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Old October 12th, 2009 #1
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I need a good big cheap pickup truck for hauling dirt and trash and furniture and hardware and rocks, etc...

I want the biggest and toughest production pickup you can get (used) for 10K, the most bang for the buck. what should I get?

I'mma get a F-350 Super Duty.
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Old October 13th, 2009 #2
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I like this one:
2000 Ford F450 stake 10 feet stake body 5 speed manual gas - $7997 (DC MD VA 20110)

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this is in excellent running condition it has a V10 engine very strong gas and it has 102707 miles this has a lot of work done to it and it is ready to work fresh service come and take it home today get use for construction or trash lot of use please contact Jorge Hernandez 703-843-4825
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You live in Northern VA George?
 
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You live in Northern VA George?
montgomery county, maryland.
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I drive a 3500 07 Dodge, but for real heavy work. Get yourself an Army deuce and a half. Six wheel drive, Diesel, two and a half ton load cap, can go anywhere and most have a huge winch up front. This and you can get them between 3 and 5 grand. Can't go wrong.
 
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How about a classic BMW 2002 series? 4 speed 2 door. I am selling one for less then 3k. They look like this from 1968-1976. But this one below is a turbo and sells from 20k-65k.


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THIS web site is the place to buy a car or trucks www.govdeals.com try it it changes eack week. www.govdeals.com or www.gsa.gov
 
Old December 14th, 2009 #8
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Do you have a junk hauling business, George?
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Do you have a junk hauling business, George?
this year I've started buying houses and fixing 'em up and doing landscaping work on them to rent them out (well only one so far). plus I do a lot of gardening, and I also maintain my parents yard (~1 acre) and do housework for them. I spend a lot of time at home depot and goodwill stores (for furniture) and do some yardsaling and scavenging at the dump.

my particular garden is very clayey, and I can get basically free sand (wash-off) at the quarry (it's nice serpentinite, a semi-precious mineral btw), so I like to dump some in my garden when they have it. also haul lots of rocks and bricks.
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this year I've started buying houses and fixing 'em up and doing landscaping work on them to rent them out (well only one so far). plus I do a lot of gardening, and I also maintain my parents yard (~1 acre) and do housework for them. I spend a lot of time at home depot and goodwill stores (for furniture) and do some yardsaling and scavenging at the dump.

my particular garden is very clayey, and I can get basically free sand (wash-off) at the quarry (it's nice serpentinite, a semi-precious mineral btw), so I like to dump some in my garden when they have it. also haul lots of rocks and bricks.
While you're whizzing around hauling junk and mowing lawns, would you also do us a favor and stop being gay on VNN? We know you're closeted, and we'd like you to stay that way.
 
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Or, at least wrap the pickup in some thin, brightly-colored rubber packaging, in order to attract equally-inclined clientel

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Does the term "stfu georgie" resonate?
 
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this year I've started buying houses and fixing 'em up and doing landscaping work on them to rent them out (well only one so far). plus I do a lot of gardening, and I also maintain my parents yard (~1 acre) and do housework for them. I spend a lot of time at home depot and goodwill stores (for furniture) and do some yardsaling and scavenging at the dump.

my particular garden is very clayey, and I can get basically free sand (wash-off) at the quarry (it's nice serpentinite, a semi-precious mineral btw), so I like to dump some in my garden when they have it. also haul lots of rocks and bricks.

Sounds impressive georgie. We pay a special kid like you ten bucks to mow the yard. If you do better we will hire you. What the hell is "clayey" anyway? Is that next "sanderier" in the thesaurus? If you can do handywork and dust we can put you into our rentals too. Be sure to be neat however, we fired the last not so skilled boy we had for tracking in mud.
 
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Instead of firing him, you could have simply hosed down that skilled boy. It doesn't necessarily have to be with warm water.
 
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We will consider that in future. They are getting hard to replace recently since they make more money on welfare than working now. LOL!
 
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Not only is welfare more lucrative. Welfare agents don't object to recipients tracking in mud, since they're not the ones who end up vacuum-cleaning and mopping.
 
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