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Old 03-27-2015, 11:12 AM   #1
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Went down to the Atlanta Auto Show. Lots of great new trucks out there. Ram seemed to be the only one featuring their HD lines. Ford and GM each had one, but I guess to push the truck-only brand, Ram had the full line, including crew cab dually.

On a side note, a local Winnebago dealer had a couple of TTs set up and were getting lots of traffic.
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Old 03-28-2015, 01:46 AM   #2
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I have found the Atlanta Auto Show to be a waste of time. If I was wanting to look at trucks, I'd just go out to Akins in Winder--selling Ram and Ford. He used to stock more diesel trucks than many states had.

I now avoid even driving by that dealership, as the 2003 model F250 diesel truck I bought there is still too good to trade. That's the value in buying a diesel.
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Yup, you can take that approach as well. The auto show is not a sales lot. The point of a auto show is not to see what is already in dealerships but to pitch their current and future wears .
But they did have a lot of nice old cars too.
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