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Old 01-19-2005, 05:09 PM
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2005 Detroit Auto Show Pics *Ford Truck Presents*

Hey guys, sorry this is a little late but I wanted to post all the pictures I took of Ford Trucks at the 2005 Detroit International Auto Show. Take note of the "Big Foot" (I'm standing next to it in one picture) and the "Tow Commander." Those two were my favorite trucks there, especially the "Big Foot"... I'm sure you can see why!! Some of the pictures were a little blurry or hard to see but with all the people there, this was the best I could do. I will be attending the Cleveland Auto-Rama this weekend... count on Ford Truck pictures from that show! Thanks and hope you all enjoy!!


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I like the big foot, except that it has less bed than cab, and that is just wrong for a truck. I could see it on the tow comand becuase you can have a goose neck and 4 people but as a lifted truck it would just be too heavy. Man I love the bumper on bigfoot though.
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