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    Anyone ever see one of these? Chevy Longfoot with a 12’ bed.

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    Looks like like they were conversions, not factory

    Back in the 70s, special camper editions of pickups were a thing. These trucks often offered an additional foot in the bed to accommodate putting a longer camper shell on it. Taking the thinking of longer is better, aftermarket companies started building all sorts of different bed lengths. The various Longfoot pickups found online have various lengths with the longest we have seen at 12′. Chevy trucks back then were less complex than they are today making the conversion quite simple. Converters would weld metal from different beds together and paint the new bed to match the truck. Then, they would weld additional metal on the frame and bolt the bed on top of this new frame. Finally, they would install new extra-long metal brake lines and extend the electrical for the tail lamps. You now have an extra-long pickup frame.
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    Back in the day, GM made a camper special, came with tie down points on the box / top edge of fenders for slide in camper plus h/d suspension on an 8' box.



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    "If your wife is having a good time and you're not,
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    was pretty cold this morning so I decided to try out the remote start

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    its a good model only about ten years old, complains sometimes and have to feed it a lot but the truck was warm when I got out to it so I think ill keep it around

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