Texans: Ya gotta love 'em

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  1. Zig

    Zig Member

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    Well, even though my CHIEFS flamed out down Texas way, it was a great day for my truck.
    Thumbs up from so many, and two people just had to take pictures of it before I left the grocery store.

    Have I mentioned how much I appreciate the help I got on here that has me rolling around town?
    Here's hoping your team won, and you enjoyed the ride. #cool#
     
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  2. coilover

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    I think every car company has made a Texas special edition pickup cause they love them so much. Don't know of many places you see a gal in high heels and dressed to the nines roll into her country club in a PICKUP. (Might be a Lincoln pickup). Rumor has it a big cheese with Toyota went to a Cowboys game with an American associate and when seeing more pickups than cars in the parking lot asked if everyone was hauling something. When told they prefer the trucks over cars the Toyota man carried a change of thinking back to Japan.
     
  3. Bill Hanlon

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    ... and now they build their US trucks in San Antonio.
     
  4. 50 Chevy LS3

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    Now, Evan, you know pictures are mandatory, on this forum.:D

    Steve.
     
  5. vwnate1

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    Men, Trucks, a Dog and rifle/fishing rig/tool box ~ it's an American thing #wink# .

    TEXAS is a wonderful place , everyone needs to visit there at least once .
     

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