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I'm new here. I am an old guy living out in the sticks in South Central Alaska. I own a 1992 Toyota Corolla AlTrack, 208,000 miles and it has been the best and most reliable car I have ever had. I own a total of 4 trucks, 2 cars, 2 ATVs, a dozer and a backhoe. Most of by vehicles are work vehicles. I need a good road truck and am looking at a 2017 Tundra (see my new post), or possibly a 2016 Ram 1500 or 2007 Silverado 2500 Duramax w/Allison trans.
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I haven't seen a plain old fashioned single cab in a long time. It's refreshing.
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I haven't seen a plain old fashioned single cab in a long time. It's refreshing.

It's your basic 'Work Truck' ~ landscapers and gardeners in my village covet them.
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