yes it is a swepty it just happens to be a utiline bed version and not the sweptside the sweptline refers to the cab design not the bed they ran from '61 to '71 go check out sweptline.org
That's the bed, from '57 (or '58) to '86 or later. If you want to use that to refer to the cab, okay, but that is the bed. It's a pretty cool body style in my opinion, but I like the '72-ups and below '60s a bit better. I'm well aware this cab style is often called sweptline due to not having anything better to call it, but there were/are sweptlines before and after it. Most '72-up trucks were. But since utilines became less common and dually bed mods eventually replaced them, the fact that all '93s were sweptlines wasn't a big deal. So it's the same style as some sweptlines, but not all. Sweptlines started in the late '50s, caught on through the '60s, and were the norm in the '70s. Those awesome stepside fenders looked good, but restricted bed space and weren't a big deal if the truck was just getting a new bed or keeping the same wheels.
Back to the topic though, that's an interesting way to do it, I like that idea.