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Posted: 08/25/19 11:30pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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This one has a bit of Patina on it
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It's not a pickup truck, it's a flatbed?


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Grit dog wrote:

It's not a pickup truck, it's a flatbed?


I didn't see the second pic.... Which one you talking about?

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Grit dog wrote:

It's not a pickup truck, it's a flatbed?

No had a Pickup bed changed to a flatbed

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Grit dog wrote:

Grit dog wrote:

It's not a pickup truck, it's a flatbed?


I didn't see the second pic.... Which one you talking about?

Both of them they have something in common, but are pretty unusual

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Somebody moved the steering wheel ??

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Somebody moved the steering wheel ??

Your on the right track, but that is not what is suprising

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Bedford Trucks?

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gbopp wrote:

Bedford Trucks?

Go to the top of the Class. Yes they are the GM Bedford Pickup Truck, produced in England.
Hard to imagine it , but Europeans did produce Pickups until the Mid 60's. They have never been popular, although VW is producing the Amarok a V6 Diesel, which will have 300hp.
So this which was derived from below replaces Pickup Trucks in Europe. So it's GVWR ranges from 7,700lb GVWR to 15,400lb GVWR
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Does this in Australia and similar loads over there
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Lighter Earlier version towing a Tractor
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Europe has plenty of pickups. It's just that they are usually configured with Van cockpits and flatbeds with removable sides.

Mostly get used for commercial work. Not so much as grocery getters.


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