Interesting SuperStructure Service Body In Action

I was driving one day and saw this truck and just had to stop and take some shots. It belongs to the City of Fairfield, CA and is a 9' Service Body with a roof, often called a SuperStructure Body. This one was sold by North Bay Truck Body in Cordelia, CA.

Here's why I thought it was interesting:
  • It is full stand up height (over 75")
  • It has a horizontal series design on both sides. This is where the horizontal compartment is extended to the rear of the truck and a smaller compartment below. This is very useful for certain tools and equipment and is typically a no charge option with body companies, but to get it, you have to ask for it.
  • It has a slightly raised front compartment on both sides. This is very interesting with the superstructure and is the first I've ever seen quite this way.
  • It has a liftgate with the bumper ends for a clean installation.
  • It has LED lights.
  • It's a 9' unit which is short and this kind of rig is more common in an 11' model.
  • It is mounted on a Ford F450 V10 Gas, so they must be expecting to carry seriously heavy items.
  • There's a step mounted in the trailer receiver.

I love seeing trucks in action and especially the slightly unusual. This is a great truck to see.

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