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78 D100 and D200 #3040869
05/08/22 11:20 PM
05/08/22 11:20 PM
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Eagle, Idaho
Neil Offline OP
I Live Here
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I Live Here

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Eagle, Idaho

Re: 78 D100 and D200 [Re: Neil] #3041015
05/09/22 05:04 PM
05/09/22 05:04 PM
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Central Florida
larrymopar360 Offline
I'm tired...Very tired.
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I'm tired...Very tired.

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Hopefully more info soon. What a tease laugh


Facts are stubborn things.
Re: 78 D100 and D200 [Re: larrymopar360] #3041114
05/10/22 12:19 AM
05/10/22 12:19 AM
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Someplace you aren't
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Someplace you aren't
Lovin the black step side. 8500 might not be too bad if at least a 360. I might be getting the itch if it has a big block.

The missing trim in the 78 adventurer is a problem and not a small one. I also like the d200, but can’t see giving much for a super gas guzzler right now. As much as I love the 70s trucks, you’d be waaaaayyyyyy better off buying practically an 21st century truck for actual use. So I have a hard time seeing the appeal of the old heavy duty trucks when they go over a couple grand for a nice one. Half tons for fun for sure.


I want my fair share






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