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GMC SIERRA 4X4 PICK UP
by JASON from CONNECTICUT | November 19, 2008
I HAVE OWNED FORDS AND GM.
THE FORDS ARE WORTHLESS AFTER A FEW YEARS. A GMC OR CHEVY WITH THE 5.7 GM V8 IS A TRUCK THAT HOLDS IT'S VALUE AND DOES THE JOB BETTER. I LOVE MY GMC 4X4 SIERRA 1500 PICK UP
The first time i bought my Gmc i really fell in love with it . I been looking for the past 4 years for one
I lost my truck in a auto crash. due to a elderly lady due to the fact that she ran into the front of my truck and she totaled it.