I love all the pics you post of muscle cars pulling 300lb boats...now post a pic of a mustang hauling a car hauler with 3 vehicles on the rack.
OP, they're not comparable goods. You're retarded.
But can it tow anything? Cause I know for a fact that my old ranch truck has never met a trailer it couldn't pull. My sisters Kia however can only pull her little 6x8 utility trailer
>Not having both
Also the truck is kinda a muscle truck
>complains about a stationary picture
>being literally retarded
skip to 5:10 for the in motion stuff...also: the guy shooting the video is fucking annoying as shit, but at least the vid shows a truck hauling 3 muscle cars. 1 truck > 3 muscle cars.
better off comparing Japanese cars to German cars
My f250 can't pull absolutely anything, but I've had north of 16k on it a few times. I'd like to see a muscle car pull that off.
This trailer is 8500 empty and I have over 3k of steel on it
We live in times where you can get near-400hp basic work trucks under $25k.
I think trucks are the new muscle
and can muscle cars do this?
My shop has one as a work truck, I really don't have any feeling one way or another about it, all the big 3 full sizes feel the same to me. I'm sure the diesels and high end trims are more differentiated.
They tend to get a rear main seal leak that isn't worth fixing so you just pour a gallon of cheap ass oil in it when you start noticing it losing oil pressure on hard turns & stops. Other than that it's a good reliable engine with good low end and reasonable fuel economy. Just avoid automatics like CC81PT said because it likes to break them.
Oh also that meme about the plenum, though I haven't ever seen it myself. Also the bodies rust pretty bad. Pic related. Personally IDGAF but maybe you do and you live in a rust area.
why not both?
its like orange scented toilet paper
>I want a dodge truck so bad, are the v8 magnums any good? I prefer small trucks
Never buy a Dodge, they're a fucking nightmare with constant electrical problems. Maybe the new ones are better but anything from the 90's or early 2000's is garbage. If you're looking for anything from that timeframe, go with an F-150.
>Never buy a Dodge, they're a fucking nightmare with constant electrical problems
That's something a guy who never owned a dodge would say