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salem

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My niece sent a picture of a Ford Dually with three seats (6 doors) she had seen driving down the road. I couldn't tell from the picture if it was gas or diesel. Are they special order type trucks or is it just me who's never seen one? Wonder how far they go between gas stations?

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Posted: 08/20/12 09:52pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I would suspect it was custom built. It would seem to me that it would be like driving a large motor home. Probably about 26 feet long. It probably seats at least 6 and maybe up to 9.

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Was it something like this?
http://extremesupertruck.com/supertruck_m109.html

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Goducks10: No, it looked like a regular 3/4 ton, just the "stretch" version.

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Posted: 08/21/12 12:58am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

http://epi911.com/epi911trucks.html

You don't order them this way from a dealer, it's an aftermarket 'modification'. I'm sure other companies make them too, this was just the first one that popped up when I googled it.



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Reminds me of the stretch limo Hummer. I suspect as mentioned its an aftermarket customization.


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It's a work truck. Crew cab for large construction crews. Deffinetly not a waste of money.


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I want one ... gotta be diesel though!


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Posted: 08/21/12 07:34am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

when camping up in NY this summer, I saw a guy with a F350 with the 3 door mod. He told me he has 6 kids, and a 30+ foot 5th wheel. He said the mod cost him ~$30K...on top of the price of the truck.


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daddyrvpilot wrote:

It's a work truck. Crew cab for large construction crews. Deffinetly not a waste of money.


What he said. I've seen them quite often. Usually full of workers.

Saw one at a dealership and the window sticker for the extension said it was a $17,000 aftermarket option.

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