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    Truck. Dodge RAM 1500. Matter of fact, we drive it to Florida instead of my wife's Lexus. More room in the front, and on long trips, more comfortable. It's a 2011 with 150K miles. Still runs great, and on trips, 22mpg.
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    I'm an SUV guy (give me a Suburban any day). Growing up on a farm where we had trucks (not to be confused with pickups) I always found it comical when city-slickers called their pickup a truck. True, it is a pickup-truck, but those of us who drove real trucks sure knew the difference and it was revealing when said.
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    Both.
    I don't think i could do just one or the other like back in the days of single cab trucks. A truck was a truck and a car was a car. My 4 door Tacoma is both. If it wasn't i would have a car and a truck not one or the other. I have an undercover truck bed cover so its like a big trunk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaBravoKS View Post
    I'm an SUV guy (give me a Suburban any day). Growing up on a farm where we had trucks (not to be confused with pickups) I always found it comical when city-slickers called their pickup a truck. True, it is a pickup-truck, but those of us who drove real trucks sure knew the difference and it was revealing when said.

    Well, ya know, for family transportation and pulling the RV or launching the boat, a pick up TRUCK is a bit more practical than a Peterbuilt.
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    Yup, Pickup Truck. A F-150 at that....
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaBravoKS View Post
    I'm an SUV guy (give me a Suburban any day). Growing up on a farm where we had trucks (not to be confused with pickups) I always found it comical when city-slickers called their pickup a truck. True, it is a pickup-truck, but those of us who drove real trucks sure knew the difference and it was revealing when said.
    We must have grown up on much different farms. Our pickups were trucks and so were the trucks we used to haul grain. Never made a heck of a lot of difference. If we were making a run to the elevator to drop off grain, we didn't take the little truck. When we went to town for tractor parts we didn't take the big truck.
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    Wife has always had a car, and me, a pickup. When riding or driving in a car, I always feel like my butt is about to drag the pavement.
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    I am a truck guy, but due to kids I have had SUVs lately.
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    2013 F150 4X4. I am passing my Jeep Liberty to my daughter as she starts driving soon.

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    I prefer trucks. I've had station wagons and jeeps before. I think the biggest truck I've ever driven was a UKE (Euclid dump truck)It's one of the few trucks where you can look down into a Semi.

    I just feel like half my vision is gone when I drive a car. Current truck is a 2009 GMC Sierra crew cab. All my hunting clothes, some wool blankets, sleeping bag, and range gear stay in it all the time. I've also camped out in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NativeTexan View Post
    Well, ya know, for family transportation and pulling the RV or launching the boat, a pick up TRUCK is a bit more practical than a Peterbuilt.
    ...a lot of things are more practical than a Poorlybilt.
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