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Anyone identify what this truck is?


Can you Identify this car?


Can you Identify this car?


How about this weird little number?


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1) some old European truck?

2) '68 Mercury Cyclone

3) custom based on a '63 T-Bird

4) Bedford van

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I think that pickup is a Mercedes, if I can trust the grillework.

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I agree ........ it's a Merc, and the Bedford is a pickup from the looks of it.

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Thanks all, I thought they were pretty cool pictures, so after some more research the 2nd car is a 68 Mercury Cyclone GT 500 did not realize they built this but a very cool car.

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