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Thread: What Does a $5000,000 Pickup Look Like?

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    What Does a $5000,000 Pickup Look Like?

    I'm gonna have to start saving my lunch money so I can have enough money to buy this when my SUV dies...

    http://www.motorauthority.com/news/1...nity#100439615

    Actually, I think it's pretty ugly. I wouldn't pay any more than about $135,000 for it.
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    Gonna start saving my pen money!
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    Looks like the illegitamate offspring of a Hummer and Liberaces chandelier.
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    Might make a nice 'beater' back at camp
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    Looks like the illegitamate offspring of a Hummer and Liberaces chandelier.
    HA! I was thinking along similar lines there Frank.
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    I like the Base truck... would love a g-wagon 6x6... but the bling has to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ned Bulken View Post
    I like the Base truck... would love a g-wagon 6x6... but the bling has to go.
    I don't like the interior (Red? What were they thinking?) But we don't consider the 5.5L 690 HP dual-turbo V-8 to be bling, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    Looks like the illegitamate offspring of a Hummer and Liberaces chandelier.


    It looks like it would corner even worse than my Ranger (which somewhat surprisingly corners like a crippled rhino unlike my old one which was pretty ok).

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    I betcha the owners never take them off-road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Tulk View Post
    I betcha the owners never take them off-road.
    Hard to say. I'd bet a good percentage of these are bought by drug warlords and rich oil sheiks. Some of them might get dirty.

    But if I was going for dirty, I'd probably lean toward something that's more capable...

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