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Old 04-25-2011, 07:24 PM   #43
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Here's my out-of-date and out-of-style 2010, but I love it!





and video!
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Old 04-25-2011, 07:25 PM   #44
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I want to see some pics of your silver super duty Mr. Pill, that truck looked GOOD!!!
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Old 04-25-2011, 07:28 PM   #45
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It was Arizona Beige:

Done...










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Old 04-25-2011, 07:37 PM   #46
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Thats a bad a$$ truck.
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Old 04-25-2011, 07:39 PM   #47
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It's the tires and rims...My 2011 is gonna get an upgrade..gotta wear these shoes out first.

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This would be my choice.
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Old 04-25-2011, 08:05 PM   #49
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Buy it! Don't hesitate... With that TV and a new 31 Classic Limited in tow, you could sell your home and live the life that you've always dreamed of!

And Ford trucks and Airstream Travel Trailers don't depreciate nearly as rapidly as homes do!
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WHAT?????

Your joking????

Right?



Come over to the darkside....we got cookies!!!




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I like silver as u can see.
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Shane, where is that camp site, looks sweet!
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YouTube - Leaving the Cabin on 01/23/2011
Nicely done! Truth is, we love all the Big Fords and they never go out of style! Bonus points for snow.
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Shane, where is that camp site, looks sweet!
Which one?

Florida is El Mar Rv Resort in Key West...really Stock Island. Leaving again this June for the same place.

The Cold one is Meuller State Park in Colorado near Pikes Peak.

The Maiden Voyage was Possum Kingdom State Park in Texas.


The bottom bottom pic of my old truck was in North Carolina,.near the Natahala River.
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I can't imagine the fuel bill for a trip from Arlington to Pikes Peak to Key West and back...

I have setup a separate investment account for a "retirement fuel fund", in hopes that I can amass $300,000 by the time I'm 62. That should generate approximately $1250 in income monthly, which will buy approximately 139 gallons of fuel at $9 per gallon. I'm also assuming mileage will be twice what it is today, while driving my new 2031 F250 SuperHybrid CrewCab.

Perhaps somewhat optimistically, at 20 mpg towing, that gives me 2,780 miles per month that we can drive before depleting the fuel account.

Is this reasonable?
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I can't imagine the fuel bill for a trip from Arlington to Pikes Peak to Key West and back...

I have setup a separate investment account for a "retirement fuel fund", in hopes that I can amass $300,000 by the time I'm 62. That should generate approximately $1250 in income monthly, which will buy approximately 139 gallons of fuel at $9 per gallon. I'm also assuming mileage will be twice what it is today, while driving my new 2031 F250 SuperHybrid CrewCab.

Perhaps somewhat optimistically, at 20 mpg towing, that gives me 2,780 miles per month that we can drive before depleting the fuel account.

Is this reasonable?
Reasonable??? What?? Hopefully you jest.

When you worry that much about fuel, just park it.

Fuel won't hinder my travels,..as of yet.

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