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Old 06-26-2014, 12:12 AM
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You know you're an Excursion fan when posts like "2016 Super Duty" and "Ask the Ford engineers" are littered with "And BRING BACK THE EXCURSION!!!"

(I may or may not be guilty of that)...

Apocalypse, I agree with you, but unfortunately, anyone with "larger than normal" trucks get the blame for this. My extended-cab 250 has the gas V8, and I've been angrily confronted more than once because "people like me" smoked out their little Honda in the past...
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when you spend as much money on fuel a month as some famlies spend on groceries.
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You know you drive an Excursion when it has more interior room than the apartment you lived in when you were 18.

You know you drive a DIESEL Excursion when George Takei makes a Facebook post equating big diesel vehicles "rolling coal" to having issues with the size of your, uh, junk-- and you feel the need to correct him on it. (okay, I don't currently own a diesel nor an Excursion, but he did make the post and I did get all defensive).

You know you drive an Excursion when you pull into a parking spot at the grocery store, get as close as possible to the car in front of you, then worry the whole time you're inside because the rear of your rig still sticks out into the driving lane...
That's correctable, you know...
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You know you drive a DIESEL Excursion when George Takei makes a Facebook post equating big diesel vehicles "rolling coal" to having issues with the size of your, uh, junk-- and you feel the need to correct him on it. (okay, I don't currently own a diesel nor an Excursion, but he did make the post and I did get all defensive).
Well, in all fairness, Takei is probably more of an expert on a man's junk than most people on here. Just sayin'
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Well, in all fairness, Takei is probably more of an expert on a man's junk than most people on here. Just sayin'
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That's correctable, you know...
I'm trying, I'm trying! (Getting my wife through college and trying to buy 10 acres- plus I'm trying to find a non-running Ex to do as a project)...

You know you WANT an Ex when you post in "You know you drive an Ex when..." anyway!
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...when a forum member uses theirs as a channel marker to bring their boat ashore!

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I drove the Excursion to a boat rental place to take the kids tubing. We had a great time. When we were coming back in, I got confused as to which building to head toward to get to the rental place. Saw my big white Excursion sitting in the lot, better than a channel marker


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