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Trappers Ride, Trappers Pride 5 years 5 months ago #717

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Just thought this might be fun.

A little over a year ago, I bought myself a new truck. Or, at least, a new to ME truck. A 1978 half ton, GMC pick=up with a 350 and a 4 speed. I paid the man 700 dollars for it. Literally bought it on Wednesday, picked it up on Thursday and Sunday morning struck out to Black River Falls Wisconsin, a 2600 mile round trip. Now, how many people do you know that have the nerve to try THAT? :huh:

But, in the past year, with the need of very little service, it has driven it's way into my heart.

Here is my trapping ride,

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Actually, it's my work truck/trapping truck/fishing truck/go to Sunday meeting truck/personal ride. And, YES, the four wheel drive works! :P

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Okay. I showed you mine. Show me yours!
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Trappers Ride, Trappers Pride 5 years 5 months ago #718

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That truck is in good shape for its age....If it was in Ohio, it would be rusted away..You would need a tetanus shot to ride in it....lol
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Trappers Ride, Trappers Pride 5 years 5 months ago #719

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This is my Sunday cruiser..2013 Challenger 5.7 liter Hemi - 5spd. I only drive it when i have a day off, and its nice out. Been parked in the garage since the beginning od Dec............ :( . My everyday driver gets alot of miles on it is a Caddy Escalade. Its a nice vehicle for realty work. Clients are comfortable in it. and lots of room in the back for signs, etc. Its my "customer trapping" vehicle. I dont have any pics of it handy.
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Trappers Ride, Trappers Pride 5 years 5 months ago #720

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Double post somehow..sorry..noodles on the keyboard....lol
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Trappers Ride, Trappers Pride 5 years 5 months ago #721

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My Dad had a Chevy truck like that, but it was a rust bucket.... Its what i learned to drive in, and drove it to High School for a while..
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Trappers Ride, Trappers Pride 5 years 5 months ago #722

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That's crazy taking a un-proven truck cross country right off the bat. Not something I would do. How many miles on that work horse, sure the odometer has turned over a time or 2.
I have a 2000 Silverado coming up on a 170K , had the trans rebuilt about 10k miles ago. I'll have to take a few pic's.
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