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Favorite Vehicle?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Chango2, Mar 30, 2010.

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  1. Chango2

    Chango2 Active Member

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    A thread here about the wonderful Caddy made me think: If you could have any vehicle to use to go to trapshoots, what would you pick?

    Two categories: Cost not a factor and cost limiting.

    (For Self: Vehicle not made, but a Duramax Powered 3/4 ton 4x4 Suburban with slightly warmed-over engine and turbo style exhaust brake by Banks and a slight suspension upgrade with dual shocks and better ti-rod ends. Lift over stock would be only moderate, if any.)

    (I'm admittedly a vehicle guy and like to ponder stuff..admittedly, this is a semi-troll kinda question. Sorry folks..)
     
  2. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    The good ol' mini-van.
     
  3. letts

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    Yukon XL with standard gas engine. 20+MPG on highway at 70mph.


    Letts
     
  4. JRW

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    I would like a benz, give me one that turns heads and has top end of 150--200 mph. Jerry in MI.
     
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    Letts,

    Im with you,the only way to go!!!!!!!!!!

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    1956 or 1956 Packard Caribbean.
     
  7. goose2

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    It's a toss up between my wife's brand new Benze or my brand new Ford f150.
     
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    David....... This is my choice!!! Dan Thome (Trap2)



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    A CJ 7 jeep made in or around 1982-86 or a 1967 Dodge Power Wagon.
     
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    Our '06 GMC Envoy Denali has been a great trouble free ride for almost 3 years and 60K miles....and my '72 Chevy pickup is a good one too....
     
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    There is a guy that posts on this site now and then with a killer 69 Z28 Camero. That one would be at the top of my dream car list.
     
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    Top of my list is a ROLLERWAGON.....Matches my Beretta waterproof jacket too. Great for those Long Barreled SBT guns.

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    If I'm in a hurry I take the Ford GT 40

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    This is my Fantasy Chauffer....Sorry she lost her Driver's Cap....should help the viewership on this thread David.

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  14. perga1

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    Chevy Avalanche, great ride 20+mpg, and loads of storage or two self-contained beer coolers whichever you prefer.
     
  15. Pull & Mark

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    I think I like to go shooten in a Original Ford Shelby Cobra (If were dreaming). Cuz I don't like shooten or driven in the RAIN. Break-em all. Jeff
     
  16. birdtracker

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    this. Birdtracker
     
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    if money was no object. Birdtracker
     
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    63 split window vett
     
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    My 95 GMC loaded has locking hard bed cover LOL the kid that built it had a hole cut between the seats and a custom box built for 4 12inch speakers, which now hold coolers and what ever else I want the back still can carry the Mrs and my guns several flats and 2 duffle bag for clothes.

    Jerry
     
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