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Old 09-06-2006
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my Dad is 52 and drives like an 80 yr old Asian woman. I wish he drove faster and stoopider like me
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This GrandPa of 7 Drives these:


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Very nice cabin and truck you have there Dave......71 years old...Wow....I wonder if you are the oldest member of Ranger-Forums? I think it is great that you are a member and like to mod your vehicle.....
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Old 09-06-2006
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niiiiicccceeeee
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My "papaw" used to have a 98 4x4 ranger, now he has a 03 Chevy 2500HD with a 5th wheel in the bed for his camper....

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im suprised you know how to use the computer! lol
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thata hella funny Zach...lmao
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Damn.. Daddy Grigs just lost his title

I wish I could have met My grandfather.

Nice ride none the less!

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My Granpa just sold his Ranger a couple months ago now he drive a Grand Marquis and a 1952 MG kit car. He is wanting to get rid of the Grand Marquis and get a 07 Sporttrac.
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Nice lookin truck! You are only about an hour south west of me. I am up in Blairsville. My grandfather drives a '96 Mazda B4000. Here is a pic. of our trucks.

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i bought my truck from my g-pa when he got his 05 then he rolled that one and then he got an 06. i think he just wanted a newer truck tho cause he drives like the typical stereotype grandpa 10 under the limit and completly stock.
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my grandpa drives an newer caprice clasic, (i think it is an 200X) and he just turned 90, and he and my grams have been married for 70 years now.
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im suprised you know how to use the computer! lol
Used to be a network administrator. Been using computer since back in the 60's. Still do a lot of driving. My wife and I both drive for the local Ford dealer. This year I've made several trips to pick up cars to Penn.,Michigan,NJ,
NC., Ms. and a bunch to Atlanta. One of the best trips was driving a new Thunderbird from New Jersey.
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my grandpa drives an newer caprice clasic, (i think it is an 200X) and he just turned 90, and he and my grams have been married for 70 years now.
Last year for the Caprice was 1996. Gm Got rid of all of their RWD cars except for the vette, and now the GTO
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welcome to the site. sweet truck ya got there
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Very nice cabin and ranger.

My grandpa drives a Chrysler 300m 2004 and also has an 88 BroncoII that he bought from me. We did a lot of work on it together and I guess he couldn't see it to go from the family besides he needed something to pull his boat. it is small a 14' boat. he also now has a 16' covered trailler to store all his tools loaded it weighs a couple ton. I don't know how he pulls it with 30"tires 3.45 gears and a 2.9L engine
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