Most toyota corolla owners don't even know if they have a V6, V8, I4 or how many speeds their transmission has (the last car I drove frequently was a corolla).
Although 80% of the drivers don't care, I found that certain ranger owners share camaraderie with me because of the truck. I drive past this gen2, 2wd, black, ranger on 29's on the way to class maybe 1-2 times every couple weeks, and everytime he sees me, he checks to see if I'm looking at his truck (because he's obviously looking at mine) and waves.
Tonight I was out at 2AM practicing 'how to drive in this new fallen snow' (and ended up sideways, and in circles
) when I saw a newer generation ranger doing the same thing. Eventually he joined me in the parking lot I was in and we took turns drifting and spinning. There was no personal interaction...we didn't flag each other down and talk...we just did donuts for about 20 mins then left.
Does anyone else notice a camaraderie towards other RANDOM ranger owners on the street?
Or is it no more than a corolla owner?