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1953 F-600 4-door dually - OPINION

 
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and here is one of the rear fenders im starting on for the '78 f600 bronco
 
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the bed...
A few ideas here
 
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Joe D,

sorry, I should have specified that the pics were found on the net some time ago. Not my truck.

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Crew Cab Photo Edit

Can any one tell me how to edit the truck photos so i can design my crew cab truck before i start chopping.It will save me time and money to see what the finished product will look like thanks.
 
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Can any one tell me how to edit the truck photos so i can design my crew cab truck before i start chopping.It will save me time and money to see what the finished product will look like thanks.
What year is the truck? I dont mind doing one for you if you have a decent square on side view.
Look up gimp photo editing, its free.
heres a 61-66 f800:
 
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Vintage56, sweat ride you are building there!!!
 
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Okay, can't steal credit.

I was in a hurry when posting pics and failed to disclose that the tandem rear crew cab coe isn't mine. I'm definitely taking notes and studying the pics, though. I've gone thru and editted the postings to better clarify, not mine...

sorry for the confusion, fellas.

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wrong year but its a 4 door

its my 48 coe
 
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Great work on stretching out those fenders man... Even with the satin black on there I don't see the joints.
 
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Hi Dave. You should build a 4 door? You have the tools and talent. Then you could pull that big-*** trailer and haul all of us. LOL
 
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I know this is an older thread. but wow. I can't wait to buy my f600 and get started. You guys helped me out alot,with the picture i want.
Did you ever build a crew cab?
 
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Hi Dave. You should build a 4 door? You have the tools and talent. Then you could pull that big-*** trailer and haul all of us. LOL
Hey Bill,What's up Man??? I'm still waiting for those valances you have. I recently bought a '54 COE cab Big Job with title that I will probably put on the '93 E-350 ambulance package diesel van chassis I have unless I can come up with a dually 4WD diesel rolling chassis. I have a build thred started on my message board and if you want to see it just click on Another COE project... I don't plan on a crew cab or a sleeper, just a bob tail for hauling all sorts of trailers, fifth wheel, gooseneck and conventional. I also just bought a brand new 20 foot tilt deck that will haul 8,500 pounds with an 8,000# Warn winch. Even got it ordered with metalic blue paint to match the the Super Duty.Get in touch with me Man, I need those valances.Later Man...
 
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Will do,Dave. They are on my other property. Will see if SOME WAY TO MEET UP.
Have a good Christmas.
 
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Will do,Dave. They are on my other property. Will see if SOME WAY TO MEET UP.
Have a good Christmas.
I'm on it Man... The number is still 740-236-4007. You too on the Christmas thing.
 
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I know this is an ole thread, but wow there is some stuff here.

Been looking for a couple of years now for a 53-56 F5/6/7 fire engine four door truck to bring back to life as a Super Pickup. I love the tandem COE in the pictures, would be real interested in how the drives work, last time I did anything like that I used a Duce and a half transfer case and toploader axles.

I am thinking about a Non-COE project based on either a 550 ford or a 5500 Dodge chassis, would love to incorporate the tandem rear design in.

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