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02-08-2013 08:12:52

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thought of that also, but for the first time in 60 years i'm out of debt and just cant see spending more on a new vehicle than i did my house!LOL But your right, these probably need to be scrap iron. Sold a couple this last week that were in even worst shape. Thought i might keep one for work,and give the rest to the kids/grandkids. Let them tag and insure them, and they might not call when they need something moved. Would be good trucks for running to the lumber yard and back,or city folks hauling lawnmowers and trash. Got a new handicapped eqquiped van for my wife and she doesnt drive anymore,so i truthfully could sell them all, but a redneck needs a truck around! sometimes a guy just needs to drive accross the pasture you know? Its good for your soul, and you dont need a new truck for that,you need a old beater. sagebrush and mesquite gives them character.Stop in the creek crossing and throw a feedbucket full of water on the windshield to wash it. Drag a nastly bloody deer carcass or two in the back, or a newborn calf in the front seat. Thats my kind of truck, one you dont mind USING. One to drive to town or down the hyway is a different vehicle.all i need to do is figure out which i want to fix, while I'm still able.and get it reliable enough i dont worry about walking.

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SD Pete

02-08-2013 10:15:49

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 Re: opinions in reply to jackinok, 02-08-2013 08:12:52  
You and I have the same idea of what a good truck is. Not into the fancy leather seated things myself.

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Mike M

02-08-2013 09:57:54

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 Re: opinions in reply to jackinok, 02-08-2013 08:12:52  
You can sell them all and buy 1 good used one with the money from the rest and then you won't have to put out any extra cash unless you want to.

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