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Old 6/27/13, 02:14 PM
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Old 6/27/13, 02:39 PM
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Eh. Pickups just don't look all the different to me lately.
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Old 6/27/13, 03:46 PM
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Eh. Pickups just don't look all the different to me lately.
I agree 100%. It seems that especially in the last couple of years, they have all gone back to their utilitarian roots. They have become more vanilla than a Camry LE...
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The Atlas Concept was at a BBQ joint here in Dallas yesterday!
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They look cool!... but yeah I see what you mean. Resembles a little of the Dodge Ram...

I do like it more than the current one but I'm tired of every new truck getting larger and larger in every dimension... Ground clearance keeps getting shorter.
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They look cool!... but yeah I see what you mean. Resembles a little of the Dodge Ram...

I do like it more than the current one but I'm tired of every new truck getting larger and larger in every dimension... Ground clearance keeps getting shorter.
Yea the front of my truck scrapes those parking blocks and its factory stock
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Yea the front of my truck scrapes those parking blocks and its factory stock
I know it's all about mpg... but... Idk... I wish it was more easy to accomplish without lowering so much.

Besides being a Ford guy, that's why I don't like the new and newish Silverados/Sierras... It's like a 2-FT tall front bumper..
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Its cool...But some resembles is there......
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Trucks have to be uni-sex. I see a lot of women driving pickups. F150's are so big, my 91 F150 looks small beside the newer F150's
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