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    3 12 volt batteries hooked up in series along with 3 12 volt generators in series driving off the rear axle, free energy, My dream car.
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    We have a 2010 Dodge Grand Caravan with 137000+ trouble free miles. My father inlaw's '95 Cavavan went 270000+ before the tranny started to act up, otherwise problem free......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    2015 Durango...60,000 trouble free miles.
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    We have a 2010 Dodge Grand Caravan with 137000+ trouble free miles. My father inlaw's '95 Cavavan went 270000+ before the tranny started to act up, otherwise problem free......
    A flip o' the coin as to what you end up with?

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    My wife's job was just outsourced to Canada with the sale of Oppenheimer Funds. 849 other people lost their jobs also.
    The news here did a 10second blurb on it. But when Coors moved 200 jobs they spent days rehashing the story. I guess beer is more important.

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    I'm currently sitting on 81,500 miles on my 2011 Ford F-150. Take it in twice yearly for servicing and still runs like a top. I did have a few "engine light" issues within the first 2 years of ownership but mostly manifold intake condensation due to a new engine fuel injection design. After the kinks worked out = smooth sailing; and all the condensation and injection issues covered by warranty. I have the "Platinum" line but would never buy another of these at retail (start in mid 50K and run into the mid 60Ks). I bought mine used (had 5K miles on it) in 2012 and got it for ~ 40,000; then I got an insane trade-in on my 2001 F-150 Lariat that was getting too expensive to keep running. In all honesty, I abused the hell out of that truck. Paid off the balance in 6 months. I see quite a few "Platinum" trim lines on the roads now but in 2011, their year of introduction, they were hard as hell to sell at the premium Ford was asking. Their "FX4" and "Lariat" have been and remain their best sellers . . at least in my neck of the woods. Oh, and it came with a nice sticker stating it was manufactured at the final assembly plant in Michigan.
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