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    No, much tougher.

    Video is 16 minutes long, but worth it.
    Trust me

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...60372341641699

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    I have dial up at home so the download will take forever. I have always said I would rather push my Ford than drive a Chevy.

    Now, I just bought two new Chevy 3500 vans in August, I would much rather drive them than any Ford!


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    Talking

    James is now on the clock!
    There's TREACHERY AFOOT!!!

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    Notice that was an old basic Toyota. Nice clip though.
    If everything was always done "by the book"....the book would never change.

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    My point was I didn't think a Ford could have handled that.

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    Originally posted by Collin
    My point was I didn't think a Ford could have handled that.
    I started to post that at about the same time. You probably saw it where I did at Ernies.. Say, could a Dodge handle that along with the depreciation? LOL

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    Amazing!

    But I'll pretty much guarantee ya that today's Toyotas wouldn't be able to handle that kind of abuse either. Especially since all cars are now controlled by an onboard computer. So, lightin' the thing on fire would've killed it. It would kill any car nowadays!
    WHY?

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    Cool James

    As much as I like my truck, I can't see it surviving that.

    Gotta love EHOWA.

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    Re: Amazing!

    Originally posted by special ed
    But I'll pretty much guarantee ya that today's Toyotas wouldn't be able to handle that kind of abuse either. Especially since all cars are now controlled by an onboard computer. So, lightin' the thing on fire would've killed it. It would kill any car nowadays!
    Yep, and that was a TV show. If they wanted to prove a point, they should have put it under the building

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    I agree with ya there. Once I saw they had it strapped to the TOP of the bldg. I knew it was gonna be just fine.
    WHY?

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    The key to serviving was the simple diesel!

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    Th e TOYOTA

    That model has a "SOLID-FRONT AXLE" and a "DIESEL" engine unlike the "FAGGY" Independent front suspension,dash mounted 4 wheel drive selecter switch. "GOD FORBID" any of us "LAZY FAT" AMERICANS should bend down to pull a lever to engage the truck into 4-wheel drive or have to haul our fat asses out of the truck to spin the "MANUAL HUBS"

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    There's TREACHERY AFOOT!!!

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