Another great vehicle...

Children are a blessing, and when you have a bunch of them it requires creativity. Undoubtedly somebody with a large(ish) family is out there that needs a new truck that can seat 8 and still pull their fifth wheel. I know, you thought such a thing didn't exist, but here it is!

a very long truck

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I didn't know that one could find palm trees up in the Midwest!  Cause?  Global Warming? ;)

Does it have a bumper sticker on the back that says, "Caution: Makes Wide Turns"?


I don't think St. George is in the Midwest.


Pretty close to "Lost Wages."  And I have to wonder what the extra length does to the vehicle--pickups are pretty flexible to begin with, and adding extra length to a ladder doesn't help its resistance to flex.

(maybe that's why he's selling?)

Or maybe it's because filling up cost over $200 once diesel went above $3.639 per gallon. :)

From clicking the back button on the listing for this vehicle, I saw all the cities listed served by this branch of Craig's List. They looked like they were from parts of California, Nevada, Arizona, and Utah to me. Maybe that explains that many of the readers/posters on this blog can't plant palm trees in their yards. :)

My former boss drove an F250 Powerstroke over 50 miles each way to and from work, averaging about 17mpg.  Very expensive habit!  ("have you ever heard of midsized family sedans, boss?")

You could advertise that thing as a "Limo truck" and make some money on the side, for country-western folks.

Now I am lovin' me some Dodge truck there!  Only bad thing is it has quadruple suicide doors...

By the way, I have pictures of palm trees growing in NORTHERN IRELAND from our trip in July.  So I suppose palm trees in the midwest could be possible....!

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