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Old 01-30-2007, 03:29 PM
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Im looking for the total 2006 model years trucks sold for the
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did ford out sale dodge n chevy? what are the numbers?
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Thanks, that helps in my argument thats ford is still the #1 seller of trucks.
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Depends on how you look at things. Ford yeah, Ford Motor Company no.
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Thanks, that helps in my argument thats ford is still the #1 seller of trucks.


Silly argument...............GM easily out sold Ford.
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Those must be numbers built, not sold, since there seems to be a large number of new 2006 Dodge Rams still unsold.

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GM some about 50,000 more trucks and hmmm I wonder why...
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Cause its 2 against 1?
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Cause its 2 against 1?

The thing is, up to a a few years ago Ford had GM beat for about 10 years(?)

Except for looks, the GM trucks are exact.......if GMC was axed, those people would buy chevy and vice versa.

As much as I want the top seller bragging rights, the simple fact is GM sold more trucks than Ford.
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well they didint sell them out badly, infact 50,000 more who cares. Fords still number 1 for the next 50 years.
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Its not even sure that Ford will exist in 50 years.
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[quote]The thing is, up to a a few years ago Ford had GM beat for about 10 years(?)

Except for looks, the GM trucks are exact.......if GMC was axed, those people would buy chevy and vice versa.

As much as I want the top seller bragging rights, the simple fact is GM sold more trucks than Ford.[quote]

I seriously doubt that. i know i few guys that wouldn't buy a chivvy for as ugly as it is... let gm go ahead and axe gmc and see how face there sales drop
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[quote=95Powerstroker][quote]The thing is, up to a a few years ago Ford had GM beat for about 10 years(?)

Except for looks, the GM trucks are exact.......if GMC was axed, those people would buy chevy and vice versa.

As much as I want the top seller bragging rights, the simple fact is GM sold more trucks than Ford.
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I seriously doubt that. i know i few guys that wouldn't buy a chivvy for as ugly as it is... let gm go ahead and axe gmc and see how face there sales drop
"A few guys" don't make up the majority of GMC owners that would still buy a Chevy. If a consumer is pleased with the product, hense brand loyality I can't see Chevy really hurting.

I know " a few guys " that didn't like the looks of the new F-150's but still bought them because they previouly owned older F-150's and were very happy with them. That was 2 years ago and ask them now and the new styling has grown on them because the rest of the truck has been rock solid.

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So GM Beat ford by 50,7066 trucks. With both CHEVY/GMC combined.
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