Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by NIGHTMARE, Oct 23, 2009.
$34,000 12,000 miles
Does the white look too much like a fleet vehicle?
Are you going to be actually using that big slut as intended?
Tow my car to the track.
that truck in black =
in white, yea.. kinda looks like a company truck
that's crazy. you can get new one for $15k off MSRP which is essentially the same price as that one. And carmax is overpriced to begin with
I'm gonna try the dealer before I buy. I really wanna see what they can do.
Man I love those Alcoa rims.
I always wanted to see a Super Single on the rear instead of the duals.
Is your track car by chance a Cadillac Fleetwood with a trunk full of sand and pennies?
Nice truck, but a half ton should suffice. If you can get a killer deal on this though, make it happen.
I'd rock it, rather have a 2500 though.
fuck man, get a 3/4 ton
unless you have a full on goose neck enclosed tailor
Looks like it would be good if you need to tow 15,000+ lbs regularly. I'd say it's overkill for towing a car to the track though.
I wouldn't personally buy a diesel in white either.
It's a real shame we don't have midsized diesel trucks in this country. A midsized truck with a 3.5-4.5 liter turbodiesel would be more than enough for a lot of what people buy these 8 liter ridiculous roadhogging behemoths for.
Toyota 4Runners have a 7,000lb tow rating - why would you overkill your need?
Get a F450
Imagine a 1500 truck with a good 4.0 I-6 Diesel...fuck.
Needs a 35' power boat with twin 1200hp screws on the back
with custom paint job of course
pretty sweet i guess...
I'd love to have a 1/2 ton based truck with a small diesel. any chevy/ford/dodge 3/4 ton is still more truck than I really need
until then, I'll still rock my Lightning as my tow vehicle.
I'd love to have them sell the Tacoma diesels over here.
thats a lot of truck to tow a car
Used they're nearly the same price.
you can pull that with a 2500 ....no need for a dually