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Old 04-10-2010, 01:19 PM
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2011 Test Drive

My friends at Superior Ford in Siloam Springs Ark. let me drive this truck and snap a bunch of pics.

Probably the nicest truck I have ever driven.
Probably the most power from a stock truck I have ever driven.

2011..F250..4x4..Crew Cab..Short Bed..White Platinum Mat Tri Coat..Black Leather.......

















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i was at ford yesterday for parts and walked over to the sales dept. they dont have em yet and was told sometime this month they should start receiving some. i want to test drive one as well. great pics tone
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i was at ford yesterday for parts and walked over to the sales dept. they dont have em yet and was told sometime this month they should start receiving some. i want to test drive one as well. great pics tone
I dont know if I would recommend test driving one, I just busted open my piggy bank
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Friday, while I was picking up parts for my truck and scheduling service for the car...


I got permission to grab a 2011 and beat the hell out of it for a day. My report will be out soon.
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ford acually let you take a new 60k truck and beat the snot out of it? and then give it back?


i wonder if anyone can do that.
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ford acually let you take a new 60k truck and beat the snot out of it? and then give it back?


i wonder if anyone can do that.
If you spend as much as I do on service and parts, bought other vehicles there, and have spotless credit..


They don't care. The dealer has seen my truck and know how I treat it. They also know that the maintenance that I do on my truck is better than 99% of all trucks out there. Same with my car. And they know that I double check all of their work.

Another Example:

My wife is looking for a new car. She can't decide between a BMW 535 or the Infiniti m37.

Both dealers are setting up weekend test drives for her. Pick the car up on Friday evening, drop it off Sunday.
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MSRP of $60,000.oo...........
Let me show ya what that can buy....with a few grand left over...

$17,500.oo

$3,500.oo

$8,500.oo

$9,000.oo

$6,000.oo

$2,800.oo

$2,900.oo

$950.oo

$3,000.oo
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MSRP of $60,000.oo...........
Let me show ya what that can buy....with a few grand left over...

$17,500.oo

$3,500.oo

$8,500.oo

$9,000.oo

$6,000.oo

$2,800.oo

$2,900.oo

$950.oo

$3,000.oo
At the risk of sounding like a complete ***...

I currently have, had, or have done everything in that list. One thing I would like, is to get my hands on the new 6.7 f250. And seeing that mustang, reminds me of my old 1971 Boss 351. One of a few things I regret getting rid of.

Do I think it's worth the 60k? Hell no. But I'm a cheap bastard.
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At the risk of sounding like a complete ***...

I currently have, had, or have done everything in that list. One thing I would like, is to get my hands on the new 6.7 f250. And seeing that mustang, reminds me of my old 1971 Boss 351. One of a few things I regret getting rid of.

Do I think it's worth the 60k? Hell no. But I'm a cheap bastard.
I agree, I have a lot of the things on the list and am still going to buy a 60K list price truck..............in a few mounths when you can get one for 50K
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I agree, I have a lot of the things on the list and am still going to buy a 60K list price truck..............in a few mounths when you can get one for 50K

My truck will still be fine for another 11 years. If Jen and I buy the land I'm looking at, I'll need another truck.


Which will be a 2011 F350 with the 6.7L
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