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Re: Ford vs. Chevy Pickup Resale?

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Watch the five year old GMs, they are falling apart from rust almost as fast as the mid 1970s did.Dodge is not any better. BTW I drive a Chevy.

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 Re: Ford vs. Chevy Pickup Resale? in reply to 504, 12-29-2012 19:13:55  
504......Doesn't matter what is driven. You may like Ford,GM,Dodge, Bentley, or Benz. They ALL rust. Say you live in South Dakota. Rapid City area. If SD THINKS its going to get cold and have some snow or freezing temps they POUR the liquid salt (calcium bichloranate) on the roads. They have been using this liquid salt for years. I see newer vehicles 2005+ full of rust. Now where I live 180 miles south of Rapid City, SD in Nebraska. We are using the liquid salt here ONLY when the roads get slushy/snowpack. We seen a 2007ish GMC full of rust. As with many Fords and Dodges. Its all in where you live as how bad they rust. Not just in one brand of rides. My opinion is GM has the best resale value off all because of styling/driver control comfort. Gms have always been like a car. IFS since 1988-present. Their overall cab comfort is twice that of a ford with the square/hard seats. I've had both 07 Ford 1/2 ton and a 09GMC. I'll take the GMC over anything. Even the new Dodge Cummins. Now a owner of a 02 Cummins 4x4. Only my opinion tho.

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