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Old 02-24-2008, 06:04 PM   #1
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Default My GMC Sierra 1500

the black carpeting shows the salt terribly but it looks great clean
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Standard cab, going to have to get a tool box for some storage now.
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the camera is old and doesn't take great pics anymore...
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Still has some life left in the tires.
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and here is what i use for weight in the rear. about 150 lbs of mats.
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i guess i'm lucky...i dont need any weight in the rear without snow down here. but anyways i like your truck...it looks strangely familiar.
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looks familiar to me too, but thats maybe because i see ten a day.... hell, theres so many trucks here, i parked next to 3 white WBH avalanches at walmart...i've done that twice now actually

not a bad truck tho...i wouldn't mind having a real WT just so I wouldn't have to worry about scratching the paint or getting crap on the charcoal leather.
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Wow, uhh, does that have ANY options on it?
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Wow, uhh, does that have ANY options on it?
actually, yes...
color matched headliner and carpeting! also, has a bedliner... that might be about it though

shes plain but thats alright, less to break that way! i'll be getting a better, more loaded, truck in a few years once Sara and i get out lives on track together... this is one of those steping stone trucks you could say.
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do you use it for work or jst as a cruiser cuz that is a big a$$ bed...
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I went from a '81 F-150, to a '01 Sierra C3. Talk about extremes. I'll say this, that '81 I paid $350 for, another $150 in parts, and she lasted me 2 years. Never once did I have to worry about a scratch, a dent, or anything else. IT was a fun truck to have. So enjoy your stepping stone.
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do you use it for work or jst as a cruiser cuz that is a big a$$ bed...
yup, its a big a$$ bed. I use it as a cruiser DD. it'll be nice to have when i get my DJ gigs though. won't have to borrow a truck anymore . i'll use the bed, just not ALL the time.
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I'm looking for a truck identical to that, but with 4x4. A v6 combo with 4x4 is very difficult to find for anything a little newer.

Our basic work truck is getting worn out. I wouldn't have a truck any other way, though. Stripped down. Less stuff to break, and use the truck for the purpose it was designed for!
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vital might want to check Cooks GM in Vassar or one of the Joseph auto group dealers... usualy has a huge selection of trucks
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