Of all the trucks out there which one by make lasts the longest?
Rambler hybrid 4x4 diesel extended cab.
If you are driving in the rust belt, chartreuse is the best color.
Rambler1, you thought I was joking about the Rambler truck?
Look up, look down, look at that truck. Just what do you think that is?
Are you looking for an old truck, a new truck or what?
I had some Toyota trucks I was real happy with.
My son has a mid-90's Dodge Ram 4WD that is an awesome truck, other than the gas mileage.
I was shopping for a brand new truck recently, and I like the Dodge Rams and Ford 150's, for the money. Decided not to buy one right now.
I replaced my work truck a couple of years ago with a Ford.
Not that it was falling apart or anything - it was just that after 22 years of driving the same Nissan pickup I was tired of it and wanted something different.
Toyota or Nissan. I like Nissan trucks personally...and the big US stuff if you can afford to run them.
I don't care Old or New trucks. The best one I have seen is a 79 Ford truck.
Hey wilderness, I had a little red pickup so old it was called a Datsun rather than a Nissan.
That really brings back memories. Terrible in the winter but great for 4th of July parties when you got too drunk to drive home. Mattress in the back. I was into stargazing at that time.
My boyfriend has has nothing but Ford diesel 4x4's and he absolutely can't kill them no matter what he does. We are up in Ontario and trucks rust but the 6.9 and 7.3 diesel engines outlast anything. The only thing he's never had and wants is a cummins
The truck that is driven five miles every week and is then kept in a temperature-controlled low humidity environment for the rest of the time. The five mile drive is simply to raise funds for the time it can be molly-coddled under cover. After it reaches about fifty years of age people will actually pay money to see it exhibited. When it reaches a hundred years of age, your grandchildren can sell it to a prestigious museum. Kept long enough, it could become the 'Mona Lisa' of motor vehicles. However,for the first forty-nine years you'll probably need to borrow money from the bank for garage rental.
by Wendi M 8 years ago
What would hold it's value better/longer....a Dodge Ram 1500 or a Nissan Titan?
by And Drewson 9 months ago
Why do non-Ford trucks rust so much?I'm looking at a used (maybe 7+ years) truck and Chevy, GMC, and Dodge and noticed that almost every one is rusting. The Fords rarely have rust.I live in a salt-the-roads kind of state.
by Mark Knowles 8 years ago
LOLOne of my personal blog posts was linked to my a "Ford Truck Enthusiasts" forum:http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/90410 … light.htmlSo - I went and took a look. I love some of these guy's forum signatures.I think my favorite has to be, "IF IT IS MADE IN CHINA, YOU DON'T...
by eklavya29 7 years ago
What is best diesel car nissan Micra, Swift or figo & what is micra's future in indian market.which is the best diesel Maruti swift, Nissan Micra Or Ford Figo & what is the future of nissan micra diesel in India.
by WheelScene 9 months ago
What is the best pick up truck ever made?What is your favorite truck?What is the best truck and why?Any year, make or model.
by mrotton 8 years ago
The brakes stick on my 1984 c10 diesel truck. I have replaced both calipars and pads, still...sticks. DoI have air in lines? Do I need to replace brake hoses?
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