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Autotrader Find: 1993 Ford F-350 With Six Doors

The vehicle you see here is, uh, a little unusual. It’s a Ford F-350 … but it’s also a Ford Bronco. And it’s also a limo. What I mean by this is, it’s officially an F-350, but it has the rear end and bed cap from a Bronco, and, most importantly, it has six doors.

There’s a lot to unpack here, so I’ll start with what I know. This thing started life as a Ford F-350, and at some point it was given a stretch to have six doors and the rear end from a Bronco. This isn’t as unusual as you might think: In the 1980s, when Chevrolet had the Suburban and Ford had no close competitor, a company named Centurion popped up and started making 4-door Bronco models based on the F-Series, for customers who wanted a Suburban-sized vehicle from Ford.

The weird part, of course, is that it has six doors, which you don’t see very often. Or, in fact, ever. On the inside, the 6-door truck looks a lot like a 3-row SUV, except that the back row has its own extra doors. The outside is handsome, finished in silver with nice accents, and the truck is lifted so you can go off-roading with all of your friends and their gear.

Unfortunately, we don’t know the truck’s current mileage. The Carfax report shows that the truck had 189,000 miles just a few months ago, but it’s worth noting that it’s hard to know when the 6-door conversion and other modernizing was done — so it may not be 189,000 miles on all the components. As for the price, it isn’t disclosed; the selling dealer — Thiel Motor Sales in rural DeWitt, Iowa — suggests prospective buyers call instead. That’s probably because this thing isn’t cheap — but then again, it shouldn’t be, given its custom status.

Doug DeMuro is an automotive journalist who has written for many online and magazine publications. He once owned a Nissan Cube and a Ferrari 360 Modena. At the same time.

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  1. There are a few weird things about this. Ford Crew cabs did not have power rear doors until I think 1994. If you had an XLT (top of the line) with power windows, the rear passengers had to slum it. This looks to be that set up. Also the rear removable roof is from an older model as it has no CHMSL which was on all 92-96 Broncos. Also the tailgate panel is red which was for 87-91 Broncos. 92-96 had a black stripe instead. Also it is missing it’s tire carrier, but it had one as you can see the mounting holes. I have never seen a “Factory” Centurion that had the rear tire carrier. I think this is some home made thing. 

  2. $50K and you still get manual windows!  Anyway, this is impressive.  Is it $50K impressive?  No.  Is it maybe $30K impressive?  If you take off the terrible pinstriping it might be.

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Doug DeMuro writes articles and makes videos, mainly about cars. Doug was born in Denver, Colorado, and received an economics degree from Emory University in Atlanta. After graduation, Doug spent three years working for Porsche Cars North America. Eventually, he quit his job to become a writer, largely because it meant that he no longer had to wear pants. Doug’s work has been featured in a... Read More about Doug Demuro

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