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My Ford magazine is running a new column called the Question. This month's question:
If we gave you a $100 gas card, where would you take your Ford?
The person with the best response will receive a $100 gas card. Winning and non-winning responses may be published in the next issue. Please respond to this thread with your name, city/state, and phone or email so we can contact you.
I would load my 1984 Bronco onto my flatbed hooked to my just as good as the day I bought it new 1994 supercab powerstroke dually with only 348,000 miles on it and take the Bronco to the Silver Lake Sand Dunes. The dually would get part of that card to get there and back, we'd be nice and give the Bronco the balance. Once at Silver Lake I'd have to see how many feet off the ground I can get the Bronco, cuz that's just plain fun. Relax on the beach for a while, stare at my truck, at Lake Michigan, and then go find some Chevy's that think they're fast. Load back up, go to the campsite and sit by a warm campfire, surrounded by my favorite Fords.
Mike - 2000 4x4 CC LB F-350 7.3L SuperChips Flashpaq, 4" turbo back exhaust, 6637.
Originally Posted by Toyman
Dude you get thirsty at mid swallow of your beer, don't hide it.......
Let's see, that'd be about 800 miles. I bet I could make it to Arches National Park in Utah from Edgewood, NM with that. I might not make it back, but oh well. I'll just push the truck. Rather be pushin a Ford, than...
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Gone - 1990 F250HD Extended Cab 4x4 460 5spd 4.10 gears
New to the garage - 1999 F250 SD Lariat Extended Cab 5.4 V8 4x4
Mud is for playing, Asphalt is for getting there!!
I would also go to Silver Lake. With $100 I could take both trucks,let my brother take my 78 bronco and I could take my 79 stepside. That would be a good place to have his bachelor party. We had mine there in 2000
$100= about 65 gallons
65 gallons = about 1200 miles
I'm loading up the Ranger and taking my son to the mountains. Nothing like a father and son fishing / camping trip. He is finally getting to the age where we are bonding. The things we do today will decide who he is in the future.
98 Ranger 3.0L
Spray in liner
UWS Bed Protectors
Dee Zee tailgate cap
Curt class III hitch
Location: Denver to Cheyenne, everywhere in between
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I'd take my Ford Sized Jeep (FSJ) to the Full Size Jeep Jamboree in Ouray, CO in July to show all the guys tht stuck Chebby engines and guts in their Jeeps what a mistake they made by not going with the blue oval, like an intelligent off roader would!
Let's see, I'd head west on I-40, get off at the Waynesville NC exit, take 19/23 into the Smokie Mtns, spend the better part of the day crusing the Parkway, taking pictures on the mtns, (slip my pickup into a few of course) Then as the sun began to set I'd bring her back home, letting her talk to me as she began the downhill journey.....(man them pipes sound so goooood).
Drive it like you Stole it......
I'd take my truck through the 3 deepest, biggest, baddest mudholes I can find and then buy my buddy some gas to come and pull me out with that 9500lb Ramsey Platnum winch he has mounted to a 1977 CJ-5.
1986 Bronco 4x4 EFI 302
Wide-ratio C6 :evilgrin:
351 waiting to be stuffed in
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