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Craigslist Find of the Day for 99-03 7.3 trucks

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Well, someone has to start it. The Excursion folks upstairs have had an ongoing Craigslist Find of the Day thread for several years. But truck owners might not visit an SUV forum, except once in a while through a search.

Every once in a while you too, might find yourself browsing Craigslist for something you need, and your attention gets diverted by something else entirely random that caught your eye. If that something else relates to, or is useful for, or is an unusual aspect of... a 99-03 7.3L truck... feel free to post up on this thread. Who knows, you might make someone's day, by accidently locating something that they have been ardently searching for. The concept seems to work quite well on the Excursion forum, where members end up effortlessly helping other members find Harley Davidson wheels, new style bumpers, and other things Excursion folks covet... simply by posting what they stumble across in the Craigslist find of the day thread.
 

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Craigslist Find of the Day for 99-03 7.3 trucks

People often ask me where I got my truck bed. The answer is, for the most part, it doesn't matter, because you can't get them anymore, and haven't been able to in many years. Even when it was being made, the bed was rather rare, and the dually version was much rarer still. and neither version has ever been made again in the last decade and a half. So when I stumbled across this Craigslist ad today while searching for something else, it occurred to me that someone on FTE might be looking for a truck like this. It is very similar to mine... a 2000 (forged rod) 7.3L F-550 crew cab Lariat with the custom heavy gauge steel bed that looks like a pickup bed, but is actually a low profile utility bed with sculpted body contours that match the Ford Super Duty body lines.

This isn't my ad. I would be embarrassed if I had authored the description. Clearly, the author of the ad isn't the original owner either, and is likely a "flipper". But it is a very nice looking truck with a very rare bed all the same, and it being a California truck with no rust to speak of, with only 153,000 miles, it seemed to deserve the broader audience of those who would actually appreciate the truck for what it is. Or those who might have been looking for a truck like this for years, and never found one. Judging by the brilliant condition of the paint, this truck was likely garaged, (although I'm not sure how, at 22 feet long). The overall set up strongly indicates that this truck was owned by an older/retired RV'r to tow a 5th wheel.



https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/cto...503754207.html
 

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It's legendary. So...is that a Ford body or is it an aftermarket job?
 
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That is beautiful. Stopped to look at a srw one like it years ago at a local dealer. rotted out but still cool.
 
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Subtract $10,000 just for seller attitude and cluelessness. Then evaluate the price again based on what the vehicle is.
 
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Makes one feel proud to own a vehicle where a similar unit with 150K on the odo is considered "low miles".

He can score maybe $20K out of it solely because it's a 7.3L tow monster - but 2WD with an automatic really kills the $30K notion.
 
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My 22' long truck fits in my garage........I did have the garage extended 5' when it was built though. Most important part of the house, LOL!
 
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So...is that a Ford body or is it an aftermarket job?
Aftermarket... but with some supportive and sort of secret assistance from Ford.

The story goes something like this... back in the early 1990's, Ford was working on revamping the truck line. The chief of Ford design at the time, whoever it was before Ford hired J Mays, was obsessed with curved lines, playing on the anchoring theme of the Ford oval. Examples... there is not one straight line in the early 90's era Mercury Sable. Everything is curved, inside and outside of the car. Even the rear window was a big oval. As was the Taurus stablemate. This curved concept bled into the Econoline redesign released for the 1992 model year, the first time the Econoline had changed body lines since 1975. The Econoline hood had rounded corners, and some body panel creases were non linear. Quite a departure from the rectangularity of the previous 16 year design cycle.

The F-Series truck was next on the design deck, and as the lines were drawn, again curvy and swoopy, a bit of push back was developing among the truck people at Ford. So management decided to put the design debate out to vote. Everyone knows what a 1997 F-150 looks like... hardly a straight line on the thing, inside or out. Well, picture a prototype of that curvy car like truck under wraps in a secret warehouse at an undisclosed location, some 3 or 4 years prior to 1997. And picture a few alternative designs, also under wraps inside the same warehouse. Now that the candidates were prepared, it was time to hold an election.

Ford invited professionals in the light truck upfit and application industry to this warehouse, showed them the new curvy F Series prototype (that eventually became the F-150), and hired a cleaning crew on stand by to clean up all the vomit that would ensue after the reveal. Yes, the cleaning crew was quite busy. Obviously I am taking some creative license here to embellish some details in this tale, but the basic story is true. Then Ford revealed the alternative designs, one of which was eventually finalized in 1995, and became the Ford Super Duty that we all drive today. This is how Ford arrived at the two cab platform. The truck people, within and outside of Ford, revolted against the everything must be curvy with no straight lines design approach that dominated the brand during that period. Car like curves had no place on a truck. While the curvy F-150 was already baked and released in 1997, that same year, Ford also hired a new chief designer (J Mays). Soon afterwards, the next generation (2004) F-150 straightened up a bit, and each generation thereafter retro evolved back into crisper and more masculine lines until the bodies between the heavy and light duty F-Series line were once again blended into one.

But getting back to that meeting in the secret warehouse. Dudley Dezonia, owner of Royal Truck Bodies, was an invited, along with his design team. They voted "no" on the curvy F-150 design for heavier duty trucks and chassis cabs. Thomas Cavanaugh, who eventually became either the marketing manager or the program manager (I forget which) for the new Super Duty line, chit chatted with DeZonia and team about a bed concept... creating a service body / utility bed that had a seamless appearance with whatever the new Super Duty body lines would end up being. One of the things that Cavanaugh wanted for the Super Duty program is to have all kinds of accessories available on the day the new body style truck first shipped to Ford dealers. You have to keep in mind, Dodge had just earthquaked the entire full sized truck market with their new 1994 body style... a seminal design with dropped front fenders and a tapered hood that evoked the look of a conventional cab Class 8 tractor, with the rumble of a Cummins to match. This is what Ford was up against with the new Super Duty line. The stakes were high. Dodge threw down the gauntlet. Ford was preparing to hit back, and hit hard.

As soon as the new Super Duty body was finalized (around late 1995 early 1996), Cavanaugh sent DeZonia a single line sketch. It was literally a single line. Not of the entire truck. Not of the bed of the truck. But simply the cross sectional profile of what the fleet side bed body line would look like, as if the bed had been put in a CAT scan machine, where just the sagittal plane of the outer sheet metal stamping was revealed. That's all DeZonia, and his design team from Mexico (professionally educated in Mexico, immigrated to the US) had to work with. And with that single line, they created the bed shown in the photo above, prior to ever seeing the actual Super Duty. And in so doing, the 56" cab axle single rear wheel version of this bed was available for sale at the same time that the then brand new Super Duty truck hit the market. But not without difficulty.

DeZonia's design team also had a design intern in the office, who decided, after studying that single profile line drawing provided by Ford, that surely Ford must be mistaken... the lower contour crease couldn't be that sharp in the transition to the lower belt line. So he softened the transition a bit. That was unfortunate. Not only did that dictate the crease in the dual wall steel doors (that are made of substantially thicker steel than Ford body sheet metal), but it also dictated the molds of the composite corner trim pieces that provide the finished appearance at the front and rear corners of the otherwise all steel bed. Once those molds were made, there was no going back. Even if the steel panels could be creased harder at the lower belt line, they wouldn't match the composite ends. So in essence, a compromised blend was settled upon, which was required anyway, because the Ford bed body tapers downward as well as tapers backward, and to maximize the interior volume of the storage compartments, that taper had to be disguised out of the design, so that it looked right, without actually being exactly like like a pickup bed, which wouldn't have afforded the cabinet room.

Did Ford approve of the design? Let's put it this way. After the single rear wheel 56" CA body was finished, DeZonia's design team immediately set about porting the concept over to the 60" cab to axle narrow frame chassis cab body, which had the additional complication of the dual rear wheel to accommodate, which legally required an extended fender well. That version of the body was prototyped on a retired fireman's personal order of an F-550 chassis cab. The dually body started selling in late 1999 for the 2000 model year, and Ford liked it so much that Ford featured a photo of this body in Ford's own towing guide for 2001, 2001.5 (when Ford upgraded the hitch platform and thus came out with all new numbers), 2002, and 2003, on page 13. Here's a photo of Ford's 2001 Towing Guide, showing the image of the bed, which is exactly like the bed and hitch of the truck in the Craigslist ad referenced above:



The original name for the bed was called the "Lock 'n Load". Full color, multipage brochures were designed, printed, and delivered to dealers all over the United States. It wasn't until after all those expenses were spent that who ever it was who owned the trademark to the use of "Lock 'N Load" piped up and put a stop to Royal Truck's usage of that name to describe this new bed. So Royal decided to use their own name in the bed name, and hence all new brochures had to be designed, printed, and delivered, with the name of Royal Sport... suggestive of the sportiness of the body, and the potential usages of the body for hobbies, like sport fishing, or RVing, rather than just work applications that service bodies are normally associated with.

Like many never before seen Ford accessories that were introduced with and available just in time for the new Super Duty, such as mind blowing (at the time) remotely operated power sliding rear window from CR Laurence, the pontoon style contoured and color keyed cab steps that were more elegantly finished looking than nerf bars, and provided a departure from running boards, or the behind the rear seat tool tray storage system... the new sculpted utility body from Royal Sport was available at any Ford dealer via special order. Royal Truck Body had "Ship Thru" status with Ford, which is an elevated status level of Ford Authorized Pool Accounts of Qualified Vehicle Modifiers, where the customer places an order for a new Ford truck at a Ford dealer, and the partially completed order ships from the Ford plant, either KTP or Cuautitlan (at that time), THRU the Ship Thru upfitter first (in this case Royal Truck Body) prior to the now completed vehicle being delivered to the dealer, where the customer eventually receives it.

Since Royal Truck Body was located on the west coast, it was an impractically costly vehicle delivery for someone in say, New York, who wanted this type of bed on their new truck. This was realized ahead of time, so an arrangement was made with a third party body broker, called ABC Truck Body, to handle all sales of the Royal Truck body. ABC had more of a presence in middle America and on the east coast. Royal made bodies in white, and shipped them by rail car to Kentucky, at a location near KTP, where the bodies sat awaiting paint. Only they couldn't be painted until a customer ordered a Ford truck (with the box delete option). The bed needed to match the cab color, and who knew what cab color a customer might want until the customer ordered the truck. So the bodies sat, unpainted, for longer and longer. Long enough for corrosion to overwhelm the prime coat, but not entirely obviously to the normal pace of business, where the workers who paint are paid to paint, not paid to judge whether or not microscopic corrosion has settled into the steel from an inadequate prime job combined with too long of unprotected outdoor exposure to the elements.

Hence, the entire project developed into a warranty disaster. Anyone walking by the Royal Truck Body plant in California around 2002 could see an entire graveyard of rusted bodies in the back field, stack after stack after stack of bodies piled up three units high. All rust perforated. All different colors. All with license plates from north eastern and rust belt states. That's what makes the California truck in the Craigslist ad above so much more valuable, in my experienced opinion. All the California destined trucks, like that in the ad, and like mine (a black one), were painted immediately after manufacturer at the plant of manufacture, in California. They never saw salted roads. They never rode in rail cars, while being sprayed with train wheel to rail rust dust for two or three thousand miles eastward, prior to paint. And trucks ordered for California, Arizona, Nevada... were shipped thru Royal, not through the facilities that ABC Body Company contracted with. And naturally, southwestern vehicles are known for not having the issues with corrosion that snowy states have that spray brine on the roads.

Back to this grave yard...the used and returned bodies were shipped back to the manufacturing plant in California to be cannibalized for parts to make new bodies. The composite parts don't rust, and usually not the entire body rusts, but only portions here and there. After first securing permission from the design team, I even grabbed a bumper off of one of these dead bodies myself, as I liked the original prototype Fey bumper, whose width was extended with form fitting custom cast aluminum corner caps, as opposed to the later designed all steel sculpted bumper with the plastic top cap, which Royal commissioned to be made as volume began increasing, due to the fact that a Royal bed doesn't taper at the tailgate like Ford's pick up bed does. That would give up a net 10" of cabinet depth, as the Ford 8' pickup bed is 10" narrower at the tail gate than it is at the cab. Hence, in no case can a stock Ford bumper be used on these Royal beds, whether single or dual.

As a business, this specter of a growing graveyard of unusably rusted beds returning from the east coast was unsustainable, even while DeZonia had also reached an agreement with GM to market a similar body for the Silverado and GMC line of trucks (specifically, the GMT800 platform body style). That body was called the Royal Summit. A different design team (also from Mexico) developed that body, so it has a few differences in terms of how the top lid integrates with the rest of the body, as well as how the over the wheel well cabinet functions. No dually version was ever developed for the Summit.

Royal bought all new equipment to produce both the Sport, Sport Dually, and Summit. State of the art stuff. Million dollar investments. And while these beds were super cool, offering a quantum leap in functionality for what otherwise appears as a normal pickup bed... the compartments, due to effort to keep within the width defined by the cab, were still not deep enough to replace the more practical functionality of the plain old ugly boxy utility body. Also, most service, contractor, and utility bodies have taller cabinets, that rise as much as a foot higher than the top of a pick up bed. The height of normal service body makes it impossible to tow a 5th wheel RV... but most companies who purchase service bodies are not purchasing them to tow 5th wheels, or even gooseneck equipment trailers for that matter. The majority of utility body volume sales are fleet and company purchases for the purposes of hauling tools of whatever trade the company is in. Looks do not matter. Price does. And the extra cost of making the Sport, the Sport Dually, and the Summit... was not worth the money to most companies. This was the gentlemen's service body, not the tradesman's.

So not only were these sculpted bodies not selling due to the higher price compared to the standard utility body, not only were they not commercially adopted due to the lack of storage space compared to the bigger, uglier service bodies, not only were they not well advertised due to a change in name early on, and due to an exclusive distributer arrangement with ABC Truck body that probably didn't serve Royal's best interests, not only were they a long time in coming, due to not being painted until the customer ordered the truck, and when the cab and bed were brought together, the paint didn't always match exactly to the standards of a customer who was particular enough to spend $8K to $9K on a bed... but when east coast and rust belt customers received their long awaited dream trucks, the beds were rusting within a year or two. This was not a sustainable business.

And then suddenly one night, all that expensive plant manufacturing equipment mysteriously burned in a fire. I want to say this was around late 2003 to mid 2004. There has been speculation about the cause of this fire. Obviously there was insurance. But at the end of it all, there was no more Royal Sport, Royal Sport Dually, or Royal Summit manufacturing ever again. Royal let the design patents expire on all of the bodies. Only what was built remains, and only those bodies whose early life from the date of manufacture to the date of painting to the date of delivery, and whose subsequent life all remained predominately in California, or dry southwestern states with no salt, have survived fully in tact today in the condition such as you see in the Craigslist ad that caught my eye. If I didn't already own a California born and bred version of this truck, I'd buy it myself. But I don't need two.
 
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This small print is killing me!

I like the look of the truck.
 
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seller attitude and cluelessness.
Agreed. "Aluminum wheels"? Really? The seller can't tell the difference between a stainless steel hubcap over a steel wheel, versus aluminum?

The seller thinks he/she knows what they have, but I don't think the seller really knows what they have, or what exactly is valuable about it. There are numerous reasons why that truck could potentially be more valuable to a Californian. Because the VIN coding is over 14K GVWR (the seller at least got that right, at 17,500 GVWR) this means no biennial smog equipment inspections required, regardless of what county or air quality management district you live in. That is a key potential desirable point to this particular truck that the seller is most likely clueless about as he/she waxes on and on about the so called legendary 7.3L.

There are several key reasons an astute buyer would consider this truck, not all of which I will disclose, but all of which are regulatory in nature, and which depend on the planned usage of the truck. For anyone intending to use a truck like this solely for personal and recreational purposes, like towing a 5th wheel trailer... this could potentially be a ticket to freedom from biennial state inspections, with a newer than 1997 diesel pickup truck, with an older than 2010 engine, and without regens, egr, or def. Any potential buyer might want to consider more factors than what the seller is blathering about, if in the market for a non commercial use truck having this capacity. There is a reason I took the time to let my brothers and sisters on FTE know about this. And the reason definitely isn't the seller.
 
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I've never seen that bed before..but I like it.
Unique truck for sure.
 
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This small print is killing me!

I like the look of the truck.
If you press ctrl+ you will increase page size (and print) and ctrl- it will reduce it.
 
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Who has time to read all that stuff? I just looked at the pictures and the price - was enough for me.

Here's one from my area: https://prescott.craigslist.org/cto/...544059409.html
 
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Thanks Mark, but I'm using an iPad...




Here's one from my area, I couldn't do yellow but rebuilt engine would be tempting.

https://denver.craigslist.org/cto/d/...534263416.html
 
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Y2KW57, awesome story. I've seen these body's a few times and always thought they were cool. But as you said up here in Michigan almost 20 years of salt has had there toll.
 

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