Saturday, November 7, 2009

Extend-a-cab






Pickup Extend-a-cab - $350 (IL)
Pickup truck extend-a-cab: Fiberglass unit to add to existing cab with 2 opposing seats and a back exit door. I used this on my 85 Dodge when showing horses and pulling a gooseneck horse trailer and also when pulling our camper and it gave us some extra room with out buying a crew cab truck. I purchased this new at the cost of 1200.00 even at that time it was more expense than a full size topper but you couldn't use a topper and a gooseneck together. I have had this sold a couple times but then the people although said they were buying it never came back with the cash. If you bring cash, and make a reasonable offer , we can deal. It has a small hole in the door panel where a garden tractor got to close. It will fit the dodges and fords of the 80s but I don't know what else. I have quite a few photos that I can e-mail. Mounting Total width is 69" with a 4" x 32 1/2' lip on both sides. Burgandy in color but some of the clearcoat is pealing off.

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Is it legal to have someone sitting in this thing when you are driving??  Are there seatbelts?

Save money by not getting a true extended cab??  Not me  :-)

(Updated Nov 2 post with more pics)

2 comments:

  1. Well,
    If you have a gooseneck, you probably have a tackroom...
    Or, you could probably afford an extended cab...

    This is just so odd.

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  2. It would seem to me that it would get in the way of a GN when you were making sharp turns.

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