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post #25 of 27 (permalink) Old 10-14-2009, 01:05 AM
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Um well......I respectfully disagree. Its just not going to happen. Not that I can see. I dont buy into all this doomsday bullchit. Remember the world was supposed to end at the stroke of midnight on Y2K? Well 9 years later were all still tickin...
i think you dont understand what im trying to say.. its not about doomsday... its about making money and environmentalist bull... kind of like this cash for clunkers bull.. if i know i have a perfectly good running truck that i am happy with, thats most likely paid off what would motivate me to sell it or give it away. plus our motors i believe are rated for 300k. most cars out there cant do that. that means the car companies are not making money selling you a new car. by the way.. my best friend owns a dealer... i couldnt believe him when he showed me this... say the program was this you give us your old car and we give you 4-5k tward a new "environmentally friendly" vehicle. and we destroy the old "gas guzzling" car. .......well..... the dealer auctions are full of our cash for clunkers cars and the dealers are buying up full size silverados that are worth 12-15k for 3k.. im telling you my friend showed me as he was bidding on them. So the cars that were supposed to get destroyed are seen on mom and pop used car lots.. marked back up to what you and i would probably pay for them.... so who lost... not the government.. because they are "making a change", not the main dealers" because they are selling overstock

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post #26 of 27 (permalink) Old 10-19-2009, 02:06 AM
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if i wanna keep my big truck (yet economical) ima keep it!
no payin taxes or all that bull crud.
if this happens someone goan die!
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Whered you get that from? Id imagine the Ram brand will focus exclusively on trucks. The strongest line in the Dodge fold is easily the Ram trucks. Looks like they want to split them up, so the trucks carry on their tradition of excellence (my words) and success and will focus on the car side of things seperately to increase their sales and improve on quality and such. The trucks sell themselves.

Thats how I take it
I read it like that too. The only thing is if Fiat kicks Cummins out the door they dam well better have as good or better motor to replace it with.

Truck is gone. New vehicle; 2006 300C 5.7 Hemi Cool Vanilla
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