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Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by gcarlin, Sep 8, 2006.
My Favoritetruck Would Be The Ford F-150 Series Of The Early Years
I'm with you Greg, I got a 1994 F-150, I used to have a 78 F-150
I've had Chev.Ford, Dodge, Nissan and Toyota. But I really Like my 01 Dodge 1500 4x4. should last forever, Long as I keep drivin my wifes car LMAO. Hey it gets good gas mileage.:big_smile:
You left out Nissan. That Titan is one nice looking truck. I picked Ford because the 2000 F150 six cylinder single cab plain jane I bought in March is proving to be one tough customer. Nothing fancy, vinyl floor coverings, vinyl bench seats and it doesn't get but 17-18 on the highway, but it runs great, starts everytime, uses no oil, and is paid for. I've had mostly compact trucks in the past, except of one old tire 64 Ford and a 67 Ford van. Frankly, based on my past experience with Ford products, several cars, if buying new, I would not have bought a Ford truck, probably would have tried a Toyata Tacoma Pre-Runner or a Nissan Frontier. If going full size and I had the money, a Tundra or Titan, maybe a Silvardo, but not a Ford. This truck was the best available one at the price I could afford. But, so far, I'm pleased with my old white truck and hope to drive it for another 5 years. Just wish it got near the 25 mpg my GMC Sonoma got, but it wasn't worth rebuilding a second time. Sorry Dodge fans, but I've had the same problems with Chrysler products as with the Fords I previously owned, and more recently, also, the styling is bit long in the tooth.
I like the 95'-98' suburbans..the last year they made the 'boxy' models. Had to sell mine cause of the poor gas mileage..I agree with you Gadzooks the Titans are pretty sharp looking, but so is the price!
Sorry That I Didn't List More Trucks,the Ones That Listed Just Popped Into My Head. Except Ford Since I Have An 82' F-150 With The 300 Inline 6. It's Been A Really Good Truck.
I agree. My first one was a 1971 F-150 that had 137,000 miles on it when I bought it and 340,000+ on it when I sold it.
I'd rather push a chevy than drive any of the other choices...:lol:
What Janton said!! :lol:
Chevrolet Or G.M.C.
ford powerstroke for me. gotta have something for you fellows pushing them chevys.....lmao.
I would have to say Chev/ GMC 1500 4x4:cool2:
I have owned all types of Trucks, and have found that I get the best all around performance with a Ford. I also own a GMC truck, and it seems to be a pretty tough Truck so far.
now thats funny and 100% true
I voted Ford for I'm owned mostly Ford. I've had one Dodge and at the present have a Chevy Avalanche. The reason I bought Chevy was that Ford doesn't make that model. But after owning the Avalanche, it is far superior to the F-150 in ride, comfort and steering, also better gas mileage with more horsepower. The good ride is probably because it's built on the Suburban chassis and I also ordered the softer suspension.
I like my Dodge just wish the gas milage was better.
G.M.C. with dura-max diesel ,one awsome truck
You Chevy guys can keep pushing!!!!
I drive a Ford, I aint pushin I prefer to drive!!!!!
Yea it don't get no better than that, gotta love the allison transmision.
I've got the 2500HD bought new in 02 not a single problem to date.
And you can't beat the fuel milage no mater what your pulling.
Ford first then I'd say Dodge.For some reason I just never could get Chevy Products to hold up for me. Course that was back in the 50 and 60 models.Don't know about the newer ones ,can't afford them.I have a 96 F-150 had 68,000 on it when I got it back in 2000 now it has 172,580 on in. Still runs like a top. 5.0 litter motor in it. Don't do too bad on gas. So I guess I'll stick to Ford. Love too have a power stroke but can't afford it.