Car-spotting thread


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Those are for the fork lift, so the junk yard can move it around easier. These are the biggest POS gm has ever sold to the public

Funny you say that as I've been tossing around trading my Ram 2500 in for a new GMC 1500 with the 3.0 Duramax as my wife wants us to have truck that's easier for her to drive.

I got the Ram used/CPO for a good price last summer and traded in a 2015 GMC 2500 that was climbing in mileage and also had some fucked up electric issues the first couple of years I owned it.

I don't tow much but when I do it's nice to have power and stability. This load was working the 6.7 on the hills the other day. I have a feeling it would have been a lot more stressful on a 1500.

And the only issue I've heard with this generation 6.7 Cummins is the CP4 IP which a few companies have solved with a CP3 conversion for around $3k.


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I’ve walked the dog around this area of the neighborhood for 3 years and yesterday was the first time I saw this olds. I guess they usually garage it.

Then on today’s ride I had to stop and take a pic of this thing I totally want one. Looks like it even has a snow plow attachment but not sure if it’s 4wd.

On my way back from getting bagels this morning this guy had his 69 cuda out getting some fresh air. I live 4 blocks away and I can hear when he cranks it up from inside my house. What you can’t see is the new Tesla Model 3 behind it.



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Yes, a lot of them come in 4WD. There are a few manufacturers that made kei trucks and there's a bunch on Facebook Marketplace, etc. You can get them for 5-9k in most cases. I always wanted the Honda Acty mini-minivan.
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