three-quarter-ton love



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  • Our rented minivan squatted beside a dusty three-quarter-ton pickup truck.

    Vicious Grace

  • GM could move three-quarter-ton production to Mexico, or possibly Indiana.

    Cars impacted by GM factory closings

  • Unlike several union brothers who were held for rocking a police vehicle, Hornacek allegedly socked one: a three-quarter-ton police horse named Daily News I. Hornacek claims he batted the mount accidentally and offered to smooch the horse to make amends.

    No Horsing Around

  • Three-quarter ton pick: Ford F-250All the three-quarter-ton trucks seem well built, but I felt most comfortable in the Ford F-250.

    Personal Picks: Pickup trucks, part 2

  • Three-quarter ton pick: Chevrolet SilveradoNow the three-quarter-ton diesel trucks are a different animal.

    Personal Picks: Pickup trucks, part 2

  • The three-quarter-ton armor that gets plated onto the humvees, for example, limits its carrying ability and puts additional strain on the transmission, according to service officials...


  • After one lesson in “double clutching” to shift gears, I was put into a three-quarter-ton armored personnel carrier and told to follow the vehicles ahead of me in a column.

    Staying Tuned

  • Ken Senior had a four-wheel three-quarter-ton Chevrolet Suburban with 454 cubic inches under the hood.

    Caught Me a Big ’Un . . . and then I let him go!

  • A three-quarter-ton, it boasted a raised roof with black plastic windows embedded in the rear.

    Jed the Dead

  • Then a three-quarter-ton truck came through the trees, followed by some more jeeps.

    The Cardinal of the Kremlin

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