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Old 06-13-2018, 11:36 PM
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Yuck X3!!!!
 
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Yuck X3!!!!
Aww come on now don't hold back , tell us how you really feel . LOL
 
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I usually don't hold too strong an opinion one way or another but on this build the width of the "bed" really detracts from the flow of the body. If the rear was wide enough to cover the rear tires and was more aligned with the cab then the truck wouldn't be quite so ugly. If you are going to put a box on the back like a RPU then do it, but don't put a body section that is designed with rear fenders and then squeeze it down between the tires.
 
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If you are referring to the op I totally agree . But in my mind a small motorcycle style rear fender widened to fit the tire and contoured to fit the body side would keep with the overall direction of the truck without distracting from the work already done . Just me waking up at 3am with my mind working ..lol
 
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I would have just tubbed that old falcon and fender flares?? No I don't miss my old falcon 2 speed auto and all from 35 years ago. looks like a 60??

Like the other 2 more!!
 
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This is another one I like too..
Oooooooohhhh, I want one of those now. I need to learn more fab work ..... and a bigger space to work with.
 
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Old 06-14-2018, 05:02 PM
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Oooooooohhhh, I want one of those now. I need to learn more fab work ..... and a bigger space to work with.
Fab work? Yank off the fenders and inner fenders, take a sawzall to the grille and cut the headlights off, and there you go.
 
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Fab work? Yank off the fenders and inner fenders, take a sawzall to the grille and cut the headlights off, and there you go.
If you know how to sawzall that suspension into place, I will eat my own socks.
 
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Old 06-16-2018, 05:45 PM
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the gray one reminds me of of a super mod with the wide tires. I lilke it. and would like to see it go around on an asphalt track.
 
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