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post #81 of 277 Old 02-18-2010, 10:31 AM
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yeah, I plan on at least 300000 out of my 6.0 ford. 400 would be better, and i'd be thrilled to get 500. It's going to die of usage (or animals based on the last year for it) before I get rid of hte thing!
Yeah, a beetle is a my dream car, the tdi part just kind of came as a bonus. I plan to drive this one into the ground.

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post #82 of 277 Old 10-24-2010, 08:19 AM
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Right now I have a 01 Oldsmobile Silhouette. Yep, it's a minivan, but considering all I have to pay is gas for it(I've got a full time job living away from home, my family covers my insurance and basically 'gave' me the van) I'm not complaining. It handles very well in snow too.


But I'm hoping by springtime I can trade it/sell it for a Chevrolet Colorado


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post #83 of 277 Old 10-24-2010, 09:40 AM
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Here is my new baby, named Francesca but we call her Franny!! She is a 2004 Ford F150. I've had her for about a month now


And my Chevy Cobalt, I believe an 07? Her name is Concertina She is retired for the winter...baaaaad winter driving car (slides all over) and has a bunch of problems I don't wanna deal with until the spring!

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post #84 of 277 Old 10-25-2010, 11:23 AM
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Here is my new baby, named Francesca but we call her Franny!! She is a 2004 Ford F150. I've had her for about a month now


And my Chevy Cobalt, I believe an 07? Her name is Concertina She is retired for the winter...baaaaad winter driving car (slides all over) and has a bunch of problems I don't wanna deal with until the spring!
I do love the Chevy Cobalt...and I was thinking about getting one, but now that you say that it's a bad winter driving car..... I don't like the sounds of that... Does yours not have traction control? Or what makes it such a bad winter driving car?


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post #85 of 277 Old 10-25-2010, 12:39 PM
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I do love the Chevy Cobalt...and I was thinking about getting one, but now that you say that it's a bad winter driving car..... I don't like the sounds of that... Does yours not have traction control? Or what makes it such a bad winter driving car?
We've actually had nothing but problems with our Cobalt and we bought it new. I personally have never driven it in the winter but I've been in it for many slip and slides! also have gotten stuck quite a few times. But just going off the nonstop problems we have had with it, I'd advise against getting one. My mom said our insurance costed more with the Cobalt because of all the issues people have had with it, I know there is a steering recall on it as well. Maybe we just got really unlucky and got a bad one, I don't know! LOL but I'll be using it as my summer/fall car only, my mom refuses for me to drive it in the winter.

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Well I just sadly sold my truck because I was unemployed for a few months and needed to catch up, but I'm finally getting caught back up and am just starting to shop a little again. Looking for a 2005 Dodge Ram I think. Love my dodges, but here are my past 3 vehicles, all bought completely stock...

2003 Dodge Ram



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post #87 of 277 Old 10-25-2010, 01:41 PM
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Here's our 1999 F-150 though...





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post #88 of 277 Old 10-26-2010, 08:40 PM
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2007 Pontiac Solstice with added superchager

I love your car! I have one myself. I posted it earlier, but since I love it so much, here it is again!



It's a GXP with a GMPP update, whatever that means! (my husband's the car lover, I just nod and smile)
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post #89 of 277 Old 10-27-2010, 12:50 PM
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2005 Dodge Dakota

Love this thread and seeing the vehicles, nice rides all!
My 2005 Dodge Dakota. It's an SLT 4x4 with the rear suicide doors. I got it for a steal about 2 years ago from a Chevy dealer used car lot, at that time it had 16,500 on the odometer and under factory warranty still. The color is actually one that Chrysler produced or still does called deep molten red pearl. It's been an awesome truck and perfect side for me, the Michigan roads with all the bumps and pot hole have beat the heck out of it and it doesn't blink. The dirt roads are worse and goes through the deep snow without a problem.
Sorry that the picture isn't the best but my driveway is short and I gotta park it at an angle to keep the bed from hanging over onto the sidewalk as much as possible.
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post #90 of 277 Old 10-30-2010, 06:33 PM
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We've actually had nothing but problems with our Cobalt and we bought it new. I personally have never driven it in the winter but I've been in it for many slip and slides! also have gotten stuck quite a few times. But just going off the nonstop problems we have had with it, I'd advise against getting one. My mom said our insurance costed more with the Cobalt because of all the issues people have had with it, I know there is a steering recall on it as well. Maybe we just got really unlucky and got a bad one, I don't know! LOL but I'll be using it as my summer/fall car only, my mom refuses for me to drive it in the winter.
I think I'm going to run the opposite direction and not even consider a Cobalt... That does sound like it's a build issue...I've been looking more into them, and I see nothing but low reviews and as you said, steering recall, and then some with problems.
Thanks for the imput! I do appreciate it!


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