Mark Beeler class 8000

baja stu

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I’m building a 1966 F100 and I’m in the hunt for a guy named Mark Beeler that use to run a class 8000 in BITD. I know he was in Camp Verde, AZ area and use to own an ice cream company. I heard that he has a mold for the rear fiberglass bedsides for a 1960-1966 f100. I’d love to get my hands on some bedsides or the mold. If anyone has his contact info, please reach out.
The first three are of my truck and the fourth is Mark’s class 8000
 

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You might also call Steven at OK Tire in Winchester Ca he built a Racer prerunner and had rear glass made for his. He owns the rights to the mold and I believe trailer products built the fenders. Here's the link to his build thread on here.

 

baja stu

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You might also call Steven at OK Tire in Winchester Ca he built a Racer prerunner and had rear glass made for his. He owns the rights to the mold and I believe trailer products built the fenders. Here's the link to his build thread on here.

That’s a dent side F100. Different year and body style.
 

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I've been wondering what happened to Beeler's truck. Sad to hear it was wadded up. Loved watching that truck when I was younger.
 

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That's a really nice truck. US Body Source in Florida makes bedsides for a '66. Street and race weight. I have purchased two hoods from them through the years. They are choppered, not hand laid.
 

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That's a really nice truck. US Body Source in Florida makes bedsides for a '66. Street and race weight. I have purchased two hoods from them through the years. They are choppered, not hand laid.
Thanks for the info. I checked them out a few years ago and was hoping that someone already made some flaired bedsides. After all, my truck is only 88” track width.
US body would be an alternative if I can’t source them.
 

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Your lucky day he is my neighbor and I have been picking parts off that truck for awhile now the crash tore the truck apart and there’s not much left of it I can ask about the molds.
Any luck ?
 
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