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Old 12-16-2010, 05:48 PM   #11
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Get a Chevy blazer 2 door. Its not the best on gas, but a damn strong truck indeed.
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the body should fall apart LONG before the powertrain does... for reliabilty and economy reasons a 3100/3400/3800 equipped car would be best, not to mention they're freaking everywhere. the 1st gens and 1.5gens are cheap these days, not to mention can be made to handle anything up to Auto-X VERY cheaply, while still giving a damn comfortable ride.
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