It is pretty unusual looking, isn't it, Maria? Thanks for stopping by.
Oh yes, it is. I like it. I would like to drive it:))
C'mon over. I'll bet if you asked nice, they'd let you. ; )
Now THAT's a 4x4 with style!!
Haha, may be, not1 word :)))
Greetings from Hamburg, nice weekend, Maria
Thanks, D B W. We try not to be too out of style 'round here. ; )
Thanks, Maria. I'll let them know to expect you. ; )
Ok, I am waiting;))
With a dually version like that, I am guessing they can make that 500-gallon moonshine run in one trip.
You're probably onto something there, Kris. Good to have you stop in for a visit.
wow what a mean old thing :) Best wishes, Peter
Pretty cool looking, isn't it, Peter? Thanks for the visit, and my best to you, as well.
Great Rig!....Make it out to be an early 50s vintage Dodge or Desoto...Wonder what he's got under the hood?
Hello, and thanks, PGHolbrook. If I remember correctly, it was a Dodge Custom. It's pretty unusual looking, and I'm glad it caught your eye. No idea about the heart of it, but I'd bet that he's got plenty of power.
Pretty striking, isn't it, ®ock?
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