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Old 11-11-2011, 10:36 PM   #21
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I drive a 1977 Ford pickup which I bought new. It only has 21000 miles on it and has been garage kept. I've had a company vehicle since 76, but I retired this year and I have to drive my own vehicle now.
It's just as dependable as the old colts I shoot.

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Old 11-11-2011, 10:47 PM   #22
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2008 350 Z Nismo
Gotta have a fun, fast, road hugging car
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2005 Yamaha warrior 1700cc
Can't live without a bike or two.
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1984 ford f150 to pull the ranger bass boat
Best $1500.00 truck I ever bought 92,000 miles and doesn't use oil yet.
Not worth a picture really.

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My wife and I ride together to work, a round trip of 90 miles a day. No matter what I buy, it has to be good on gas and it will be worthless in less than four years. We are now driving a Kia Rio with 150,000 miles and surprisingly it has really held up well. The only "repair" has been a timing chain that I was paranoid about breaking, and a set of brakes.

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07 F-150 traded my 04 Tacoma in on it, I really loved the Toyota, but new Ford gets better gas mileageand I love the heated leather seats and all the extra room!

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And in the warm weather a '79 Sporty.

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I drive a '92 chevy 3500 4x4, because it was given to me by my uncle who bought it from my grandfatherbefore he died, so I'm kinda sentimental about it which is why I haven't sold it and bought something that gets a little better gas mileage... That and it'll handle anything you can throw at it, heck I've uprooted an oak tree and drug it across the yard with it!

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It snows quite a bit here. Still like a fast car. 2004 Dodge Intrepid w/ G series HO interseptor.

4 Foot fence, 1 storm.

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Nissan Frontier 4-banger 2WD. Because I inherited it and it gets better mileage than my Super Duty 4X4 Diesel.

Now the real question is What would Jesus drive?

A 4X4 Ford F-350 Super Duty diesel with a contractor bed and a lumber rack. Why? He was a carpenter.

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1973 IH Scout 4x4. Internationals seem to be the only ones that dont break on me....
Now if I could find that "matching" M1 Garand....

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I drive Titleist with Calloway Big Bertha driver. The Titleist give me the best flight and have always used them.

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