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Old 10-24-2011
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Camper shell

How bad would an older camper shell look on a newer truck? I know its been done with the rangers but not sure about the F150's. I have found a few for the previous gen F150 for cheap compared to the ones for the newer. I really don't want to spend $1000+ (cheapest I can find) to use it only a few times a year. I would just use it for camping really.

Here is one I found. (Its not the right size just a picture for reference)

http://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/pts/2665586689.html
 
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well for one if you are just using it a few times a year for camping, I wouldn't worry about it too much. of course youll end up making some big expedition rig out of it...

i think it would look fine anyway though.
 
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Go with an aluminum one if you can find it.
If only using a few times a year they are much lighter than a fiberglass , hence easier to put on/take off.
 
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