i orginally wanted a truck for towing show cars accrost the states........and i think i need it more now towards mountain driving. My poor NEMISIS isnt going to make it to CA this month i fear the damage is too great (i think i just dont want to risk it). so im nearly in a RUSH to get a truck!
hahahaha, i do need a truck i really should get my ass off Cregslist! im still pissed fucking dealership never responded to my offer. i still fucking want the truck but i refuse to pay that much for it..........i can buy another classic car and sell it for 5,000 more in two years!
Do you do a lot of heavy duty working and/or does it snow where you are frequently? If so, get the truck. But then, that begs the question, can you afford to put gas in the truck? It costs my dad close to $80 to fill his up, lol.
$120+ for gas actually, it costs $60 for my challenger. (cost of gas and fuel econemy i can careless for, i want something im willing to take that price) my 71 takes 9 miles per gallon, and i dont have a meter for it. so i have to stick my hand in the tank to find out how much i have left.
i only need a truck for work, and for winter driving, i couldnt make it up the hill a few weeks ago and had to call my father 5 hours away to come get my sorry ass. other than that, the truck will be stored away during the summer.
i just cant find the sun of a bitch for the price im willing to spend for a truck, in my color, size and motor and condition! i put an offer of 11,500 for a truck and the dealership never responded so i guess no.....
im mainly looking for daily drivers LOL. Im going to stop driving my 2010 challenger due to some internal issues it has now. and i fear its not fixable.....i want to keep him for well forever but as far as i know........im going to lose him.
I've wanted a truck for a while but the main thing stopping me is just the price of driving one. I have enough trouble with thirty bucks for my little Honda, I'd need a second job for the truck just for gas. But in the wintertime here... no traction at all. I'm skidding to and fro.