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newtothefordgame
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no more truck

Postby newtothefordgame » Sun May 07, 2006 3:02 am

Well after the constant effort of trying to fix my truck, I'm sorry to say I had to let it go. I can only do so much in my apartment parking lot. my wife works at a car dealership and someone traded in a 2000 trans am ws6 that caught my eye. So I traded the old yeller truck in. I got $800 for it, and with a bad knock in the motor, that ain't bad. I was sad to have to let it go but about 350 hp to the wheels in the trans am make me feel a little better. I joined a forum for my new car and just let me say the quality of people in there doesn't even come close to y'all, i'll still check in when i can
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Postby layedout72 » Sun May 07, 2006 6:36 am

were u the one with it all rusted out, and fixing it? if so that sucks man, I was hoping you would resurrect it from a place most dont go. the transam owners are worse than ricers imo, hope you like the new car though!

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Postby binder56jd » Sun May 07, 2006 9:29 am

too bad,glad you found something that fills your needs- there's more trucks out there
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re: no more truck

Postby wolfpack » Sun May 07, 2006 10:55 am

for every truck that dies another one lives... thats my motto...Terry
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Postby jor » Sun May 07, 2006 11:31 am

Hey, as long as you stay interested in automotive stuff, I say whatever move you. I can't imagine really getting anywhere with any vehicle when you are restricted to an apartment parking lot. That is, unless you have a VERY liberal parking lot use policy. Good luck. Vrooom...
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Postby Bama Boy » Sun May 07, 2006 4:32 pm

:eek: What a heart breaker. I hope that ole truck doesnt end up at the crusher. Maybe youll find a better starting point when ya come back. These trucks are an addiction. Too much money and not enough time. Sorry you had to let this one go.
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