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I saw this truck at Cruis'in the Coast. I'm guessing its a mid 1930's to early 1940's ford that was stretched to 4 doors. Anyone know anything or have an opinion. I think it's pretty cool either way.
 

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Very nice,Certainly not stock :party0031:
 

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I would say it is stretched unless originally it had a flat bed or something, then they added the extra cab and a normal pickup box.

Good looking truck.
 

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Henrey never built them that way... I like it... Later, Dave
 

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It's well done!
Appears to have a late model suspension/frame under it.
We saw them driving it down Hwy.90 Friday and it sounds like a Cummins diesel.
There was also a 56? Ford truck with 4 doors that looked pretty good too-It was a nice tu-tone gray color.
(I love these conversions!)
Mike.:)
 

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Could it not have been a special version, custom body built from the beginning? I'm thinking fire truck. :confused0006:
(Then it would not have had a flat bed from the start)
 

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I was just guessing what it was!
Like you suggested-it could be anything.
There's so many custom-built classics,you can't tell what was original or hand made.Even on close inspection,you have to ask the owner what it was!
That's what makes it such a great event,everybody brings what they built-good,bad and ugly!
I like them all!
Mike.:)
 

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There in a partly done stretch cab, pre-war for sale between Monroe Mi and Toledo. Appears to be cab and front end only. I don't know what the price is, but it look good driving by.
 
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