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We have a Pacifica and a Durango.  F'n gas hogs.

 

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if you get more than 12 on the highway then i have youe respect

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if you get more than 12 on the highway then i have youe respect

 

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We do very little highway driving. The Durango averages 12MPG and the Pacifica 15MPG.

 

Yeah, the Range Rover must suck too.

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97 Dodge Ram 1500 Larimae SLT 4X4-Off Road Package, 360(5.9 litre) Mopar Club Cab 8' bed(contractors need 8' bed, load plywood((50 sheets 1/2 " and close the tail gate))-it's my truck, and I bought it brand new. I'm getting a Ram 2500 4X4 Off Road with either the Cummings turbo or the V10 in the spring of 07, either give my old truck to my mom or nephew.

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I'm getting a Ram 2500 4X4 Off Road with either the Cummings turbo or the V10 in the spring of 07, either give my old truck to my mom or nephew.

 

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That's a pimp ass ride. :D

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2001 Ford Expition, 2003 Mustang convertable and 2004 Harley Soft Tail.

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2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee

 

For the first time in about 23 years I am not driving a truck. Feels pretty weird.

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2003 F-150. Apparently, it's built Ford Tough. :D

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Here's my ride.

 

This is the one I took my trip with. Left the good vehicle at home.

 

my dream..... heading to the shaker bar in a lamborghini pulling a cement mixer.

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94 bonneville with three hubcaps and 208k miles. Wife pimps the 89 trooper with 225. My reserve vehicle is an 86 dodge 4X4. Yep, they are not beautiful but it allows me to put an extra grand each month toward the crib.

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1994 Toyota Tercel. I got it when I started graduate school and the $167 monthly payments fit my budget (barely). I'm going to drive the car until it completely falls apart just on pure principle.

 

(you can get away with driving a car like this when you have a big peeener and you don't need to compensate for anything)

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94 bonneville with three hubcaps and 208k miles. Wife pimps the 89 trooper with 225. My reserve vehicle is an 86 dodge 4X4. Yep, they are not beautiful but it allows me to put an extra grand each month toward the crib.

 

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I'm down with that, G. This Accord cost me 5 Gs, and it's the last car I'll buy for another 10 years. New cars are for chumps.

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1994 Toyota Tercel.  I got it when I started graduate school and the $167 monthly payments fit my budget (barely).  I'm going to drive the car until it completely falls apart just on pure principle. 

 

(you can get away with driving a car like this when you know the difference between naquada and naquadria)

 

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