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eyes to the rear wheels, or more specifically, their relative location compared to the regular version above it. It was the only American pickup of its kind, and still keep an eight foot bed. The slide-in pickup was a splendid invention; it gave Dad a truck to drive to work during the week while Mom vintage bronco spare tire cover
the Ranch Wagon. But Americans are prone to overloading, and these rigs became famous for their proclivity to end upside down in the ditch. I once got picked up hitchiking by one of these; there were two combined families aboard, with lots of kids and dogs stuffed everywhere. Something had to be done.