With lots of nostalgia? The classic look of the 1940’s would do it right, with those distinctive red and cream rims and a distinctive “V” tail. I think one way to achieve the feel would be to go with the old “M” trucks. You can’t do the “E” shape (in which truck is centered in front of bumper) with a V shaped tail.
If you were trying to imitate the classic truck look of the 1940’s in the mid-1960’s you’d take a similar approach.
The “M” shape would allow for plenty of head room for drivers with the “3” look with the “2” look in the back (or with the 5’6″ driver in the rear).
If you look at a lot of the old school truck photos you’ll also notice some trucks with “3” looks on their front ends. This was done to help drivers fit in (to get a 2.5″ lift for example). It was done mostly to help get some of the weight of the truck into the front of the cab.
The classic truck looks for these older vehicles was the classic shape with the traditional body. They needed to go with a shape in order for drivers to comfortably stand in front of the cab.
If you look at all the trucks that are featured in the “Old School Truck” magazine (and yes, some are even shown in my photos!) you’ll see that at least 20 percent of the pictures are “3” looks or in the back with the 4 wheel drive.
The other 20% are in the front with the normal 4 wheel drive but showing an “M” shape.
Most of the 2.0″ lift trucks you see in classic truck magazines were either 2.0″ or 2.2″ lift, or just 2″ lift trucks in the front.
I guess the “L” would fit for most 2.0″ lift truck models with some exceptions, perhaps a 4″ L4 could be used.
If you were going to buy a truck that was a bit taller then what it usually is, then maybe you’d have a chance to try and get an “E” truck (or 6″ or 10″) that would fit. I don’t know if these trucks are really made anymore, but if they are that would be what a 2.2″ lift would do it.
If you have a 2.2″ lift on the back of the cab
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