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Trucks and the men and women who enjoys driving them..
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Posted on Sat, Feb 18, 2006 10:46

I drive a GMC Sierra Classic 2500, one of the best truck I have driven in my life, I owned mostly trucks...the GMC has very good comfort,got an overdrive on mine as it is good on secondary roads in long traffic line up..get this on and you can get to 100 MPH in seconds and it sure takes off ha! Drives very good on the highway, not good on gas though.

Owned Dodge Ram also...I enjoyed the Ram, I will get back into it some day.

What trucks do you like and why? Any special features which make you pick them ?

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Posted on Mon, Feb 20, 2006 07:57

slowmotion2000 write:
I still drive my 79 3/4 ton 4x4.
it is not to bad on gas around 17 on the highway. don't realy like the new stuff.working on two other trucks though. a 47 studie and a 66 3/4 ton 4x4 chevy. don't think you can beat a good small block,cheap to build.lol


slowmotion2000,

I like the older models also as they were more spacious to work on the engine and the newer one are all crammed in..the space is continually shrinking where you can work on them.

I liked my God Father truck, it was an old Chevy I think a 1960 or older where the starter was on the floor, you just pushed the pedal and it started the truck. It was so simple and cool...though it wasn't power steering and it was hard steering but a very sturdy truck that is for sure ha! ha!

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Posted on Sun, Feb 19, 2006 20:32

I still drive my 79 3/4 ton 4x4.
it is not to bad on gas around 17 on the highway. don't realy like the new stuff.working on two other trucks though. a 47 studie and a 66 3/4 ton 4x4 chevy. don't think you can beat a good small block,cheap to build.lol



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