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Old 10-27-2007, 22:10   #1 (permalink)
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At What Point

At what point does a truck go from being an old truck to a classic truck. Is it 20 years? 25? 30? Or is it something that isn't defined by age?
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Re: At What Point

It depends on the state you live in i now in maryland it 20 years best if you look on your states mva website
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Seems to me among the Chevy guys about 1972 is the cutoff point. Among Ford folks, about 1968-69. Generally. Many folks equicocate "classic" trucks with the 1950's and earlier. There are always fans of specific year groups. I couldn't say about the Dodge or foreign folks. Maybe it just really depends on where you are and who you are talking to.
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It's an old truck when you drive it around "as is". It becomes a classic when you start dumping heaps of cash into it and you need to explain it to your wife.
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