Another interesting article on Yahoo....
Hmm, does this mean that my unrestored '53 Dodge P/U will fund my retirement??
David; let me know if that happens I have a 1950 Dodge P/U in my garage collecting dust.
Guess I better be hanging onto my '97 F150 XLT for sure! Practically still rust free so when I get my new truck which I have plans for in about two years I'll just spruce it up and park it I guess. Wife can use it for "planting money"!!
Does that mean the Dodge I bought for $400 is now worth $800?
I hated it when Dad bought a 2 year old PU in 1967. It was too big to drive.
People at work made fun of the old PU in the 80's and didn't want me to park by them.
In 2001 they offered early retirement but several of my coworkers said they had to buy a new PU before they could retire. I didn't need one.
Last year a kid offered me $600 for the chrome trim from it. He had new trim on back-order and wanted to finish his for an upcoming show.
Got to got load some more pine needles in it.
If you're gonna haul stuff with the tractor like that, wouldn't it be easier to use a trailer?
Steve, does that pickup have automatic steering, I do not see a driver in it.
So nice to be fashionable.