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Ford Fairmont Meets El Camino as a Durango
You might think of the Ford Fairmont as one of Ford’s snoozers from the 1970s and 1980s, but there is one model that still can create a little excitement: the Ford Durango. No, this is not the precursor to the bold and beautiful Dodge Durango; rather, it is a close cousin to the Chevy El Camino. The Ford Fairmont Durango was a special edition car/truck like the El Camino and the Ford Ranchero.
This Is The Place For True Classic Truck Fans!
Americans have always had a love affair with motor vehicles, and a vast history exists in the form of classic cars and trucks. Classic truck fans are a special breed, and when you think about the history of trucks in the United States, particularly pickup trucks, you see the true American spirit in action.
Truck owners are generally people who know what it means to “get ‘er done,” and when you look around and see all the things that make America great trucks were a part of the process. Things need to get from point A to point B and it takes well-built American trucks to get them there.
Hello, Fellow Truck Lovers!
Remember when milk was delivered to your home as a kid and if you got to it first, you could skim off the cream and enjoy it before anyone else? What about watching Grandpa load up his old truck with enough wood to craft a new china hutch for Grandma? Those were the days, weren’t they? The days when you’d look up to the soldiers headed off to “The War” or joyously returning in the army trucks during the V-Day parades are long gone. Times may have changed, but we still love those old milk trucks and old pick-ups, but even more, we love talking about them.