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#576 of 605 Ford vs Chevy
Jul 24, 1999 (11:05 pm)
#577 of 605 CHEVY LIKE A ROCKet
Jul 25, 1999 (12:48 am)
#578 of 605 FORD LIKE A DOG
Jul 25, 1999 (3:04 am)
Jul 25, 1999 (3:20 am)
Did you have some extra time at the Chevy dealer waiting for new brakes?
Jul 25, 1999 (3:32 am)
That recall was for the older models not the 99s
#581 of 605 Listen up weenies
Jul 25, 1999 (4:05 am)
I want to reinvogarate this great topic by bashing the following: Dodge and GM (like there is any real difference between Chevy and GMC). Now thaT Toy-O-Truck has made a full-size--they will be bashed by me as well. See, inclusion is a great thing!
Driving in a bow-tie? Wouldn't you rather be driving sheep?
Serious matter: How many guys today driving those pretty Dodge sheep had trucks prior to the re-design?? Let alone guys who actually drove those butt-nasty ones before the new girl friendly style?
Jul 25, 1999 (10:15 am)
O bjects that
R esemble horse
#583 of 605 Ford all Bark
Jul 25, 1999 (10:19 am)
Jul 25, 1999 (5:05 pm)
There's a 16 year old Dodge W350 at my dad's job - it has outlived quite few Fords and GMs purchased after it. At one point, the bed was so beat up from use, the tailgate wouldn't open. It has since had the bed straightened and a bedliner added, and was fully repainted a couple of years ago. Still starts every morning, and passes inspection every year. I had driven it a few times, and it rode like a brick, but it was as tough as one, too - it thought nothing about backing up over curbs to get to where it needed to be, without having to floor it to do it.
When I was shopping for a heavy duty truck, that W350 told me "Dodge".
Jul 25, 1999 (9:49 pm)