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best truck yet
by dodson and sons garage from ripley ohio | May 2, 2013
gramdfather order truck custom off assembly line been in the family scence new bet truck ever owned by far plenty of power plus just a over all good looking truck
Ive been around dodges for a while, and i can tell you this one holds up to the dodge name. It doesnt ever leak any kinda fluid you can think of, its power is more than enough to get most any job done, and its reliability is superb. It has yet to break down on me, and i would recommend it to anyone who needs a good, solid, work truck.