Sorry, yesterday i left my computer on i was trying to ask a good question about my ford
but my idiot friend got on and posted this crap and some stuff on the ford site, but really i very sorry
i enjoy all trucks.
and i enjoy what you guys are doing with this site. So please forgive my dumb @$# friends and i will try and
shut my cumputer off next time.
Sorry to hear that man, we all love our trucks alot and pretty much keep to ourselves but when we get posts bashing our rides we don't like it!
I like most trucks even the chevys/fords so don't get me wrong, just protecting its name [dodge]! Jap crap I don't like. Buy american!
So super, what about my "heche en Mexico Dodge", the "Fabrique en Canadien" Chevy I used to own, and the made in Kentucky Toyota I almost bought.[img]images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img][img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
Just bustin' yer balls.[img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
At least canada and mexico are in north america, toyota is foreign parts assembled here to save the japs shipping costs. I'm not racist toward them, just don't like foreign cars. [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
Ummmm, actually most US made "foreign" cars are mostly American produced. There's a bunch of the factories around here who make their parts. Nippon Denso in Battle Creek, MI is a HUGE producer of parts for the Japanese cars.
Hmmmm, but where was it assembled? Not familiar with the Highlander anyways. I know that in the case of the Tundra and the Tacoma, they are basically US only models, and are just about 100% US or North American made.
um actually if you have a newer dodge, technicly it is forien also since chrysler is now owned by a german company, and the cheverolet tracker is built by the same company as my samurai. i can say though that my 78 and 79 dodge trcuks are all u.s. built.