Coming out of McLowes yesterday in the northeast. A 6 door (3x/side) pickup
with bed parked in the lot. First time I ever saw one. Of course there are
pics of them on the net.
Wanna guess what state the plates were from?
Based on the plates, only thing missing were cattle horns across the hood
and mounted airhorns.
I've seen those in NY. IIRC they were transit authority or railroad
vehicles. Haven't seen one in a while, though.
I always thought that they'd be good for a GC. He could car pool with
his subs each morning and each sub would put their magnetic sign on
their door. Kind of like what fast food places are doing now sharing
A Newfie meets a Texan while on holliday in New York, and the Texan is
bragging about how big his ranch is. He says" I can jump into my
pickup truck and drive all day without leaving my property". The
Newfie replied " I feel fer ya brother - I had a truck like that once
Sure, we Texans like to brag. I think it's in the water. And, regrettably,
every once in a while someone exaggerates.
Still, El Paso is closer to San Diego than it is to Houston and Houston is
closer to Florida than it is to El Paso.
The state is a BIG place. We have 254 counties, some larger than Rhode
Island ('course that isn't saying much). (And 254 Texas Rangers.) On the
other hand, much of the western part of the state is minimally populated and
minimally populated for a reason: there's no there there.
In sum, if you counted only the "usable" parts of the state, we wouldn't be
much bigger than Connecticut.
One way to think of us is Northern California + The Sahara = Texas.
Of course some have other ways of thinking about Texas...
International made something called an RXT for a couple, four years.
Did you see the vehicles with the spoilers over the tailgate? They
look a lot like pickups. They're obviously city slicker buggies. I
wonder if they come with dash mounted flower vases.
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