Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Pay Attention Here You Metrosexual Wannabe Motherfuckers


I'll go ya one better.
My definition of a pickup truck is something you can take a fucking garden hose to on the INSIDE of the cab at the end of the day.


Sissy fuckin' things they got out these days that cost as much as a house did back in the 60's and don't do a fucking thing any better now than they did then.

No thanks.

14 comments:

  1. Yeah, metal head liner, bench seat, vent windows (the little triangular dudes that swiveled out like pictured above) - just keep it simple. The sound of those door closing went BANG, not clickity click click.

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  2. Yup. Mine is an '89 Dodge LE 250 4x4 with Cummins.

    All steel, no plastic, no electronic gadgetry with the motor.

    Oh yeah, less than 150,000 miles.

    Real Pickup.

    Bob
    III

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    1. Hey Bob, sounds like we think alike. Mines a 91 Dodge LE 250 4x4 with a Cummins.

      I love my carbon footprint!

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    2. My idea of a real pickup truck is one that was built before 1970.

      -Moe

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  3. My 'real' pickup was not that old (pre-70's). Just a plain Dodge '76 Adventurer, power nothing, acres of room to work under the hood on a 318 c.i. engine that parts could be obtained nearly anywhere. Long 8' bed - you steered / pointed it, not drove it and it drove very smoothly. I loved that muthereffer.

    Had to sell it when our 1st kid was due. No A/C and even with a bench seat, a baby carrier was out of the question. I was crying inside when the sale went through. I couldn't afford two trucks (still can't) and don't have the room for it. Wish I did. RIP Dodge, you gave me some good times.

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  4. '99 Silverado 1500. Nufff said.
    III%,
    skybill-out

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  5. '99 Silverado 1500. Nufff said.
    III%,
    skybill-out

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  6. 91 dodge D250 Cummins but I still want a 78 f150 preferably with a 460, blue and white like my old one.

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  7. My 57 Chevy, window panel. Bored and stroked 327 with NAPCO 5/4 four wheel drive & running gear. My version of an SUV

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  8. My 57 Chevy, window panel. Bored and stroked 327 with NAPCO 5/4 four wheel drive & running gear. My version of an SUV

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  9. '87 GMC shortbed with a 383 stroker and a SM465 manual transmission,

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  10. '85 GMC 1-ton, flatbed, roller windows, AM/FM, no AC, metal and rubber interior.
    I love my truck.

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  11. 72 F100 Ranger, 351W (transplant) w/ T5 tranny going to a 9" locker 3.70. It was a farm tuck we had with over 200K on the original drive-train and it threw a rod and was parked behind the barn in the mid 80's. I pulled it into the barn in the early 90's when I had obtained a rebuilt 351w (out of a T-bird) and a T5 (out of a Mustang GT). I got it running and blew up the rear end a month latter. Found/rebuilt a 9" with a locker 3:70 rear that I put in. The body/interior got refreshed in 95.

    It has about 325 HP and gets 16/17 mpg just knocking around but it gets 22mpg on the highway. It has power-nothing, no AC, just a functional full gauge set and after-market rear sliding glass window and radio.

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  12. I live in Alberta and the new trucks are crazy expensive. I would never buy a new one because with so much money invested in it I would hesitate to drive it anywhere.

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