If it has a combustible engine, four or more wheels, we love it! No matter the brand! As full blown automotive enthusiasts, we have our favorite brands but there is no hatred or judgement if another person enjoys a competing brand of car or truck. We appreciate vehicles from an engineering stand point because of what they are able to do.
Conventional cars transport billions of people every single day. They serve their purpose and while some may offer cool interiors, their job is mostly to get from point “A” to point “B” for the average consumer.
Exotic Sports Cars
These cars hold a soft spot in our hearts. It is a dream for many to own a car like a Lamborghini, Ferrari, McLaren, Porsche, Maserati, Aston Martin. Many will have a poster of one of these cars on their wall growing up and strive to be able to be in a position to purchase one. The unfortunate reality is that rarely do people follow through on their goals and grind to reach the financial level to achieve the ability to purchase these cars. The other amazing fact is that sports and exotic cars can reach speeds and lap times around race tracks at break-neck speeds and timing while producing an amazing sound and looking stylish.
Light Duty Trucks
Light duty trucks (up to the 350 series Fords, and 3500 series Dodge and GM) look stylish, offer great interior packages, and their new diesel engines have the torque and horsepower to pull a house, all while sounding amazing when the exhaust system is “opened up”. As the engineering advances, these trucks’ exteriors look as good as their interiors while offering creature comforts such as massage seats, heated and cooled seats, panoramic sun roofs, all while being capable of pulling a 20,000 lb 5th wheel toy hauler camper. Nothing short of amazing.
Medium Duty Trucks
These are trucks made by the big three (Ford, Dodge, GM) in the 450/4500 series, 550/5500, 650 and 750 series trucks. Mostly used by organizations, companies and contractors that need to move a lot. Whether it is equipment, materials, or something else. These trucks can do it while bringing the whole crew out to the job site to get things done all in one trip. For that, we thoroughly enjoy these trucks.
Heavy Duty Trucks
Who can forget the kings of the road? Semi trucks, otherwise referred to as heavy duty are the largest vehicles on the road. They can tow upwards of 50,000 lbs, making the combined and in most US states, reaching the maximum road weight of 80,000 lbs. They can even weigh more than that depending on needs, such as moving very large equipment from job site to job site. A special permit is required for this to occur as this equipment is usually wider than one lane of roadway and also required if it puts the combined weight at more than 80,000 lbs. Think about that for a second, a 737-800 jet weighs 90,000 lbs before fuel and passengers. Talk about an insane amount of weight moving down the road. The engines that these have under the hood are torque monsters!
When we say that we love all vehicles, we are not kidding.