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Old 09-14-2018, 03:05 PM   #11
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New 1 TON... $50,000 plus! New Hood-scoop... J C Whitney $20.00 +/- ! You choose. Other than that I read a lot of "Techno-babble". They make two trucks in the HD class regardless of manufacturer. 3/4 or 1 TON, Of course there's a difference!

p.s. My '65 GTO had a hood scoop too! Didn't work, but sure looked COOL! I painted it "Candy Apple Red" so no one could miss it... LOL
Don't know if you ever watch those vintage car auctions from Las Vegas (I think). The old goats bring some serious money if they are bone stock and perfect. The ones with a few tasteful mods can bring good cash too.

My old clunker F250 is so non-stock that it would be really hard to compare it to the original version. Suspension has been heavily upgraded and it rides terrible as a result; wish they would pave the roads out in my part of the county!
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