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I gotta get a clay bar. I wash mine once a week accept during the winter, no damn car washes around. I try and do it by hand but its been to ocld lately. Nice pics again man.
Clay bar won't help with the smashed front end.


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dangg check the flex on that town car! haha
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Clay bar won't help with the smashed front end.


it's getting fixed
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I wish we would get some snow here! All we have got so far is the pansy dustings and thats it!
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That's not even a dusting! Here is my Drive from MN to SD on monday in a Blizzard! I couldn't even see the hood of my pickup half the time.

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If you're wondering why I took a pic well driveing in a Blizzard, I was only going about 10 MPH and it was so cold it wasn't sticking to thew pavement. I had plenty of time to stop in an emergency.

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I wish we would get some snow here! All we have got so far is the pansy dustings and thats it!
pansy duster... LOL
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I live in the 'snow belt' in Southern Ontario and receive 'lake effect' snow which on average yearly is about 15 feet. I remember one year about 10 years ago I was young and delivering papers and literally walking through peoples yards the snow was above my head. I could not see the street from their front yards. We had 5 snow days in a row off school that year, it was incredible.

Honestly we get snow like nowhere I've ever seen. It's amazing how well my 2WD has served me this year with just weight and decent tires.

The amount of people in the ditch is just because it was the first snowfall and they are not used to leaving more room, breaking earlier and generally slowing down yet. Even ppl up here in the 'Frozen North' who deal with harsh winters every year have problems the first week or so it starts to snow.

Truck looks good, and it's great you were able to experience a little winter weather.

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