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Old 10-09-2007, 03:10 PM
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A custom Excursion-650

eBay Motors: Ford : Excursion (item 280159570624 end time Oct-10-07 14:25:00 PDT)

check out this stretched up and lifted Ex! this is good stuff! even has an f650 front end conversion, doesn't look to be a 650 from the start. pretty sweet!
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That is pretty unique looking. For that kind of price you can get one of the F650 XUV's.
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looks like they just put a camper shell on a dually and cut open the bedto connect the back seat

badazz though
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thats prety cool! I think they shoulda given more pics tho.
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Ohh my...I guess I'll be the first to say
that I dont really care the look much at all.
To me..it looks unfinished.The front end is
way overkill for the small lift/tires IMO only

If this truck had 39's with the right lift it
would really look much better.IMO,the front end
and the dually 1/4's need to be joined somehow
otherwise it looks silly the way it sits.But if it
were that big,then the interior wouldnt be as
functional,which I think looks great
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Old 10-09-2007, 04:46 PM
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Ohh my...I guess I'll be the first to say
that I dont really care the look much at all.
To me..it looks unfinished.The front end is
way overkill for the small lift/tires IMO only

If this truck had 39's with the right lift it
would really look much better.IMO,the front end
and the dually 1/4's need to be joined somehow
otherwise it looks silly the way it sits.But if it
were that big,then the interior wouldnt be as
functional,which I think looks great
I agree! put 8" of lift and some bigger meats underneath, and NOW we'd be talkin big time! good point
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Old 10-10-2007, 03:47 AM
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I like it just how it is! That thing is sweet! Wish I had that kinda coin to throw down

acutally would like to see one like that, but with a stock-ish interior for a family hauler..heheheh
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Old 10-10-2007, 03:57 AM
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nope don't lie it, and if ya got 125k in it why take some more freakin pics to show it off
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