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Question by J4huntfish. Uploaded on April 27, 2010
I buy nothing but Chevy and they have never left me down. I currently have a Colorado with crew cab, 4x4.
72 Ford F-100
I've been driving 30 years and that's all I have owned. (It's time for 2010 F-150)
1970 F-250 4x4 my Dad Truck..
2009 Ford F-150 Super Duty Trucks..
Ford Built Tough!!!
My Chevy Silverado Z71 with the 350 in it (5.7L v8). It is my current ride right now and love it.
The 350 will never die!!!
FORD F150 best truck to own!!!
'89 f-150. drove it from arkansas to alaska and many years afterward.
The 300 inline 6 was bullet proof.
Gmc had 250,000, only changed spark plugs, oil and air filter as required, best truck so far. Today, F-250, 230,00 miles and still runs like a new truck, no oil burn, no knocks and looks brand new, I think I'll keep her!
A 1983 Ford W-360 1-ton crew cab built on contract for the Air Force.
The Zebra Truck.
It lives on!
It was the donor vehicle for my 1983 Ultimate Dawg Van's 4WD parts.
buckhunter i have been wanting a early 70s f-100
and im looking for a international harvester scout
91 ford f150.
are you seeing the ford thing going on here?
good call on that one buckhunter!
'99 F250 7.3 Super Duty w/249K - and counting - miles....
Probably has done a third of that pulling a heavily loaded trailer.
Before that one I had a '95 F150 5.8 with 300k plus. I sold it to one of my customers about 3 yrs ago and it is still running on its original motor and trans.
I used to work a job where we had a fleet of F150's with the FI 300 sixes. Those could not be killed with conventional weapons. The last place I worked still has their 90's E150 van with the 300 - and it has almost 350K on it.
IMO when Ford changed from the 300 to the V6 it was a big step backwards.
Yes the Ford trucks are tops. F 150
I wish I could say I had good luck with fords. I had a 92 f150 with the 5.0 liter V8. Transmission had to be replaced at 110,000 miles and again at 186,000. this was mostly highway miles going to work (100 round trip for me :( Anyway, mechanic told me that this combination of motor and transmission had a lot of problems. Wouldn't stop me from buying another Ford, but I was disappointed enough not to buy another and bought the chevy silverado. it has been great but its just been broke in with 108,000 miles.
the finest vehicle I have ever owned was a 1991 ford ranger. Still ran great after 230,000 miles and only got rid of it because I needed a full size truck to pull my boat.
Ford is the way to go. F-150
96' Chevy 1500 4x4 hand me down from my dad. Got rid of it with 400k when the rear end broke finally sold it to a guy who is still driving it. Went to a GMC sonoma ZR2 was told it would get better gas mileage. Serious down grade. 3mpg down grade handles like crap, less is not always more in this case. The only good thing about it is that i can turn around on any 2 rut back road i happen to be on. In two years this truck will be history. Going back to fullsized.
my 94 Chevy S-10 that I still have. 250K and still commuting me to work everyday.
f150 ,89 94, and 94 lariat
I put 300K on a 1990 Dodge Dakota. It never let me down. Routine maintenance was all. Never a wrench on the engine but it did go through a couple of starter motors. Loved that beast.
I've got about 60K on my '05 ford ranger and I love that truck!
78 dodge half ton,short bed,440 auto,4 x 4,triple jet black paint,three coats of clear.shiny,quick and loud.mopar or no car.
Our 1990 Toyota SR5 V6 ran so reliably, so we replaced it with a 2004 Toyota Tacoma V6 crew cab.
My 2002 ford F-350
I must side with buckhunter as I have F100's and 150's
Since my first one in '75.'
My current F-150 has over 318,000 milies on it.
Yes it has had repairs but the usual stuff, radiator, alternator ... but not an engine.
The Ford 300c.i. in-line 6 cylinder in so easy to work on and a stump pulled from the get go.
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