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Thine eyes doth not decieve. Courtesy of Jalopnik.

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This picture, taken by an anonymous tipster we're calling "Deep Alamo", is from the set up for the Texas State Fair last night. Looks normal enough, doesn't it -- the Toyota truck racing trailer pulling up to the fair site, right? Wait a second, something's wrong here -- is that a late-model Silverado 3500 HD crew cab hauling it around? Yeah, that's what that is. Obviously the reason why Toyota wasn't going to be able to haul this heavy of a trailer was because they don't have a heavy duty pickup to hitch that big Toyota racing trailer up to. But even the most hard-core Toyota truck fan's got to admit it's probably a little embarrassing to have the competition hauling you around by your johnson trailer hitch.

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Heh heh...the hypocrisy of it all...

Found this also on Jalopnik about Jim Press---

"Press has always loved cars. He built his first go-cart at age seven, got his first car when he was 12. At age 13, he started washing cars at his family's dealership in Kansas. But he said he never bought a Toyota or Lexus. The only vehicle he owns is a Yamaha motorcycle. But he'll soon be driving Chrysler vehicles."

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Are we sure it's not a Sierra? "Professional Grade" would be so apt (really driving home that a Tundra is not).

nope... if im not mistaken its a 2005 chevy 3500 LT3 package...

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Are we sure it's not a Sierra? "Professional Grade" would be so apt (really driving home that a Tundra is not).

Unfortunately, I'm pretty sure its not a GMC. Sierra HDs had that chrome bar between the upper and lower headlamp units; Silverados' were body-colored. These are body-colored. Also, the amber reflector portions wrap around alot more and are rounded, not 'angrily' angled.

Here's my not-so-subtle submission:

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