and pork chop side burns.
 
 
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