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2001 Ford F 350 Rear Three Quarter

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There’s something sexy about a regular cab shortbed truck. But add body mods like those found on this truck and it becomes downright seductive. To create this truck, the regular cab longbed donor vehicle was almost completely disassembled. Sixteen inches of the chassis was removed to compensate for the shorter salvage yard-sourced six-foot shortbed. After the chassis was re-welded the area was reinforced with 3/16-inch steel plates and then all the unused holes in the frame were filled before it was painted House of Kolor Tangelo Orange to match the exterior of the truck. Speaking of the trucks exterior, it underwent significant modifications, the majority of which are from Hannemann Fiberglass. The list includes 5-inch-bulge front fiberglass quarter-panels, 5-inch-bulge fiberglass bedsides, a fiberglass cowl hood, and a front bumper. Other exterior mods include a custom grille and headlights, Back Country Accessories nerf bars, Recon smoked marker light lenses with LED lights, and a rear bumper from a ’08 S