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dave110

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Damn, I have a rare HO 6 speed too. Just not a dually.

 

Actually, you do have a fairly desirable truck.  Color combo trans, 4x4, etc.  

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Actually, you do have a fairly desirable truck.  Color combo trans, 4x4, etc.  

And you sir as I remember have pretty good taste in trucks. I fell in love with this one the minute I saw it. But i never thought I would be driving 14 years and 353k miles later. It has become part me. While I have had some problems along the way,ECM, tranny, VP and other normal things, I have a lot less money in this than buying a new one. Dont think I will ever part with her unless she just dies outright.

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And you sir as I remember have pretty good taste in trucks. I fell in love with this one the minute I saw it. But i never thought I would be driving 14 years and 353k miles later. It has become part me. While I have had some problems along the way,ECM, tranny, VP and other normal things, I have a lot less money in this than buying a new one. Dont think I will ever part with her unless she just dies outright.

I feel the same about mine but I would love a manual. I get so close to doing a swap but then consider that cost plus the fact I could probably spend 4k in the body shop to undo the Pennsylvania winter salt effect and think " why don't I just take that 8 grand and buy a rust free Texas truck like the one above? What to do? Oh well, back out to the shop to replace the other rust eaten inboard brake rotor.                   

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