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There are also strange cuts on the floor that I'm going to make correct. I wonder sometimes why certain things were done. If you look behind the shifter you will see 3 straight cuts. I don't see any reason for them.
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Some more pictures for you COE lovers:













































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Oh my Abe! COE ****!
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I thought you would like these. There are some nice ones there. I have had these in a folder in my computer.
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Abe, with all those on your computer, it might be time for a coe in your life!
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Thanks for the pics
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Looks like you have special feelings toward the ‘56 COE’s. I think you might need to start a relationship soon...



For those who just can’t get enough 40’s and 50’s COE’s, I created this Pinterest thread a couple years ago and now has almost 900 photos:

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Looks like you have special feelings toward the ‘56 COE’s. I think you might need to start a relationship soon...
For those who just can’t get enough 40’s and 50’s COE’s, I created this Pinterest thread a couple years ago and now has almost 900 photos:

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No, not really. Earlier I posted pics of 53, 54, and 55 COEs I had. They are cool looking trucks however. But I have no room in my stable for another truck, F series or C series.
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Unless we get some of that global warming, I think the COE is parked for the winter.....
tinman, where did you get the bed for your truck? I like the rounded corners.
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tinman, where did you get the bed for your truck? I like the rounded corners.
I found it in a local junkyard on the back of a mid 50's Chevy truck. Doing some net searching I see this style bed used mostly on Chevy trucks....wondering if it was a dealer offered bed back then.
Don't know the mfg, there were no tags on it.
I like it because of the rounded corners and the ribbed edges. Plus it is really light weight.
I did have to cut it down in length and width tho...
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I found it in a local junkyard on the back of a mid 50's Chevy truck. Doing some net searching I see this style bed used mostly on Chevy trucks....wondering if it was a dealer offered bed back then.
Don't know the mfg, there were no tags on it.
I like it because of the rounded corners and the ribbed edges. Plus it is really light weight.
I did have to cut it down in length and width tho...
Most likely an old Knapheide or Omaha. They supplied all the OEM's.
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Here’s one for sale local to me from Craig’s List. https://stlouis.craigslist.org/cto/6365681257.html




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Wow a mobile slide! And a cool looking truck all in one! All these different pictures of these coes, makes me want to find an odd or different back end for my truck. The thing is finding the right one. Or where to find it.
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If the price was better I’d be making me a roll back outta the yellow one.
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Heres a 56 just about finished
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