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Old 11-08-2015, 10:14 AM   #21 (permalink)
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All the new ones have looked good and I would not mind owning one. Problem I have is my 04.5 LLY has only 102,000 miles on it. The interior looks almost as new as does the body and paint. Since I got out of rehab in early 2010 it is driven roughly 4K miles a year and I'm 80. It now goes on four 42 miles round trip voyages from home to rifle and back every month It major depreciation in value has already occurred. Even if I were to get into a state of elated drunkenness I could not justiflly getting rid of a very nice truck and writing a check in the amount to the difference between the new purchase price and the trade in value of the older one. Sure I'd get updated sheet metal, more electronics, torque and hp and a tranny with more speeds for what I don't know.

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