ULTRA RARE PROTOTYPE PRE PRODUCTION 2017 TREMOR FOR SALE!!!!!!

HvacSciGuy

Tremor Buff
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Minnesota
Current Ride
2020 7.3 Tremor
Current Ride #2
2004 6.blow F350/2009 Ultra Classic

Please don't grill me for the title 😂 I thought this one was funny that they stickered it up as a tremor.
 

Please don't grill me for the title 😂 I thought this one was funny that they stickered it up as a tremor.
Yeah, probably the previous owner, not the dealer... Everyone wants to be part of the club! 😂
 
LOL, that dealer is literally 2-3 miles from my house. I pass that truck on my way to work
Nice to find another MN member that isn't from the cities! All of the Harley's that I've had have come from Apol's in Alex
 
I was getting my oil changed in my tremor and a guy pulled up in 2017-2019 Crew cab XL 6.2 v8. He had tremor stickers, tremor wheels and running boards. He saw my truck and said these tremors are sweet trucks right. I looked at him, then his truck, then my truck and just said yep. Conversation over 😂
 
I was getting my oil changed in my tremor and a guy pulled up in 2017-2019 Crew cab XL 6.2 v8. He had tremor stickers, tremor wheels and running boards. He saw my truck and said these tremors are sweet trucks right. I looked at him, then his truck, then my truck and just said yep. Conversation over 😂
I respect buying an xl truck and upgrading it they way you want it as opposed to getting a higher package and paying for things you don't want or need. Personally I might do just that with my next truck. But upgrading an xl to pose it as something it isn't just for the status, that's just stupid.
 
I respect buying an xl truck and upgrading it they way you want it as opposed to getting a higher package and paying for things you don't want or need. Personally I might do just that with my next truck. But upgrading an xl to pose it as something it isn't just for the status, that's just stupid.
People are free to do whatever they want with their vehicles, however, this strategy is generally flawed because you will NEVER get the cost of your "upgrades" back out of the vehicle.

I have a coworker that has a 2018 XLT F-350 with the 6.2. He has added Anzo headlights, Katzkin leather, aftermarket heated seats, a lift, wheels, tires, etc. He's always telling me how it's "basically a Lariat"..... but it's not. The secondary market doesn't care what cheeseball "upgrades" you've done, it's still an XLT on the VIN and will resale as such. In fact, if I have my option between a stock unit, and one that's been heavily monkeyed with, I'll choose stock every time.

Don't get me started on upbadging. The Ecoboost Mustang guys with GT-350 decals and all of the XLT F-150s running around with Raptor Grilles.... ridiculous.
 
I respect buying an xl truck and upgrading it they way you want it as opposed to getting a higher package and paying for things you don't want or need. Personally I might do just that with my next truck. But upgrading an xl to pose it as something it isn't just for the status, that's just stupid.
💯 I don’t care if you have xl or a platinum, just don’t pretend your truck is something it isn’t
 
People are free to do whatever they want with their vehicles, however, this strategy is generally flawed because you will NEVER get the cost of your "upgrades" back out of the vehicle.

I have a coworker that has a 2018 XLT F-350 with the 6.2. He has added Anzo headlights, Katzkin leather, aftermarket heated seats, a lift, wheels, tires, etc. He's always telling me how it's "basically a Lariat"..... but it's not. The secondary market doesn't care what cheeseball "upgrades" you've done, it's still an XLT on the VIN and will resale as such. In fact, if I have my option between a stock unit, and one that's been heavily monkeyed with, I'll choose stock every time.

Don't get me started on upbadging. The Ecoboost Mustang guys with GT-350 decals and all of the XLT F-150s running around with Raptor Grilles.... ridiculous.
Not to mention his tremor badges were not on straight, about 1/2in low on one side and air bubbles 😂
 
I couldn’t get past the wheels. When I did I really was at a loss to describe what I was seeing!!!
 
I was getting my oil changed in my tremor and a guy pulled up in 2017-2019 Crew cab XL 6.2 v8. He had tremor stickers, tremor wheels and running boards. He saw my truck and said these tremors are sweet trucks right. I looked at him, then his truck, then my truck and just said yep. Conversation over 😂
Just for a laugh:
It’s like if I owned a Porsche and someone pulled up next to me in a Miata and yelled yo sweet car look we’re twins 😂😂😂
 
Just for a laugh:
It’s like if I owned a Porsche and someone pulled up next to me in a Miata and yelled yo sweet car look we’re twins 😂😂😂
I have a fairly nice 24' (27' with the outboard bracket) 2024 Duckworth Pacific Navigator. Big welded aluminum Northwest-style boat.

Last month on the boat ramp, I had a guy in a ratty old 16' Smokercraft with a 80's Suzuki that sounded like it was on it's last cough, come up to me unsolicited and tell me it was "a nice boat, but he didn't buy one because it doesn't have enough storage for his needs".

Cool story buddy, whatever you have to tell yourself lol.
 
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Not to mention his tremor badges were not on straight, about 1/2in low on one side and air bubbles 😂
Well, at least the "O" in Tremor is the correct size... 😁
 
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