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Hi Guys ,

 

 

I would love to live in the usa but i has to be enough when i drive your cars:).

I love Cummins:

I have a 2006 3500 Mega Cab 4wd Single Wheel, a 2003 2500 Quad Cab short bed 4wd,

a 1996 2500 Extended Cab Longbed 4wd Manual and a 1991 350 Single Cab 2wd.

**** count them the first time that are too much :) .

 

 

I think when read a little more i can help maybe you too.

 

Ok enough ... Hello!

 

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Welcome. That's quite a collection you have. Are they all for personal use?

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Yes i love this trucks.

when i am back home i will try to post some pictures.

this are all cars who had a damage and were really cheap.

Megacab has a hole in the block with 70000miles....Doesnt unterstand why:)

2003 2500 had a broken transmission now it runs fine.

1991 stand in a field for 15years :)

and so on :)

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Welcome Till. That's interesting about the 1991 sitting in the field for 15 years.

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Welcome Till.  Great to have you.

I lived in Germany almost 11 years. 

First in Nordrhein-Westfallen and then Baden Wuerttemburg and loved both.

 

This is the best forum!!!  A lot of very knowledgeable people on this site who enjoy helping others.  

Again, Welcome!

 

Leaky

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Good morning Guys,

 

here are the pictures from my Cars.

The first gen after hours of cleaning...

My 1996 at work !Awesome car with awesome fuel mileage.p7100 with nv4500 best ever!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tiller,

Thanks. 

So a gallon would be a "little" less than $5.72.

I will not complain about it being $2.77 here in IL.

But Diesel has always been cheaper than benzine.  Correct?

How strict is the TUEF inspections on these older Diesels? 

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3 hours ago, Tiller said:

about 1.22 euro per liter (1.43 Usd):cry:.

 

 

2 hours ago, Leaky88 said:

I will not complain about it being $2.77 here in IL.

 

New Meadows, Idaho is $3.609 a gallon (Or about 0.81 euro per liter). I'm closer to his price. Ugh... :broke:

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Nice pictures. I'm in Oregon and fuel prices are about the same as Mopar1973Man is paying in Idaho. I remember that the lubricity level of EU diesel is much better than the USA. We have to add 2 cycle oil with every tank.

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Nice stable of trucks. I am curious of the photo of the silver Mega Cab. Did you back it up a wee bit to far?

 

We are about $3 to $3.15 a gallon between North Carolina and Maryland. The next job is in South Carolina, always a little cheaper there.

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Yeah diesel is cheaper than gas ... about 1.50€ per liter or so...

 

My 1972 Chrysler Town & Country with the 440 cui engine gets about 30 liters per 100km this are 45€ :wow:

 

Oh TÜV inspections in germany are really really hard...

when you from the usa would see this you would cry and laugh at the same time :)

 

No damage on the megacab:whistle2:

 

 

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