Ring in the new with some quality time with your old truck! A great time to tackle a winter project. If you do not have access to your truck, start your parts list for spring!
The days are officially getting longer now, you know!
My other vehicle is a Caravan , a 2010 model . I spend more time keeping it running then I do my old Panel ,but when it runs it does a great job of hauling the collection of grandchildren I've accumulated, no pubs involved .
Chrysler Minivans: the most reliable and economical van-type vehicles that I have owned (since 1986) - first a Ford Aerostar and then various Chrysler-brands Minivans after Chrysler started using 6-cylinder engines. Over 1 million miles without a breakdown. Just regular "scheduled" maintenance and tires/brakes (done by me - usually after 100,000 miles).
Of course, my 1954 Chevrolet Suburban has been quite economical since I bought it in 1972. Before & after restoration (and less than 10K miles per year). However, the restoration was not inexpensive.
On a side note, I did meet Dusty53 at an Aussie bar in Mexico, Mo. a couple weeks ago. https://aussieoutbackdownunder.com/ Good food and friendly place. Also took Tim to an Outback Steakhouse last spring. He never heard of a blooming onion.
Last edited by 2-Ton; Sat Nov 23 2019 08:54 PM.
Of all the things I've lost in my life, I miss my mind the most!