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Truck Is Too Tough, Can't Find Reason To Get Rid Of It
- Typical Repair Cost:
- No data
- Average Mileage:
- 172,000 miles
- Total Complaints:
- 1 complaints
Most Common Solutions:
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A D V E R T I S E M E N T S
Okay, this truck is too much of a battle wagon. I feel like a stubborn old man who refuses to sell his "American Built Ford Tough" truck. When I tell people I drive a Ford, they all say the gripe and complain about their past Fords that fell apart like legos.
I bought it for next to nothing, just needed a truck for work. Somehow, besides some dings and scratches, the clear coat is still intact. It starts EVERY MORNING, I drive 200 miles A DAY. It just doesn't stop rolling! I would like a small reason to move on and get a new truck but cannot find one.
Today, for instance, I drove on an icy bridge, smacked the concrete barriers on both sides, the extent of damage? Two scratches on my bumper, wheel has a scratch, coffee flew all over the carpet, and I need an alignment.
I believe this truck is dangerous, not for owners of it, but for other drivers. If I ran a stop sign and hit another vehicle, the other driver would probably be diagnosed with depression, as an old truck went all Hulk on them, totaled them, and was able to drive away.
What ever Ford did from the late 80s to early 90s when they built these trucks, I'm sure they lost the notes on it.
- John J., Barrington, NJ, US