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View Poll Results: What Model Ford Truck(s) do you own?
F 150 9 32.14%
Super Duty Gas 4 14.29%
Super Duty Diesel 15 53.57%
Van 1 3.57%
Pre 1960 Ford truck 2 7.14%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 28. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 10-17-2009, 11:43 AM
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What model Ford Trucks do our Tennessee members have

With all the wide varieties of truck models that Ford has built over the years, and the fact that we have some Chapter members looking to do more group Get Togethers, I thought it might be a good idea to see where the concentration of interest lie.
It looks like I left out the SUV's, I meant to include them with the Vans, but it won't let me change it in the poll.
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Old 10-17-2009, 10:14 PM
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My SD is my baby, but I had several trucks and broncos over the years.
Present;
99 Super Duty F250 diesel.
Past;
97 F250 7.3 psd auto 4x4
96 F350 7.3 psd 5 speed 4x4
95 full size bronco 351 auto 4x4
89 full size bronco 300 4 speed 4x4
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You could say that I'm a Ford Truck Enthusiast.lol
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Old 10-18-2009, 04:24 AM
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Note signature! Wife drives the F350 most days now because she doesn't have the 40 round trip commute that I have. Gas is $2.30/gal and diesel is $2.70+. Besides, who's gonna cry when my cheby wears out.
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Old 10-18-2009, 09:32 AM
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I guess my signature saids it all.
Own numerous models to include late model F150's & a 59 F100 4x4 as well.

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Old 10-18-2009, 01:28 PM
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I didn't vote, I don't own any of the choices.
I own a '97 F-250 diesel with a few helpers installed.
Also an Excursion diesel.
Used to have an '88 150 w/351
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Old 10-18-2009, 02:54 PM
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We'll consider it FORD Diesels Neal

F-250 here!
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Old 10-18-2009, 08:31 PM
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All are now diesels but I used to love that 351 I had in the '88
Great truck. Uncle had a '70's model 100. 8 track and all!
I love the 300 - six and granny gear great for trail ridin'
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I'm surprised to see the Superduty diesel be the top choice. I thought the f150 would be on top. Glenn my wife may start using the F250 for work. Its only 4 miles one way. I found a Ranger with a tool bed & ladder rack. I haven't driven it yet.
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Well I just went into your profile and looked that 6.0 will HATE that 8 mile drive a day never gets a chance to warm up and stretch its legs and that VGT turbo will not be happy.
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I owned a few Ford trucks. The diesels are my favorites The 65 was my first truck.
1. 65 F100
2. 68 F100
3. 69 F100
4. 71 F100
5. 73 F100
6. 95 F250 PSD
7. 96 F150
8. 97 F150
9. 04 F250 PSD
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Glenn has a 7.3 PSD
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Good deal 95 model?
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No its a 02 F350
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Man you just have the set up right their I wish I could get my wife into a ford again since her brand no longer exists in a few weeks (saturn)
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