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Old 04-18-2012, 03:38 PM   #51
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99 gmc suburban. Last year of the 350 even if it's not a true 350. Easy to work on. And reliable with less than 190k miles
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Sweet!! Where does hoot ride? Probably anywhere he wants, hell he might even drive it!
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Sweet!! Where does hoot ride? Probably anywhere he wants, hell he might even drive it!
He is big enough to drive, he had the entire backseat to himself the other day
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That's a sweet ride I love the chargers
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Little deuce coup with flat head mill. : )
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Oh, for you Jeep owners, since someone already mentioned this, there's some really good service and such info on the site www.cherokeeforum.com about the "death wobble". It's not uncommon for us Jeepers to have to deal with who own past generation Cherokees, Wranglers, and Grand Cherokees. It's a forum much like this one, civil and informative.
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To be perfectly honest other than my totally restored 1988 Pontiac Trans Am. I do not like cars very well after driving my Chev.Suburban, GMC Yukon XL and recently the newer Chev. Silverado. I think cars are sharp but prefer the larger vehicles for comfort, visibility, 4 X Drive, and cargo room being in the business I am in. Also hauling around a 88 Lb. Yellow Lab who is my baby!
Oh did I mention the man eating ferocious 10 Lb. Min-Pin we recently rescued. Lexi! Just joking she is a sweet heart and almost like she seems to be aware we saved her. The idiots were going to put he to sleep since they were tired of her! The larger vehicles do well with them while traveling some 60-70,000+ miles per year.
But man some of you guys here on the thread have some fine looking cars and vehicles. And should be proud of them!

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MWray!

That is NICE! Good Job!

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