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SURROUNDED BY FORD TRUCKS!

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ocnblu    772
...and I couldn't talk smack. Went to Maryland today to my cousin's son's graduation party. They live on a farm, and had one of their pastures opened up for parking. The lot was brimming with Ford trucks, and I didn't have my Sierra to do a smackdown... I had to drive my mom's Cobalt! I was so mad! :AH-HA_wink:

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z28luvr01    170

No Sierra needed. All you needed to do was ask them whether they were on their second or third transmission.

How's Mom's Cobalt doing anyway?

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Guest YellowJacket894   
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All you [need] to do [is] ask them whether they [are] on their second or third transmission.

That could also work when talking smack about a Camry ... :scratchchin::pokeowned:

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ocnblu    772

Mom's Cobalt is doing fine, although she doesn't care for it. She says it is harder to get in and out of than her clown car Echo. I was driving 70-75 down the interstate and it drives nice.

There were some Powerstrokes there... I could have asked how many weeks of downtime they've experienced. :scratchchin: :AH-HA_wink:

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ocnblu    772
Not really, usonia. I got the highest trim level I could get in a regular cab shortbed configuration, SLE1, which came with all the power options and the mid-grade upholstery, which is nice. It came with foglamps, which I wanted, and aluminum rims, keyless entry, remote start, etc. The only thing I miss is maybe a sliding rear window. GM's trucks come with rear window defoggers, which are kind of moot on a regular cab especially, since the regular HVAC system quickly clears all the windows. I knew it would come with black mirrors and door handles, so I ordered the GM-accessory chrome mirror caps and handles, which I feel really set it off. I think this truck is optioned perfectly for me, I really like it so far.

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YOU: How's that 3rd headgasket working out on your F350 powerstroke w/ 20,000 miles?

THEM: I've experienced exactly ZERO camshaft failures in my 7 Ford trucks...

unlike my neighbor's 2007 Tundra

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