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I'm 23 years old, was never much of a vehicle-person until 2006 when I got my '94 F150 XL(which is slowly growing a T)
Ever since then I've been getting to know more and more, if you've been to the Acme grocery store in Easton or Lowes in easton and have seen a red '94 F150 with little welder-men stickers on the side, that'd be me
I just recently started working at Advance Auto, worked in Easton until the Cambridge store opened up and now I'm stationed in there.
As such, Big Red isn't quite economical to run every day anymore and my current daily driver has been a '95 Lincoln continental.
I'm a Ford man and don't care for much else, spare a jeep wrangler or a Delorean DMC 12
I always go to the town cruisin on fri nights, try to go to Bullocks cruisin too. If you come to one, stop and say hey. My truck- original 6 banger, cragar smoothies and cab/bed are 1 piece east to spot.
I'd take Red cruising but right now she's fussy about doing 30mph, I don't think that helps my mileage any; I did manage to change my fuel filter though '95 Lincoln Continental has the quicky-change fuel filter that uses the two plastic clips;
Where's the justice? Red uses the quick-connect that requires the tool! lol
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