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Three days before Christmas my wife and I took our friend out shooting on very remote public land in New Mexico. We received several comments on how quiet the cab of the truck was and how nice it drove. This is the sixth Ford vehicle I have owned and the third 4 X 4, the other two being ‘79 and ‘93 Bronco’s. Our new truck performed amazingly and negotiated sand and slope obstacles with no problem. My wife snapped this photo which she likes to claim shows how even though the truck is elegant and a pleasure to drive, it is very much still tough truck. We love our truck and are excited to see the new 2011 Explorer!

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