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Old January 16th, 2010, 11:05 PM
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Someday I will have one in the garage, not enough in the wallet to get this one, but nice.



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Old January 16th, 2010, 11:20 PM
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Thats a big truck there!




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It looks to be in great shape... I've got a friend that restoring one of those right now that's going to be knock out gorgeous when he gets it done...
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That looks like a badass truck
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Old January 17th, 2010, 11:04 AM
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I have always liked them, not enough in the financal realm now for me....and it is a ways away, but a road trip can always be arranged.
I need to sell my Bronco then !!
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shit thats just a little ways from me... Its damn pretty, i like the early model double cabs.

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Paint covers rust easily! Look at the axels......RUST BUCKET! Imagine what the underside looks like. Prolly got duct tape holding the frame together

Lowriders are for guys who can't get it up!
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Paint covers rust easily! Look at the axels......RUST BUCKET! Imagine what the underside looks like. Prolly got duct tape holding the frame together
road salt here is not nearly as much a problem as it is around the michigan area from what i understand.

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road salt here is not nearly as much a problem as it is around the michigan area from what i understand.


Don't even get me started on the salt...I'd get banned from the site for foul language. Probably get banned from the whole interwebs.




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Salt sucks.......Calcium chloride sucks even worse! Either way your looking at RUST

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