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Old 02-21-2008
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Good news, just heard this truck is very rare! Woot! Plus the make of the truck "Brahma" is a serious trail rig truck. Only few were made. yes.

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eh, 'seriosu trail rig' are u kidding? anything factory is not a 'trail rig' by any means. I agree with everyone and I say restore it. You may have a serious chunk of cash sitting their in value... You should try to find out what one is worth restored.
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"I've started to research your rig and this is what I have turned up so far. your truck was converted by Brahma and the conversions were aparrently ment to be serious trail rigs. Thanks for sharing I had no Idea your type of courier existed."
Some dude said this off of fordcouriercollectors forum.
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I would sell it for scrap. But, thats just me.
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I would sell it for scrap. But, thats just me.
I don't like no smart asses.
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scrap pffff haters. Thats a sweet truck. Is it a straight axle frontend? Hard to tell from the pics, but it kinda looks like it.


If it has a straight axle up front it could easily be a serious trail rig, it would just need a little more height and tire.
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scrap pffff haters. Thats a sweet truck. Is it a straight axle frontend? Hard to tell from the pics, but it kinda looks like it.


If it has a straight axle up front it could easily be a serious trail rig, it would just need a little more height and tire.
I plan to put like a 3 inch lift on it and put Super Swampers all away around.
Then I plan to put a Snorkel on it, und a roll bar.
The grille gaurd is orignal on it though.

I have to check if it is frontend. I think it is.
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Restore It!
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