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It all depends on whether you were raised to love Ford, Chrysler, GM, Germans, Japanese, or other countries as regards your brand that your father recommended. I'm a third generation Ford man after my father and grandfather on my father's side loved Ford (my paternal grandfather had a Model T as his first vehicle and a 1971 Ford F-100 styleside as his last vehicle and first pickup, and Daddy owned a 1970 Mustang, and currently commands a 1994 Ranger he's had since new as a now second vehicle and our daily driver is an F-150 that is both incredibly similar and totally different at the same time. I'm not going to hate on you for being happy with what works, and I would hope if you ever met us you would enjoy a ride in our F-150 or if you got a wild hair the Ranger if you needed one. You know, common courtesy between truck owners.Report it
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