The Beast

There will always be an ongoing dispute about which pickup is the best… the most common rivalries being between Ford, Chevy or the Dodge Ram.

After I finished up my Navy days, I bought myself a truck… a brown, 8 cyclinder Ford Explorer, which I nicknamed the Beast and it became a workhorse carrying more weight than her limit at times. The odd scratch and dings on the tailgate gave the Beast her own character.

'79 Ford 150 - Similiar looking truck to the Beast

Similiar truck to the Beast

Today, the Trucks are bigger and look more fancy. Too nice to be be dirtying up with firewood, fishing gear, dirt & gravel, etc. And they can guzzle the gas for sure. I would say the most work an average truck gets these days are hauling around travel trailers in the summer

Then there’s this monster call the Conquest Knight XV … a truck lover’s dream ride built only in Toronto, Canada.

The Conquest Knight XV starts at $629,000, but most go for several hundred thousand dollars more. (Galit Rodan/Canadian Press)

The Conquest Knight XV starts at $629,000, but most go for several hundred thousand dollars more. (Galit Rodan/Canadian Press)

One good thing about pre-launches is; a potential investor has plenty of time to size up an opportunity and see if it’s an acceptable risk. RevSharingClub is one of those programs and it’s scheduled to launch on the 6th of August.

 

 

 

 

 

One thought on “The Beast

  1. Mattias

    Interesting article.What is the best? The old or the new ones? It depends on, of course…..sometimes we see evolvement, other times we see bad products which don´t have the quality one would expect.This can be conveyed to the Business World we are in.Should an internet marketer stay where he is or should he starts to invest in more traditional funds and stocks? That also depends on interest and knowledge, of course.Nowadays I prefer the more stable and secure funds even if no business market is without risk.

    Hi Mattias and thanks for your comment,

    I have to go with the older model trucks. Today, like the cars and vans
    they are built of lighter material and ask more in price.

    When you can push in a panel with your fingers and although it flexes back,
    that’s not the advertised ‘tough truck’in my opinion.

    Gord

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