Whats The History Behind Your Truck Or Car??
I Own A 1953 Ford F250,that Was Left Tom Me When My Granfather Died,he Bought The Truck New In 53 And Used It As A Service Truck For His Auto Repair Shop,sadly In 1984 He Put The Truck In His Barn
Where It Sat Untill About A Year Ago,when We Started Bring Her Back To Life,truck Has (now) 41,000 Miles,he Died In July And Left Me The Truck,mechanicleyy The Truck Is All Threre,has No Rust ,but Does Need Paint And Interior,i Drive It Just About Every Weekend,so Any Body In The Bucks-philly- Montco Areas May See Me
If I told all of that -for each and every one of them - there would be no one who was not angry at me for using that much server space.
But currently I have come full circle, it seems. Back to small and fuel efficient. But in all of it - I realised I never want to be "TRUCKLESS". I have to be able to haul when I want to, it's written into me. At the same time, I want fuel efficiency!
But I am the son of an engineer. I know very well that fuel is used in direct proportion to what is moved with it.
Thus for a daily driver I hunted down and got a Ranger truck. DELIBERATELY AND WITH AN IDEAL IN MIND! Four cylinders, five speed, but still a truck.
For a very fast hotrod-like machine - STILL a Ranger truck! Because I have the ability to stuff a massive engine into one. And the power to weight ratio is nine-tenths of the speed equation... Besides: They have FRAMES
It is fairly obvious that all of this is a school What bothers me is what am I expected to learn from it?
Why am I here... What is my purpose...
I don't know if I am passing or failing
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