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Best "Classic" Pickup Truck?


Tegan
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Hi, I'm looking for a simple pick-up truck that looks relatively old. Pre-90's, I'd say. I thought of a Slamvan and a Bobcat, but I was wondering if you guys could help figure out which one would scream "classic" or something. I don't want a Rat-Truck, because it doesn't exactly fit the bill in my opinion. Anyway, yeah, what do you guys think? :)

 

P.S. Sorry if I don't seem literate or if I'm rambling, it's too early in the morning for this sh*t. :p

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CrysisAverted

Clean Rebel

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Yeah clean or rusty rebel are good. I would go with rusty since it has way more customization though.

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What about the Cheval Picador?

 

Not as chunky as the Bobcat, not as old as the Slamvan or Rat-Loader... might be worth considering?

 

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rat loader, no?

 

Also in the list of considerations. If only the rat truck had same truck bed customizations as the rat loader. Just hate the back of the truck honestly

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Bodhi, Duneloader, Bobcat XL.

 

Even though it's not a Pick Up, the Rancher should get an honourable mention since it's Badass

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Zoots Remuvah

Picador probably fits the bill the best and it does have that kind of 80s look to its styling...

 

I'm just gutted mine fell victim to my lack of garage space as it was one of my favourite cruising around vehicles..

 

Damn you rockstar!! Fourth garage/property now!!!!

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Slamvan is my personal favorite.

 

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Modelized after the classic Ford F-100 '56

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Zoots Remuvah

Only problem is the slamvan can't be driven for shlt, even if you're fricking zombie Colin McRae...

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That's true, it's brakes a practically non existent. But still a nice vehicle overall.

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Slamvan is my personal favorite.

 

*snip*

 

Modelized after the classic Ford F-100 '56

 

Damn, that is beautiful. I had my Slamvan in a White/Dark Green combo. Don't have any photos but I'm sure you can imagine what it looked like. It's true about the shoddy brakes, I'd almost keep it strictly as a show car, honestly.

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Being well-dressed, wear decent aftershave, being considerate and appear confidently friendly...

Oh wait, not Pickup Trick... Pickup Truck.

 

In this case, Bobcat, with red bottom and cremewhite top with classic rod wheels. Shame we lose the boat hanger every time we lose sight of it.

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would say the slamvan, but probally since it's my real life dream car.

 

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Here are all your options

Rebel

Slamvan

Rat truck

Rat loader

Picador (technically a ute)

Bobcat XL

 

I personally prefer the picador, but if you dont count that, the clean Rebel

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Picador probably fits the bill the best and it does have that kind of 80s look to its styling...

Except it's a 1970 El Camino with a 1964 styled front end.

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That's true, it's brakes a practically non existent. But still a nice vehicle overall.

It brake like sh*t due to its front biased brakes, it stops better when you press half the trigger instead of full.
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Zoots Remuvah

 

Picador probably fits the bill the best and it does have that kind of 80s look to its styling...

Except it's a 1970 El Camino with a 1964 styled front end.

 

 

I'm british - you seriously expect us to know jack about pickups??

Gerrouttahere!

 

If you want a hand to make any tea though, we're full of advice....

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Picador probably fits the bill the best and it does have that kind of 80s look to its styling...

Except it's a 1970 El Camino with a 1964 styled front end.

 

I'm british - you seriously expect us to know jack about pickups??

Gerrouttahere!

 

If you want a hand to make any tea though, we're full of advice....

Being a Brit doesn't stop you from using Google lol

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Zoots Remuvah

 

 

 

Picador probably fits the bill the best and it does have that kind of 80s look to its styling...

Except it's a 1970 El Camino with a 1964 styled front end.

 

I'm british - you seriously expect us to know jack about pickups??

Gerrouttahere!

 

If you want a hand to make any tea though, we're full of advice....

Being a Brit doesn't stop you from using Google lol

 

 

 

Yeah but google ain't any use if you're in the middle of the desert with a pick-up you need identifying and a load of tea that needs drinking, does it?

 

Innate knowledge or something like that....

 

How the fick did some of you people survive before the internet, eh?

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Bobcat or Picador would be the best option for a 90's pickup truck.

 

The Bison and Sadler are two very nice pickup trucks though. I want to get a nice pickup truck with a truck bed that isn't the Sandking so I'll probably be buying a Bison soon as it seats 6 people. Sadler can sometimes have a bed cap though(!)

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Picador probably fits the bill the best and it does have that kind of 80s look to its styling...

Except it's a 1970 El Camino with a 1964 styled front end.

 

I'm british - you seriously expect us to know jack about pickups??

Gerrouttahere!

 

If you want a hand to make any tea though, we're full of advice....

Being a Brit doesn't stop you from using Google lol

 

 

Yeah but google ain't any use if you're in the middle of the desert with a pick-up you need identifying and a load of tea that needs drinking, does it?

 

Innate knowledge or something like that....

 

How the fick did some of you people survive before the internet, eh?

Innate knowledge is irrwlivent here. Maybe you should look up that definition while you're at it since you seem to have trouble getting by without the net.

 

O/T: get a bobcat

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Zoots Remuvah

 

Innate knowledge is irrwlivent here. Maybe you should look up that definition while you're at it since you seem to have trouble getting by without the net.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I may just do that, though probably not with whatever dictionary you're using; it might take a while....

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CountySheriff

 

 

Innate knowledge is irrwlivent here. Maybe you should look up that definition while you're at it since you seem to have trouble getting by without the net.

 

 

 

 

 

I may just do that, though probably not with whatever dictionary you're using; it might take a while....

Dude, like what the hell man? You're using the Internet right now and then b.itching about other people using it?

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Zoots Remuvah

 

 

 

Innate knowledge is irrwlivent here. Maybe you should look up that definition while you're at it since you seem to have trouble getting by without the net.

 

 

 

 

 

I may just do that, though probably not with whatever dictionary you're using; it might take a while....

Dude, like what the hell man? You're using the Internet right now and then b.itching about other people using it?

 

 

No, I was highlighting the irony of that response...

 

I was also making reference to cultural norms, which would stipulate that British people are highly unlikely to have any knowledge, let alone any awareness, of what pickup trucks are given that they're not exactly a format of road vehicle we tend to use in this country.

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