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post #1 of 203 (permalink) Old 03-30-2013, 04:47 PM Thread Starter
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Chevy's Run Deep!

We've had this baby for a while! It's still got the all original metal and the original drive train has been removed and put on the side.




A nice tribute to some great trucks!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYrQQKLqusc

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It's breeding,training...and something unknown.
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Nice truck!! Gotta love those old Chevys

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Re: Chevy's Run Deep!

I came to realize awhile ago that all the old trucks were great trucks. Ford, chevy, dodge, even Toyota. They were built to be straight forward with good metal, and far less parts prone to fail. U-joints, and all that don't even count.
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Re: Chevy's Run Deep!

I highly disagree with the Toyota comment.
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post #5 of 203 (permalink) Old 03-31-2013, 02:45 PM
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Re: Chevy's Run Deep!

All my Pickups have been full size, especially when I was farming and later had a landscaping business, now I went to a Chevy Colorado, Crew Cab (4 dr), 4WD, 5 ft body , love it gets 19.4 -20.8 mpg just aroudnd town , easy to park , easy to maneuver, don't need a full size anymore,this is the ticket for me.......
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Re: Chevy's Run Deep!

Ron, I really like the Colorado, my hunting buddy got one with the 5.3 V-8, locking rear, 4WD, etc. The truck is awesome! I was looking into one, but my 99 S-10 just won't quit. It's got 230,000 miles, doesn't use any oil, and runs fine, so it's hard to get rid of!

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Re: Chevy's Run Deep!

You must be mistakin,the Colarado doesn,t come in a V8.Only a 4,and 5 cyl.
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Re: Chevy's Run Deep!

Starting in 2009 GM offered the Colorado with a V8, unfortunately they never publicized it much. It's a heck of a truck! The 5.3 LS series motor is world class, plenty of power and good fuel economy.


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Anybody that would pay that much needs their head examined.
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post #10 of 203 (permalink) Old 04-01-2013, 10:26 PM
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I thought 2011 was the start of the V8, but I cant debate you on that....
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