Contractor Bodies

The Scelzi Contractor Body is the perfect choice for busy work truck crews. The Super Contractor (shown below) features an added top toolbox for extra storage. 

Contractor Flatbed Bodies

In addition to these models and sizes, truck bodies can be customized.

 Model  Length  CA
 CTFB-7/9 108" - 9 ft 56/60
CTFB-8/10 120" - 10 ft 60 
CTFB-8/12  144" - 12 ft  84 
CTFB-8/14  168" - 14ft   108 
 SCTFB-8/12 144" - 9ft
Super Contractor
84 

Key Features of Contractor Bodies

All Scelzi Contractor flatbed bodies share certain key features including:
• Standard body is painted white
• Three point latching system on all compartment doors
• Gas shocks on open top compartments and vertical doors
• Super Contractor bodies have additional storage options
• Stainless steel tubing around wheel well openings
• Floor and side racks can be constructed of aluminum or wood
• All Contractor bodies can be ordered with a standard or fork lift accessible material rack

Downloadable Body Info

Download more detailed information about these truck bodies.

Contractor Body Specification Sheet
Scelzi Truck Body Complete Catalog


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CONTRACTOR Body - Photo Gallery

Some recent examples of Scelzi CONTRACTOR Bodies. Some photos show optional upgrades that are not standard equipment.

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Also Consider: Combo Bodies

Combo bodies are styled differently than a Contractor but are often chosen as a companion work truck as part of a fleet. See a Scelzi Combo body.


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Why Choose Scelzi

Since we began building truck bodies in 1979, Scelzi Enterprises has focused on unique styling, American ingenuity and craftsmanship, and an unwavering commitment to Quality. We use the best materials, best equipment, and a great team of truck building professionals to make products that are as durable and tough as they are attractive. Compare our products side by side with any other truck body and you will see the Scelzi difference.