What decade of truck do you prefer to drive as your daily driver?

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What decade of truck do you prefer to drive as your daily driver?

  1. 2000 or newer

    18 vote(s)
    27.7%
  2. 90's

    21 vote(s)
    32.3%
  3. 80's

    10 vote(s)
    15.4%
  4. 70's

    12 vote(s)
    18.5%
  5. 60's or before

    4 vote(s)
    6.2%
  1. fiddlersridge

    fiddlersridge Senior Member

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    I have 91 Gmc K1500. Its a great combo of easy ride, don't mind a dent and can still work on it. I do have a 75 k 10 chevy for wood and gravel and huntin'
     
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    This was really hard. I picked 60's because the '70 Rover isn't running right now.
     
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    i had a 53 at one time. wish i still had it. i loved driving that old hunk but id have to say 90s because i have a 92 and i really like the way it handles. truck has a tight body too.
     
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    my 01 z71 for now but i would have to say 70's 73-80 chevy/gmc are my favorite of all time + emissions 76 older don't need cats hear
     
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    I went with 80's, I regret selling my 86 chevy after buying my current 03.
     
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    I DRIVE MY 2001 CHEVY SILVERADO
     
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    As a daily driver, then the newer the better. as far as class goes; mid 50's.
     
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    Sold my 51 a couple of years ago and drive a 97 now.....at my age, the comfort becomes a bit more important

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    Nothing older than 90's for me. Too much upkeep. Turns into a money pit.
     
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    I agree, gotta have comfort if nothing else. If you have cloth seats in a 2000 something truck, and want to upgrade your interior, checkout the clazzio seat covers, They have memory foam and are comfortable as well.
     

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