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Old 05-28-2014, 07:53 PM
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Ford Claims F-150 As Most Patented F-Series Ever

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"There’s a whole lot of “new” going into the 2015 F-150. The body material is new. The in-car tech is new. Even the engines are new-ish. Now we know that the F-150 is officially the most new F-150 in F series history."

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Just hope its as good or better than advertised. Its been hyped up over the past year when it was the all talk of the 2012/13 Autoshow. So it better live up to the hype without any major issues or GM size recalls.
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not worried about this truck at all.....don't care for all the chrome on the one in the picture though.....bumpers and grille is plenty enough, lose the door handles and that strip along the bottom of the window
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Looking at the pic, the drivers side A pillar handle is back. Nice looking truck, I too don't like the chrome handles or strip under the windows.
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Well my opinion is I love chrome. The more the better. But I couldn't care less about the grab handles or as I like to call them "The oh Sh** bar."
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Oh yeah one more thing I wish it was offered with. And that is overhead clearance lights. Aka cab lights.
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Well my opinion is I love chrome. The more the better. But I couldn't care less about the grab handles or as I like to call them "The oh Sh** bar."
I hate not having a grab handle on the drivers side of our 13 F150 4x4. It's a pain in the azz.
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