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I'd call that more of a cargo net than a cage.
On further thought, it's probably something (a pet kennel?) added by subsequent private owners. They likely would have removed any caging when decommissioning it from whatever use.

We have very different views on what constitutes netting...
 

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Saw this F150 in the JY yesterday. Factory yellow 2wd with a DSO of 16-5053. DSO 16 is Philly. It also had a black interior.







The yellow has a paint code of w6644, which is a similar code to Omaha Orange that the Highway Dept uses. However I'm not having luck finding this yellow.
 

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Tabernacle Rescue Squad in NJ may have one of the oldest, most pristine Bronco still in service today. Check it out (photos courtesy of Tabernacle Rescue Squad's website).

It's a 1986 FSB, Rescue Unit # 4393:
Info on it: Tabernacle Rescue Squad - 4393
#4393 is still in service as of 2019; I see it every now and then, still out and about, looking nearly brand new!
 

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Saw this yellow f150 in the yards yesterday. Basic model 4x4, with an A-pillar spotlight. No other discerning features. Not sure if it was a highway, railroad, or what vehicle.

Special M6284 paint code

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