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1978 Ford F-100 Review
by Devon

i hate paying for gas loll

i love this truck cuz i love to mud loll but i hate the gas milage.i am a person that likes stuff done the right way at the time givin and all of my cars and/trucks are done right the first time

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1966 Ford F-100 Used Cars in Terrell, TX 75160

Price: $3,450

Mileage: ?

Location: Terrell, TX 75160

Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: Manual Color: Red/white Description: Used 1966 Ford F-100 for sale - $3,450
Avg. Dealer Rating: (1 review) "Took three emails before contact ! Never ansewered my questions on first try ! Very vague on second try ! Finally answered on third try, but was irritated by the questions !"

1965 Ford F-100 Used Cars in Dallas, TX 75229

Price: $5,000

Mileage: ?

Location: Dallas, TX 75229

Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: Automatic Description: Used 1965 Ford F-100 for sale - $5,000
Avg. Dealer Rating: (5 reviews) "D&L Auto I recently spotted a 2006 GMC Savana Extended length Hi top Van on the internet. I tried calling them several times and never got a call back. I finally told Bonnie, the owners wife, "you sure don't want to sell that van very bad". She laughed saying how busy they were. I indicated it was no laughing matter and if they wanted to sell it, I wanted a call back from the owner pronto!! About an hour later the owner Don called me back. I asked him the condition of the van, and was told it was in great shape and ran great, strong engine. We discussed a trade for my 04 Chevy Astro and some cash and the deal was set. Don was supposed to call me back and tell me if the AC was charged, even though the ad said "cold air". I would have left early in the morning to avoid traffic, again, he never called back. I called them at 10:30 AM the next morning, and once again Bonnie thought it was funny. This delay is why I encountered DALLAS rush hour traffic both ways. I did make a wrong turn near the car lot and Bonnie came over and led me to their lot. This is pretty much the only positive part of my buying experience with D&L. When I arrive Don was conveniently "sick" and nowhere around to ask questions and Bonnie knows nothing about cars. I was told "the steering is a bit loose", that was a gross understatement. The power steering gearbox had leaked all the fluid out before I ever made it to the Oklahoma state line, and I had to put more power steering fluid in every 100 miles. The van wandered all over the highway, it was hard to keep it pointed straight. After having my mechanic look at it, he said he was surprised it made it back to Kansas without the front end falling out. I have spent $750 in parts and nearly that much in labor to get the front end repaired. I was also told it had "bad gas" and that's why it ran rough. The diagnostic we ran on it shows 6 error codes, bad gas was the least of the worries. It appears I have another several hundred dollars worth of work that need to be done to make this van even close to the description provided in the online ad. The paint job looks like a Monday morning hangover, garage spray paint job. Over spray everywhere and painted over body damage. Now I know why they posted fuzzy, distant pictures on the ad. The transmission & rear end are all that is left to check out, I'm hoping for the best, but if the front end and engine are any indicator, they are probably damaged too. I was fully aware that I was buying used and "as is", but I expected the advertisement and the dealer to show at least a little honesty. This Van wasn't fit to drive the roads safely, I was lucky to make it back to Kansas. My opinion of D & L auto is: They buy em cheap & junky, spray imitation "Armor All" on everything to make it shiny and sell it as fast as they can. These are car dealers of the LOWEST order. Whoever coined the term "Buyer Beware" probably bought a vehicle from these crooks. My advice is to look past these people, there are a lot more honest dealers out there. "

1965 Ford F-100 Used Cars in Carrollton, TX 75006

Price: $17,491

Mileage: 70,750

Location: Carrollton, TX 75006

Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: Manual Color: Red Description: Used 1965 Ford F-100 for sale - $17,491, 70,750 miles
Avg. Dealer Rating: (19 reviews) "They did not want work out a deal on a vehicle. Acted as if I bug them no customer service."

1956 Ford F-100 Used Cars in Arlington, TX 76011

Price: $39,996

Mileage: ?

Location: Arlington, TX 76011

Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic Color: Black Clearcoat Description: Used 1956 Ford F-100 for sale - $39,996
Avg. Dealer Rating: (46 reviews) "Very prompt"

1973 Ford F-100 Used Cars in Carrollton, TX 75006

Price: $159,900

Mileage: 65

Location: Carrollton, TX 75006

Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: Automatic Color: Red Description: Used 1973 Ford F-100 for sale - $159,900, 65 miles
Avg. Dealer Rating: (55 reviews) "Very good communication. Very helpful."
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