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Old 02-26-2016, 07:55 AM   #41
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Did it look like this? Toyota has not produced a Diesel Tundra let alone yellow. It's looking like 2018 before a redesign will be happening but for now no mention of a Diesel.Attachment 22195
you could be right but I would have sworn it was a tundra, but I'm getting old eyes aren't what they once were but I d know it was ugly
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Old 02-26-2016, 08:32 PM   #42
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You guys are all tightwads. Loosen up and spend your kids inheritance, they were just going to waste it anyway....
No argument from me there. There are alot of tightwads on this forum, me and nambarc included.
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Old 02-29-2016, 12:04 PM   #43
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Just picked up a 2013 F-450 with 15,500 miles on it. Still smells new. Lariat model with every option you could think of. Previous owner has more money and horses than I could dream of. Buys a new truck every other year and only uses it to move her horse trailer. Saved over 20K buying gently used. Def the way to go with these prices today.
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Just picked up a 2013 F-450 with 15,500 miles on it. Still smells new. Lariat model with every option you could think of. Previous owner has more money and horses than I could dream of. Buys a new truck every other year and only uses it to move her horse trailer. Saved over 20K buying gently used. Def the way to go with these prices today.
You are going to love having a beast for a truck. Makes towing an RV so much less like work.

Congratulations on your new acquisition.
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You are going to love having a beast for a truck. Makes towing an RV so much less like work.

Congratulations on your new acquisition.
Thanks! Looking forward to it, picking up the trailer Tuesday for a quick weekend trip next week!
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Amazing,wish I had such luck. Congrats on your new TV!
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