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4 door shortbox 95, were they ever made??

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Old 02-05-2012, 12:55 PM
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ther are a couple f150 centurian 4door shortbox 4x4 in the lincoln/omaha Ne area both that ive seen were around $3500
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The CREW CAB SHORT BED(CCSB) was only made for 2 years in the OBS style, 96 and 97. The engine choices were a 460 and a diesel, 2wd or 4wd, auto or manual trans.

The Super Cab Short Bed(SCSB) was made 95,96 & 97.
460 or diesel. 4wd were ONLY offered in a manual trans. The 2wds were offered in both IIRC


The Crew Cab Long Bed(CCLB) was made from 83-97.
you could get a 300, 351,460 and diesel in 2wd and 4wd, auto or manual

My 2 Crew Cabs(CCSB & CCLB)

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Enough room to haul around the entire workmen crew, but no where to put their tools in the little useless shortbox
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Enough room to haul around the entire workmen crew, but no where to put their tools in the little useless shortbox
nuff said
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Call me a hick but my favorite is still the extended cab (super cab?) dually. Sorta my mullet of a truck Enough business up front to be civil and the workin' goods in the back to get-er-done.

(Good gawd, did I really say that?)
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I have a f-150 centurion for sale

It's a 1996 f150 centurion 4door short bed 133000 miles 6inch lift I'm asking 3500 obo
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There were 4 door short boxes in F150's, the Centurions.



1996 F150 4x4 5.8 351

^ NOT mine, it's another user's truck on this forum.
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Wow, never even seen a Centurion F150!
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bangor maine had 2 f150 4door centurions as well as a 4door bronco centurion
pretty cool rigs but they all should have had 460s in them lol
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I've got a 1997 short box crew f250 XLT 4x4 460 and a 1996 supercab F250. The wheel base is not the same, a few inches difference. I bought the crew a couple of years ago. It took about 6 months to find the one I wanted. They’re out there but ya got to look just about everywhere. Found mine on Craigslist.
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Red face 1996 F150 CrewCab Shortbox

I just bought a 1996 F150 crewcab( 4 door) shortbox 4x4, made by centurion. Sweet because I can take all of my family (6) and not have to get in our Suburban. The truck has a 5.8 and an E4OD automatic in it. On the way home from picking it up I drove 90 miles on I-5 and averaged 16.8 MPG, which was better than I expected. I only use a truck for about 2000 miles a year so I'm looking forward to having it for 20 years or so. The previous owner put a real nice sounding flowmaster dual exhaust on it and an auto lock Eaton Posi rear end. The engine just purrs. I originally saw one of these trucks at a lot in Tacoma, it was pretty rough so I didn't buy that one but I knew they were made and was looking for one ever since. I'm glad that I didn't settle for the extra cab
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Enough room to haul around the entire workmen crew, but no where to put their tools in the little useless shortbox
It's an old thread, and yes, I see the smiley and I know no offense was intended, and I assure you, none was taken. But I really like the crew cab short box configuration. I need a family vacation hauler. It needs to be able to carry 4 adults comfortable (teen age boys aren't any smaller than adults), so that limits me to crew cabs, or Expedition-or-larger SUVs. But it also needs to carry my 8' slide-in camper and tow my ~4500 lb Bronco. And even if it weren't for the camper, I prefer a pickup to an SUV when running to the lumber store, or bringing a stinky dog home from a hunting trip.

And I want the truck as short as possible to make it that much less impossible to park in the shrinking parking spaces most lots now have. Sure, at times a long bed would be nice. But the short box works out fine almost all of the time. You can even haul 20' lumber with it!

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Agreed with Nothing Special. I have both crew cab configurations and while the long bed rides better, the short bed is easier to maneuver in tight parking lots.

Also, I have 20' trailer for anything and everything that will not fit in the bed

I just wish it was Just a super cab short bed instead of a crew cab
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Yeah, I had a '95 F-150 SCSB. I needed it to be a 3/4 ton, but the configuration was exactly what I wanted... until my kids outgrew the back seat. But an F-250 SCSB is on the list to be my next project, for the up-coming empty nest years.
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