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Pick-up truck (of any kind)

Does your immediate family have one?  

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  1. 1. Does your immediate family have one?

    • Have one
      31
    • Don't have one
      16
    • Nope, but want one
      7
    • Puddy
      2


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Don't have one (wife own's an SUV)

But thinking about getting one.

Lately, seems that I've been needing one more and more.......

Edited by Big John

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Ok, I'm having some speeling issues tonite.

Trust me, it has noting to do with the beer.

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who wouldn't haven one............. :D..........Ford F-150 supercab

Edited by nuke'em ttg

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Haven 1 is a good thing. Ford F-150 Crew Cab 4x4. Lariat. Leather. Moon roof. Turkey poachin' Nature lovin' and romantic all at the same time. Not quite as good as a rabbit/bee/woodchuck combo but close. :D

Edited by The Holy Roller

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I mean.... family :D

fixed

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Does the Puddy option mean it has a flat tire or it has a Jesus Fish emblem on it? :D

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my brother & I both have pickups, the only bad thing is that whenever one of our friends decide to move we both get the first two phone calls

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Used to have one but gas was killing me. I'd like to get a smaller one like a Frontier or Tacoma because I'm tired of not being able to "haul" anything larger than a toaster oven in the Carola.

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Dodge Dakota Quad Cab, which I love.

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I need a cheepie that I can use for my 6 major trips a year to Lowes. It's tough to get 1/2 ton of topsoil in the Vette.

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Went about a year and a 1/2 without one and will never do that again. Always need the truck for something. I do lots of projects such as it sounds you do as well.

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Toyota Tundra Double Cab. It's great and fits the kids and their junk easily. You always need a truck IMO, and that must be true because people are always borrowing mine.

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I have 2. A 2001 Ford Ranger and a 69 Ford 1 ton beast. The Ranger is for work and the 69 is for hauling and big loads. Plus someday i hope to restore the 69.

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chev king cab, long box... cant live without it

 

 

FINALLY!!! Something about you that is not worthless piles of SCHIT!!! :D

 

Chevy ext cab 4x4. I will drive over your little car toytotaboys.

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Chevy ext cab 4x4. I will drive over your little car toytotaboys.

 

If you're not driving a Chevy truck, you're not driving the best. :D

 

My Grandfather and two of his brothers all owned there own Chevrolet dealerships years ago.

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I've never owned a vehicle other than 4x4 pick-ups (one Ford and the rest Chevy's once I saw the light).

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I have an F-150.

 

I really like the look of the Nissan Titan, so, once I run my truck into the ground, I may get that or, if we decide we need a bigger SUV to haul the kids, dog, etc. around in, may get a suburban or something of that nature.

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Nissan Frontier. I love it, but I may go a little bigger next time if I can afford the gas.

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If you're not driving a Chevy truck, you're not driving the best. :D

 

My Grandfather and two of his brothers all owned there own Chevrolet dealerships years ago.

 

I bought a brand new Chevy in 99 and it was the worst purchase I have ever made. I might as well have parked it at the shop dailiy, that thing was a piece of chit!

 

I've owned 2 Toyotas since without a single problem. It may not be American, but in times like these I need MY cash in MY pocket and not in some repair shops.

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I bought a brand new Chevy in 99 and it was the worst purchase I have ever made. I might as well have parked it at the shop dailiy, that thing was a piece of chit!

 

I've owned 2 Toyotas since without a single problem. It may not be American, but in times like these I need MY cash in MY pocket and not in some repair shops.

 

 

It could very well be made here with american parts. Corporations have no loyalty so if profits go to Japan or the Cayman's what's important is where the parts and labor come from.

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I bought a brand new Chevy in 99 and it was the worst purchase I have ever made. I might as well have parked it at the shop dailiy, that thing was a piece of chit!

 

I've owned 2 Toyotas since without a single problem. It may not be American, but in times like these I need MY cash in MY pocket and not in some repair shops.

Same here, I inherited my Dad's old Datsun pickup when I went to college and it had almost 300,000 miles on it when some Megan Fox slammed into the side of me. My last truck was a Nissan that I purchased brand new & it had 240,000 when I sold it to a friend so I could buy a 4-door for the kids. It was still going strong as well when Katrina landed a house & about 15 ft of water on it. Now my current Frontier is running like a dream at 143,000. Needless to say I trust my Nissan's against any Chevy any day. :D

Edited by rajncajn

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Nissan Frontier. I love it, but I may go a little bigger next time if I can afford the gas.

 

+1

 

Comes in handy on those Home Depot and Lowes runs. Also cam in handy with my last move.

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