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View Poll Results: Keep my 1992 F-150 or scrap it
Keep It!!! 2 50.00%
Scrap It!! 2 50.00%
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Old 12-10-2004, 04:41 PM
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Wow I must be jinxed, I just get my truck fixed and the water pump goes out on the Cadillac..well after that I am on the way to the fire station running a call and get almost there and my transmission goes out in my F-150. Well to make things worse i have old Faithful my 1967 Mercury Monterey, Cranks in warm or cold weather and runs like a champ. But I went to take it to work and discovered no breaks. After some inspection seems my break lines are falling apart. So needless to say the only vehicle running at my house is my brothers 1982 Nissan 280zx and its barely running. So now my question is do I scrap the truck and get another one or should I have the transmission fixed and wait on something else to break? I do not know what to do I know one thing I cannot afford to do much. Thats the end of my ranting and raving for the day. I appreciate having somewhere to do it at.


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sorry, i'm not capable of voting on this one.......i have one of my '79s that i have worked on for more that 20 years, SO i'm biased.

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Old 12-21-2004, 11:34 AM
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Decision Made I am keeping my truck. I talked to my buddy the transmission man. We are going to take on the task of rebuilding it after new years. I have some pictures I will post soon of my latest project. Me and a friend done some work to his 1998 F-150 to make it into a Firemans dream truck. Anyone happen to have a skid unit lying around? hehe

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