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Old 09-05-2014, 09:07 PM
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A little Friday humor

So, I was traveling home today from Wisconsin when I passed this on the Interstate...









A Chevy pulling a trailer made out of an OBS bed/rear end. I've seen things like this before, but this made me laugh so I thought I'd share.

Maybe the Chevy driver didn't want folks approaching from the rear to see that he was driving a Chevy so he disguised it as a Ford. Lol! Anyway, happy Friday everybody!!
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The Chevy could not take that much weight in the bed because of all the rust!
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Even half of a Ford can push a Chevy all day long!
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Pretty bad when you have to have a Ford follow you everywhere just in case...
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Old Fords Never Die. They Just Get Parked In Strange Places, For Indeterminate Amounts Of Time.
You forgot "get stuck" and "break down".

Old Fords Never Die, Get Stuck, Or Break Down. They Just Get Parked In Strange Places, For Indeterminate Amounts Of Time.
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Thanks for sharing, that was funny!

Of course you didn't mention the Chevy is pulling the Ford, dare I say it?
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Thanks for sharing, that was funny!

Of course you didn't mention the Chevy is pulling the Ford, dare I say it?
No, no, you've got it backwards... The Ford is pushing the Chevy!! Lol!!
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that must be the new long bed
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that must be the new long bed
It's the double long bed. Lol!
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Hey, ease up on the poor guy, dudes, he's probably just vacuumed the back. LOL!
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