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FishFood
10-23-2007, 21:39
Ok, we have the boat thread, and the bike thread. How 'bout a real thread now??? :D

Ill start us off.


This is my 85' Ford F150. I Bought it last year for $750. I bought it from Alamo Park Auto Sales in Mckinney. Just north of Dallas. (great people BTW. I recomend them to yall folks up in Dallas...) Great Truck. Just over 210K miles and sitll goin strong.


Now... Lets see yalls :D


http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y115/americanmadeford/truck1.jpg

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y115/americanmadeford/truck2.jpg

marchand
10-24-2007, 08:36
I have one of those little Nissan pickups which is a great around town and small job truck and gets great gas millage, but I need something a bit bigger so I'm looking at getting one of these.

http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:GYYfW21Ezo6mFM:http://www.saturnsurplus.com/m35/m35.jpg

chip
10-24-2007, 09:27
http://www.coxranch.com/camino.jpg


This is a 1978 El Camino that is still all original. It has 43,000 + original miles on it and I am the second owner. It runs and drives great, but my wife thinks I should sell it because I do not drive it enough.

FishFood
10-24-2007, 17:49
http://www.coxranch.com/camino.jpg


This is a 1978 El Camino that is still all original. It has 43,000 + original miles on it and I am the second owner. It runs and drives great, but my wife thinks I should sell it because I do not drive it enough.

That'd be crazy to sell that! Nice Camino.


I have one of those little Nissan pickups which is a great around town and small job truck and gets great gas millage, but I need something a bit bigger so I'm looking at getting one of these.

Are you sure it hold enough tanks? ;)

Doug B
10-24-2007, 19:19
Nuthin' Better.....power Stroke, Baby!
.....because REAL TRUCKS don't have Sparkplugs.

BuzzF117
10-24-2007, 19:50
No pics but I drive a 1997 Dodge Dakota Ex Cab 4wd. This baby has 149k on the odometer and im hoping to drive the wheels off of it.

nuf said

cyclone
10-24-2007, 21:06
http://memimage.cardomain.net/member_images/3/web/783000-783999/783174_26.jpg
Here is mine, 2006 Nissan Titan V8 5.6 4X4.

Doug B
10-25-2007, 21:01
I've got a F250, and Ranger.... and

a TMAXX. My TMAXX will do about 40mph on a paved street, hit the curb and do three endo's, land on it's feet and keep going like a bat outta hell.

Used to do Evil Kenevil's over the kids too....

Fun, fun...FUN

kenmendes
10-26-2007, 09:30
I have a 2007 chevy silverado club cab

Silverado: Trucks: Chevrolet - 2007 Chevy Silverado (http://www.chevrolet.com/silverado/prelaunch/)

RoadRacer1978
10-26-2007, 09:46
1999 Chevy Silvarado single cab white.

It is paid for and in great condition. Bought nw in 1999 and can't see taking on another payment, even though I'd really like an extended cab.

http://i215.photobucket.com/albums/cc67/PVPD106/100_0966.jpg

http://i215.photobucket.com/albums/cc67/PVPD106/100_0965.jpg

DUnder
10-26-2007, 10:20
Here's mine 07 Honda Ridgeline. Room for 4 comfortably, good MPG, can fit 4 AL80 tanks in the inbed storage compartment.

Lake Diver
10-26-2007, 10:35
http://memimage.cardomain.net/member_images/3/web/783000-783999/783174_26.jpg
Here is mine, 2006 Nissan Titan V8 5.6 4X4.

Hey nice truck...http://www.lakediver.com/images/titan.jpg

torrey
10-26-2007, 10:40
This was the closest I ever came to owning a truck...many years ago. Behold! The 1982 Dodge Rampage! (mine didn't have a sweet camper like that though). Made a great pizza delivery vehicle. I loved that thing...

http://i182.photobucket.com/albums/x29/scubakindaguy/rampage.jpg


I've never been a fan of trucks, but I was in awe when I saw one of these at a local steakhouse a few months back:

http://www.f650pickups.com/indy1.jpg

marchand
10-26-2007, 12:09
Nuthin' Better.....power Stroke, Baby!
.....because REAL TRUCKS don't have Sparkplugs.

Cummings is better.

My uncle has a 1994 Dodge 350 dually 4X4, with a Cummings diesel and granny low manual transmission. It also has something like a 4" suspension lift. That thing is a beast of a truck, and oh so fun to drive.

CARDIVER
10-26-2007, 12:14
1995 BRONCO THAT I TOOK IN TRADE A FEW MONTHS AGO. BOUGHT AT MY DEALERSHIP NEW AND HAD ONE OWNER BEFORE I GRABBED IT FOR A DIVE RIG.
http://http://lh5.google.com/cardiver/RqeGhXk8lbI/AAAAAAAAAU0/lsLZg2_IBlA/s144/07-18-07_1835.jpg

georoc01
10-26-2007, 16:12
I miss my 96 Ford Ranger. Drove it for 10 years before my ex left with it and her stuff for Vegas. Hope she likes driving a pickup without air conditioning :)

Doug B
10-26-2007, 17:13
Nuthin' Better.....power Stroke, Baby!
.....because REAL TRUCKS don't have Sparkplugs.

Cummings is better.

My uncle has a 1994 Dodge 350 dually 4X4, with a Cummings diesel and granny low manual transmission. It also has something like a 4" suspension lift. That thing is a beast of a truck, and oh so fun to drive.


OK, first of all, it's CUMMINS, not Cummings..... and my uncle's brother's former room mate's dead grandmother says PowerStrokes are better than Cummins. :-)


The 6.0 liter PowerStroke has the same horsepower (325) as the 6.1 liter Cummins. hmmm... why does the Cummins need more displacement to make the same horsepower? hmm.....?

Oh, and Coke is better than Pepsi... :-)

cyclone
10-26-2007, 17:22
I've never been a fan of trucks, but I was in awe when I saw one of these at a local steakhouse a few months back:

http://www.f650pickups.com/indy1.jpg
Kewl, I have seen this truck in Transformers the movie.

Defman
10-26-2007, 19:01
Don't own it anymore, but here's my '98 S-10. V6, 5-speed, dropped 1" in the rear, Dynomax cat-back, K&N.

UCFKnightDiver
10-26-2007, 20:47
2004 Dodge Ram 1500 dont have a pic but its green

Skinsfan1311
10-27-2007, 11:01
'07 Chevy Silverado....


http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a174/Skinsfan1311/BUSH0251.jpg

http://i11.photobucket.com/albums/a174/Skinsfan1311/BUSH0250.jpg

tremtech
10-27-2007, 11:08
Here is some of my truck: 658

cyclone
11-03-2007, 01:48
http://memimage.cardomain.net/member_images/3/web/783000-783999/783174_26.jpg
Here is mine, 2006 Nissan Titan V8 5.6 4X4.

Hey nice truck...http://www.lakediver.com/images/titan.jpg
Kewl, we're the TITAN'S...

bubble-head
11-03-2007, 18:33
I have a '93 Ranger 4x4. It's been a great truck and is going strong at 214K miles. I am interested in a Silverado or Tundra 4x4 in the future.

Anne Eastwell
11-04-2007, 18:35
This is ours..... it's a 1988 Toyota Hilux, 4" lift, 35" tyres - modified to cope with the great outdoors!

...oh, and the big dog to go with the big truck!!

kyfriedchipper
11-04-2007, 21:20
Stock photo from Honda - I love my Ridgeline!http://automobiles.honda.com/images/2008/ridgeline/exterior-gallery/gal_lg8.jpg

FishFood
11-04-2007, 21:22
Stock photo from Honda - I love my Ridgeline!http://automobiles.honda.com/images/2008/ridgeline/exterior-gallery/gal_lg8.jpg

This thread is for trucks only. Thank you

:D Joking

Fireplug
11-13-2007, 08:52
Since we don't have a gas powered blender thread I figured mine would fit here. FS 76 Stihl Weedeater engine, 9,200 rpm, with an Oster glass blender jar, K&N air filter, faux nitrous kit, all aluminum frame with machine turned polishing. One BAD cat. Works great after a hard day in the quarry water. (Click on the thumbnails to get the full in your face effect)

EagleRay J
11-14-2007, 14:12
65 Ford F100, 67 Police Intercepter 390, C-6 auto. Plus my 81 Suzuki GS 850

I'll get a picture posted when I figure out how.

torrey
11-15-2007, 13:53
Since we don't have a gas powered blender thread I figured mine would fit here. FS 76 Stihl Weedeater engine, 9,200 rpm, with an Oster glass blender jar, K&N air filter, faux nitrous kit, all aluminum frame with machine turned polishing. One BAD cat. Works great after a hard day in the quarry water. (Click on the thumbnails to get the full in your face effect)

Of all the things you could modify, I don't think I would have ever thought anybody would supercharge a blender, hehe. I bet you could liquify just about anything, eh?

scubaculture
11-15-2007, 14:09
Is there a difference between a pickup and a truck?

Still getting used to some of the differences here, in South Africa we called them "bakkies", you Aussie guys call them "utes" right?

kyfriedchipper
11-15-2007, 14:14
now THAT is one awesome blender

paintsnow
11-17-2007, 16:27
i hate all of you with the titan
XD
i want that truck sooooo bad

cyclone
11-18-2007, 03:12
i hate all of you with the titan
XD
i want that truck sooooo bad:smiley20::smiley36::smiley2:

Even if I already have one, I still want it so bad...:smiley36:

Anne Eastwell
11-18-2007, 15:12
Is there a difference between a pickup and a truck?

Still getting used to some of the differences here, in South Africa we called them "bakkies", you Aussie guys call them "utes" right?


Yep, short for utility truck....

Fireplug
11-18-2007, 16:49
In reference to the comment about what my blender will do. It'll frappe a brick if you can get it to fit thru the little hole in the lid!!!