Had a rough day, let me brag about my truck.

WB
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Monday, June 29, 2020, 19:07 (6 days ago)

With all the chaos in the world, a little diversion. We all like trucks right?! Plus the used truck market is even crazier than the gun market right now. We use them to go hunting, on adventures, and carry our thunder sticks. A real pisser of a day, mostly empathy for others, and the rude awakening of understanding the laws of the land (at least for those who obey them), a general feeling of helplessness. But everyone has problems right, don't take much looking to find someone with worse troubles than you.

I prayed about a truck I needed. Now, I'm an unapologetic FORD man from my early days. Been driving automobiles by myself since I was 8 yr. old (1963 VW Bug). I've owned many inc. Chevy, Dodge, even lusted for a Scout once. This is such a crazy year. I prayed for the Lord to deliver what HE wanted me to buy. I was going to buy one anyway, might as well be God's will right?! Prayer is very underrated you know.

A Chevy Lord?! That is you Lord, right? Not a hole in the hedge is it? Lord, a Chevy!

The door was opened and I had a chance to help a little widow woman get shed of some of her autos. An 82 yr. old don't really need four anyway. Bro. Harris bought this new in 2006 after retiring from farming. Just in case he needed to tote something. He passed in 2010 from Parkinson's. RIP. Aunt Dorthy kept it up and every receipt from day one. We agreed upon whatever KBB said for Private party pricing. It's not the real fancy one, a LT, not LS, but has a V8 and will certainly do. When discussion began the odometer read just under 42,000 original one-owner miles. I made myself downright silly looking before I got humble and Prayed about it. You might give it a try yourself. I know I could do much worse winging it on my own. I was going to buy one, I simply asked for the direction. Thank you Jesus. I'm more thankful than bragging, hoped to share my happiness with my friends.

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BTW it has a ample and handy little pocket overhead just right for a concealed handgun. I think it's pretty, even for a Chevy, straight as a string. I can understand how those getting their hard earned rides damaged might want to shoot thugs in the face.

GNR, still got the BIG Bronco?

WB
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Monday, June 29, 2020, 19:45 (6 days ago) @ WB

Even ragged dogs are bringing BIG money around here.

sho nuff

gary reeder
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Monday, June 29, 2020, 22:31 (6 days ago) @ WB

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The old gentleman liked red leather so he spent mega bucks getting the interior re-done in red and black leather and red carpeting and red and black paint. The only problem was the old fellow was 90 and the painters screwed him. He died about a month after he had it re-done and I got it. Then about a year after that the paint started peeling, so i had the old girl re-painted, all black.
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Can't say that I am a Ford man but I seem to end up with them. I hit a bull elk with my Expedition doing way over the speed limit. Bruised it pretty bad.
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Bought a new one. So far so good on it.
I did stray off the reservation once with a special ride, one with 180 MPH on the speedometer. Never went that fast. When i got up to 140 my ass started biting holes in the seat. With the snow and stuff here only got to drive it a few months every year. Kept it 5 or 6 years and sold it. Still miss it a bit.
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Mine didn't come with these options.
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Looks like both airbags deployed

Ray Shepard
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Tuesday, June 30, 2020, 00:54 (6 days ago) @ gary reeder

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when she passed me I noticed her airbags were deployed

Gary Reeder
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Tuesday, June 30, 2020, 13:14 (5 days ago) @ Ray Shepard

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More than my airbag would have deployed for sure.

Andy S
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Tuesday, June 30, 2020, 19:18 (5 days ago) @ Gary Reeder

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Good start! Now lose the chrome

Jk
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Wednesday, July 01, 2020, 03:06 (5 days ago) @ WB

Black out the wheels ,a gentle 3 inch lift and so on! Lol good luck with your new ride!

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