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    The interior is bad ass but its sill not a Ford.
    http://www.pickuptrucks.com/html/aut...radually1.html

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    Not a bad looking truck but I'll stick with my blue oval!
    2002 F350 4X4 6 speed CC short bed
    No veggie in this truck yet...but soon.

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    • #3
      I have a friend who drives a Hino flatbed moving storage containers.

      I dunno about veg oil in that thing.... He said it'd got some serious pollution stuff on it, including some kinda green to red led indicator that shows how clean the diesel is burning. ??

      They buy all their diesel from the Wal mart over here because they said it burns the cleanest (according to the green/red thingy)
      Doesnt hurt that they are the cheapest, too.
      -Shawn Collister-
      -02 F250 7.3 - SSB V3, AC's tuned by Swamps, AIS, 38R, 4" ex, DI tranny
      -00 F350 7.3 - CC with no back seat
      -Multiple trailers and a bunch of other junk
      Straight outta Wimauma

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      • #4
        I got to sit in and fondle that truck when it and my self were at SEMA. It was really rather scary to think that Toyota would consider building something like that. Although it wasn't fully done and you could tell it was strictly a prototype, knowing Toyota's drive for a better built and longer lasting vehicles would dominate a lot of the diesel truck market. It was smaller than the American made counter parts but not by much and it would easily fit in your driveway, parked on the street, or in a garage. The leather plus the entertainment system would be an option obviously and of course they were talking about offering the truck fully optioned out for $45,000.00 or less!! Now think about how many people you have run into in life that don't want a large diesel because they have no place to put one in there matchbox fitted community. Bottom line is that if Toyota were to build it I could imagine a half a million of these being sold every year! This is why Ford needs to get off their back sides and put a diesel in the F-150 now, not tomorrow, but NOW!!! Are you listening FORD???

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Vegistroke James View Post
          I got to sit in and fondle that truck when it and my self were at SEMA. It was really rather scary to think that Toyota would consider building something like that. Although it wasn't fully done and you could tell it was strictly a prototype, knowing Toyota's drive for a better built and longer lasting vehicles would dominate a lot of the diesel truck market. It was smaller than the American made counter parts but not by much and it would easily fit in your driveway, parked on the street, or in a garage. The leather plus the entertainment system would be an option obviously and of course they were talking about offering the truck fully optioned out for $45,000.00 or less!! Now think about how many people you have run into in life that don't want a large diesel because they have no place to put one in there matchbox fitted community. Bottom line is that if Toyota were to build it I could imagine a half a million of these being sold every year! This is why Ford needs to get off their back sides and put a diesel in the F-150 now, not tomorrow, but NOW!!! Are you listening FORD???
          You forgot Dodge, Dodge should take note that they are the only company to try an pawn off an extended cab as a crew cab, looks like Toyota also understands Americans are slightly larger than New Guinea tribesmen.

          And I am pretty sure the Tundra interior is more roomy than the Chevy.

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