Work Horse
NOV
23

This past summer i had to trade in my honda prelude for a truck. It was paid off, but i need a truck to start a mowing business to support my family. While looking around several dealers, i came across this beautiful looking truck. I was sold! Took it for a test drive and it was like no truck i had ever driven. To this day, this truck has helped me do many jobs that need me to haul a trailer and equipment. I love it so much i am buying a 2011 when they become avialable!

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Matthew DUDE!!! I *JUST* sold my \'96 Prelude SI VTEC for a 2007 Ford F150 XL like a month ago! Talk about crazy! I love my truck as well, helped me move into my apartment, and I was the only guy at my ROTC unit who had my truck on hand when it came time to moving nearly twelve hundred pounds worth of equipment, and we fit it all into my bed along with four other cadets and drove it to our staging area. Great product, just wish that the gas mileage could be better on the V6.
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David I was stocking up on fire wood for this winter 2010. Hopefully we get more snow than ice this year here in Arkansas.
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James Loving the photo of a hard working truck!
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