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Old 02-14-2010, 02:24 PM
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But he said it was a dually.... They make a shortbed dually in a crew(my wife's company has one), but like I said, the fiberglass dually fender goes almost to the front of the bed.
Oh,I wasn't sure if he had seen one or what.

But,my post still helps,cause it proves that there are weird things in other countries.The U.S hasn't seen an F100 since 83,yet it's still alive in South America.
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Old 02-14-2010, 03:31 PM
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Oh OK, that picture you posted is a 150.....in Superduty sheet metal?
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Well I have never seen one before the other day kinda got my hopes up, thanks Ducky for crushing my hopes and dreams. Old people seesh..



And its a 5 speed to boot..
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Oh OK, that picture you posted is a 150.....in Superduty sheet metal?
Actually,it's an F100 in Super Duty sheet metal.I guess down in South America,all the F-Series look the same,unlike here where the F150 is different from the F250-up.


And Tex,that's a longbed.
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Be easy to do cut frame/drive shat and get a short bed. Gap between cab and bed looks big .

Be great to a 5th wheel hauler tight turning raidius .
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Actually,it's an F100 in Super Duty sheet metal.I guess down in South America,all the F-Series look the same,unlike here where the F150 is different from the F250-up.
It was not an equivalent to the American F-100/150, actually it's a Brazilian-made F-250 which was also exported to Argentina and Uruguay. It retained the F-100 nameplate only in Argentina as a matter of tradition, but it's a 2WD F-250. Unlike the RHD exports and the 4WD, the Brazilian 2WD F-250 retained the short-bed layout carried over from the F-1000 (a local OBS equivalent to the F-250). As it just didn't make sense to keep the tooling for two distinct cabin designs, and vehicles with a payload below one metric ton are not legally entitled to be fitted with a Diesel engine in the Brazilian market, unless they're either 4WD or accomodate at least 9 passengers plus driver, Ford prefered to concentrate efforts in the Super Duty.
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