Sweet Looking Ford Service Body!

Kimberly from Harbor Truck Bodies sent me another good one. This is a 9' Service Body on an uplevel Ford 56"CA Box Delete Chassis. Looks wonderful. The interesting part for me is how nicely this shows off the advantage of the horizontal series, which it a no charge option. This makes the horizontal box over the wheels extend to the end of the body and instead of a vertical compartment in the rear, it has a smaller square box below. This option allows a wide variety of tools, parts and other gear to fit in that long horizontal box. It's a great option.

The other interesting thing is that it has a Raised Cargo Bed Enclosure. I've seen and sold a number of those, but this one looks like a permanent top instead of the typical roll top. Notice the light on the inside roof and also how closely the rack fits to the top. It also has a conduit box mounted in the center. That's the first I've seen mounted that way. It is usually on one side or the other.

There are some other minor options, like the Stainless Steel Vise Bracket, but all in all, this is one sweet looking truck! Great job Harbor, and thanks Kimberly.

If there are any other interesting units you may run across or build, you are free to send some photos and a short story. Send them to Tminion@commercialtrucksuccess.com. Kimberly does!

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