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and the Delaware drivers?
Maryland cousins that drive as bad.
I love to leave Jersey but some time out of state dealing with other states drivers I cant wait to get home.
The only states where I enjoyed driving was Montana and the Dakotas.
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During the 70's I liked driving from El Paso to Phoenix. I don't what the traffic is like there today. I've only been back to Phoenix once since then (2005) and Phoenix had expanded and changed so much that it was like going to a new city.
Because it was a new city
I had 3 nice Mopar's while I was stationed in El Paso. A beautiful 67 Plymouth Satellite wagon, a 69 Plymouth Fury and then I bought a new 77 Dodge D100.
I like them a lot.
Nice trucks before they became bloated parade floats.
My new 76 D350 almost as big as a parade float. Should have made sure the passenger door was closed before I took the picture though.
I guess the bottom line from this little odyssey is that I would not make another purchase from this vendor as I did not expect to have received parts made in China; furthermore what I did receive did not match completely with what is shown at their website, then they gave me a hard time after I had already returned the first one. So far the best places I've ordered stuff from are Jegs, Summit Racing, Murray Park, Eastwood & Rockauto. I'll probably be sticking to them more often now.
I enjoyed having that truck. Had a lot of fun off-road driving with it.
Extended cab long bed duallie. LMAO!!! Farm-chick magnet. LOL
Mine was a standard cab with a 8' bed. My first vehicle with A/C.
New Yorkers were your destiny then....
My wife would love to have that, what are you trying to say?
That I love farm girls...
I'm fine, thanks. You?
Farm chicks rule.
Where'd you get that photo of my wife?
they bolt in exactly the same, u can pull them fromt any of the 90s trucks in junk yards much cheaper, some of the late 80s trucks had em too, ive got like 8 of em and i run them on all my vehicles, what people dont realize when the minis go bad they arent actually bad, theres contacts in the part thats not the actually motor part that just break off, and instead of going and spending over $100 bucks for a new one u can replace those contacts for like 30 bucks, most places that work on electric motors and stuff have the stuff u need! saves money!
When I was out at the farm...