Last post on Jul 31, 1999 at 1:56 PM
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Jul 30, 1999 (1:20 am)
You stated my point. Dodge made junk for years and it takes time to rebuild that overall perception regardless of present-day standards. I never said Ford and Chevy were perfect;hell, I've had problems with all three. My input into this discussion is my expierences with all three for my firm. I haven't just personally owned two or three to pontificate about yet, many different trucks in which I simply balance pros and cons.
blugil and unsure,
I disagree strongly with your analysis with the driving of a Ford. Every source of motor press raved about the overhaul in 1997 about Ford's quality of ride. I don't know of the new Chevy but our 95s blow. Talk about man-handling! Those trucks were the worst "new" trucks we ever bought.
And yes Virginia, there are differences. It is not as simple as throwing a dart at a target to determine which truck to buy. That is a major cop-out. I've met many people that have strong emotions when comparing brands whenever they switch despite of brand preferences. I'm one of those people. I was a diehard Chevy fan and woke up when using our Fords and Dodges. I found major differences each unique to brand. Subjective and objective aspects matter.
Jul 30, 1999 (1:21 am)
Why don't you give us a web page to check out your nifty designs and leave type here?
#605 of 605 Front Porch Philosopher
Jul 31, 1999 (1:56 pm)
This topic has been split....
for performance purposes. Please continue in Topic 863 Dodge,Ford,Chevy-----Who Wins? - II.
This topic will be frozen, and eventually archived.
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