'Cause I'm tellin' ya, from my experiences in England and Australia,
they'd sell like hotcakes. I've only been in Oz for a few months, and
I've had many conversations with Aussies about how cool they think my
truck is (a 2001 Dakota SLT, 4x4, club cab, with a Line-X bedliner).
Talked with an Aussie corrections officer for like a half-hour about how
cool he thinks my truck is...
:sigh: Aussie guys lust after my truck more than me :( [but Hubby's
happy with that].
Brits also loved my truck, but not nearly as much as the Aussies do.
Might be because it's easier to park here (parking spots in England are
made for minis, I think), and 4x4s are more a necessity here in the Outback.
My favorite moment though, was back in England. I was helping a friend
move a childs' piano (they did the lifting, I just drove). I'd talked
to this one college student guy about engine sizes, etc... when we got
to the new place, they were standing there, and as I drove up, he asked
me to rev the engine (4.7l v8, very very big by Brit standards). I did.
Unfortunately, I missed the expression on his face, but everybody
there started laughing, especially when he said, "Do it again! Do it
again!" like he was about five.
Oh, and it's become a very popular vehicle with the under-15s here too,
'cause the parents are allowing them to ride in the bed when we're at
the showgrounds [fairgrounds] moving stuff and hay for RDA.
Seriously, though, why don't they sell Dodge (Dakotas) overseas (outside