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98 chevy Silverado, my everyday driver.
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timely,  just picked up a 2011 Nissan Rogue last weekend w/19K miles,  been pretty good so far, but the CVT has some getting used to.

I think it was turned in from one of those 3 year ultra low mileage leases.  it's got leather interior, power doors/windows seats, seat heaters, nav, satellite, sunroof, bose stereo, etc.

doesn't have an ash tray though.(for my coins, not smokes)

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My daily ride is a horse and pack every thing around with 2 mules and a burro.When I need to go to town or the big city it is a 2008 F150 4dr 4x4.Bought it new now has 65k km looks like it has 200k km roads here are not the best and neither are the drivers.

 

Dan 

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I'm fairly new here...but loving this web site.  I drive a 2003 Chevy Silverado Z71 4X4 - but only have 110 thousand on it.   Not sure how long I am going to keep it around, as my son wants it really bad...and I have the itches for a new Chevy Tahoe or GMC Yukon !!! Grin!!

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Drive a 2012 f-250 diesel for work. When I'm not working its either a 2007 Chevy 2500 HD diesel 6 inch lift on 35's or a 2001 Monte Carlo or a 95 f-150
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2014 Moto Guzzi California Custom most of the time.

 

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Thread Starter 

So just a little update to revive this old thread. I have been putting in some work on my truck and have finally got it about where I want. Here are a few pics.

 

Before:

 

After:

 

 

post #128 of 137

Hmmm... I should update this. I think last time I posted on this thread I was driving a Dodge Grand Caravan. Well.... it went to the big Mopar boneyard and I picked up a 3 year old Hyundai Santa Fe with a 6-cyl, tow package (draw bar's never been out of the box. It was still sealed) and only 20k miles on it. Can't put a full 4x8 sheet of plywood in this one, but that was actually one of the reasons I bought it... so I could stop building big things. It can tow a trailer if I absolutely need to move bigger stuff and I know I will, but....

 

Just took it to the Adirondacks for a get-a-way with the wife. Got 29.5 MPG with the air on the whole time. Not bad for all that up-and-down driving. :)

post #129 of 137

A supercharged Lotus Elise (Street, Track, SCCA), a Mazda Miata (Street, SCCA), A Dodge Durango with the Sport suspension (street, hauling) and another Dodge Durango with the full Tow package (Street, Towing).  I love to drive sports cars.

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Well , it used to be this :    the Dakota in the rear    :rolleyes:  , but lost it . . .

 

then we borrowed the FIL's Van ... for now...

 

 

But mostly all I drive is the Wife crazy :wife: .

 

Later . . .

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A supercharged Lotus Elise (Street, Track, SCCA), a Mazda Miata (Street, SCCA), A Dodge Durango with the Sport suspension (street, hauling) and another Dodge Durango with the full Tow package (Street, Towing).  I love to drive sports cars.

Must see pics/ vids of this sweet lotus! :D
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2007 Cadillac DTS Performance model.

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i drive an 07 chevy avalanche 

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Geez, just noticed this so here...what's in a name....






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Geez, just noticed this so here...what's in a name....







Knuckle, that second picture has palm trees. Do they now grow in Jersey?

 

Ron

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Not mine but looks Just like mine.....

 

 

Has 215,000 Miles on it, paid $900 for it back in June needed some work like new shocks and brakes which was $400 and the tires were in bad shape bought some used ones at

the scrap yard for $20 each and had them mounted at a used tire shop for $5.00 each it runs strong no engines problems whatsoever. So with the purchase price and the work I

had done I paid $1,300 for a car that will be good in the snow.

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Nope.... I was at Daytona Bike week and it was the first year that I trailered bikes so I brought my 1947 Harley and the 1925 Henderson. While in Main Street a group of onlookers wanted to take pictures of the Henderson for a mid western ABATE calendar and a feature story in a national magazine. The magazine spread had pictures in a studio in new Smyrna beach and the airport alongside a vintage biplane.. They have palm trees there ! That's me in the black shirt . Fun times. You only froze your butt off on the way back
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