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Old 05-28-2013, 11:04 AM   #4991
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Manage a IT Help desk in West Tennessee, live in Arkansas.
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Old 05-28-2013, 12:34 PM   #4992
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Old 05-28-2013, 07:48 PM   #4993
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Figured I'd post here instead of making a new thread. I'm new to the forum; I've never owned a Ford but my dad sure has. I'm currently in Okinawa Japan for the next 3-4 years serving in Aerovac for the AF.

Plan is to buy an ecoboost f150 when I get back with cash. So I have time to research. Reason why Ford? GM and Dodge took the bailout. Screw them and their overpaid unions shipping jobs to China. Bunch of commies. I'm impressed with the ecoboost and the torture test they did on it.

Previously have owned a 1986 Chevy Silverado, 2001 S10, 1999 GMC Yukon (all sold now) Never had problems with any of them but can't stand what they did so I'm switching to blue
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Old 05-28-2013, 11:28 PM   #4994
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Banking - 10 years / Delta Airlines - 13 years / auto sales (hate to admit it / 2 years) now 4.5 years in Commercial Tire industry. Involved in fleet work on National Accounts, Government sales, etc. I was with a wholly owned subsidiary of a global tire manufacturer with a blimp, but now with a large family owned company in Georgia (largest BGS/FS dealer in the southeast). Based out of Forest Park but the state line on all four sides is my boundary. Best move I ever made!
[MENTION=144262]wbax123[/MENTION], Sounds interesting. Plus I see you are in Snellville. I am in Alpharetta. :-)
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Figured I'd post here instead of making a new thread. I'm new to the forum; I've never owned a Ford but my dad sure has. I'm currently in Okinawa Japan for the next 3-4 years serving in Aerovac for the AF.

Plan is to buy an ecoboost f150 when I get back with cash. So I have time to research. Reason why Ford? GM and Dodge took the bailout. Screw them and their overpaid unions shipping jobs to China. Bunch of commies. I'm impressed with the ecoboost and the torture test they did on it.

Previously have owned a 1986 Chevy Silverado, 2001 S10, 1999 GMC Yukon (all sold now) Never had problems with any of them but can't stand what they did so I'm switching to blue
[MENTION=146299]Constant13[/MENTION], when you do switch and get one, you will love it. I had a Dodge Ram back in the early 90s and loved it. Then I got an Chevy Avalanche. I loved it too. When it was time for a new truck, my husband suggest renting an F150 for a week to see if I would like it. I absolutely loved it. Now I have my own and I am hooked.
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You'll love your EcoBoost. I have a 2011 SCREW. I was at Osan and TDY several times to Kadena..not a bad place. Retired in 1993 with 22 years AF.

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Figured I'd post here instead of making a new thread. I'm new to the forum; I've never owned a Ford but my dad sure has. I'm currently in Okinawa Japan for the next 3-4 years serving in Aerovac for the AF.

Plan is to buy an ecoboost f150 when I get back with cash. So I have time to research. Reason why Ford? GM and Dodge took the bailout. Screw them and their overpaid unions shipping jobs to China. Bunch of commies. I'm impressed with the ecoboost and the torture test they did on it.

Previously have owned a 1986 Chevy Silverado, 2001 S10, 1999 GMC Yukon (all sold now) Never had problems with any of them but can't stand what they did so I'm switching to blue
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I work in oilfield in SE Sask, Canada.
Just traded in my blacked out 2008 F-150 for a 2013 Sterling Grey EcoBoost.
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I live in Scotland and own a Hobby and Collectors Shop (store) in Glasgow
15years ago I had a F150 flareside and have just ordered a new 2013 FX4
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