Hey numb nuts; where do you suppose Ford gets their truck diesel
from? Where do you suppose GM gets their truck transmissions
"good value," now there's something you wouldn't want to look
Ford? Can't be, they use a third party diesel engine in their
GM? Can't be, they use third party diesel engines and
transmissions in their trucks.
Damn, there's that "good value" thing again.
Yeah, all those buzz box ignition and gravity feed wick
You should tell that to my ten year old Dakota, you know, Dodge's
mid sized pick up truck with way more room in it than a Ford
Ranger or Chevy S-10. For some damn reason, it just isn't
rusting away in chunks like my F-150 did and the damn thing just
doesn't drink gasoline like the Ford did either.
Did lots and lots of head gaskets on Fords, did lots and lots of
head gaskets on GMs. Of course, GM transmissions are so good,
they had to go to Allison for their transmissions to attract
Saturn is an import?
Sheesh, what a dolt.
Tell me something genius; where does Pontiac source the GTO from?
I guess if you totally ignore the fact that Chevrolet is building
engines for the North American market in China....
I want an engine from the country that squished it's citizens
with military tanks!
Now -that- is status!
My father and I both kept a Dakota for about 15 years. No rust, like you
said. My son is a carpenter and has one now that is 10 years old and
running strong. The 87 Caravan I sold to a friend after I had it 10 years.
They drove it another 5 years and nearly 200K miles before the Mitsushitty
3.0 engine got to smoking too badly. Neighbor across the street has a 1995
Caravan with 190K miles on it. Still runs great (did replace the tranny a
while back tough). Several people at the office have Caravans with over
100K miles on them. Neil has simply lost his mind...or is a troll.
you're wright about one thing DODGE does look allot better and runs
better and last better . buy one and you will find out . i had my DODGE
for 5 years now and its still a great truck with 175,000 miles on it . i
love driving it its a 93 and no rust like a JUNK CHEVROLET
Well you'll be waiting quite a while, it appears. Chrysler/Dodge sales keep
going up, while Ford and GM sales keep going down. I will say that I hate
the fact that Chrysler is no longer a US-owned company though!
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