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That Chevy is a piece but the others are nice.
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lol id take that chevy what more could you ask for for somthing to just drive into the ground.
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lemme have that chevy...a little TLC and that thing will be BA
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I would love to find a decent Yota like one of those. Ranger looks good as always.
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Nice cookie! Was wondering where you been!
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Nice cookie! Was wondering where you been!
ive been around
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mmmm, power wagon
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nice other than the chevy. its hard to find a yota in decent shape around here. most are rusted out. whats the diff between a power wagon and a regular cummins?
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power wagon's I think are gas powered, there are about to put out a diesel power wagon but had to redo the front bumper because the front winch gets in the way of the radiator or something

but the power wagon has a front and back winch, I think lockers front and back, full underbody protection and other cool stuff
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ooo. i thought there were some diesel ones already. saw some posted up on some websites
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That Chevy is a piece but the others are nice.
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Your Truck looks the best!!!
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