What was your first work vehicle?

Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by oatka, Dec 8, 2005.

  1. YardPro

    YardPro LawnSite Gold Member
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    my first truck was a 12 year old ford f 150... great truck.... cheap and reliable.
     
  2. AL Inc

    AL Inc LawnSite Bronze Member
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    1987 Mazda B2000, used that for a few years, part time, and when I went full time in 1995, bought a very sad looking 1986 GMC 1 ton dump truck. I sold the GMC in 1999, the guy who bought it still has it on the road today.
     
  3. Green Pastures

    Green Pastures LawnSite Silver Member
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    97' Honda Accord Station Wagon :D
     
  4. Az Gardener

    Az Gardener LawnSite Gold Member
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    86 Pontiac 6000 followed by a 70 Chevy 3/4 ton pu (in 1994) My old partner started his in a Pontiac Bonneville carried the equip upstairs to the balcony at the apartment. What is it about Pontiacs ? Now he has at least 15 trucks, a crane, multiple skid steers and 17 acre's worth millions. Everyone starts somewhere. I have a client that is a Billionaire started with 1 truck 35 years ago he and his wife both drove. Now they own one of the biggest trucking companies in the country and about 25 other companies. Thats the USA for you.
     
  5. jtkplc

    jtkplc LawnSite Silver Member
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    1997 Dodge Stratus. with the back seat folded down, i could fit my 21" Lawn Boy in the truck and close it. From there I used my Dad's 1996 Dodge Dakota until March when I leased my Dodge Ram 2500.
     
  6. BSDeality

    BSDeality LawnSite Silver Member
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    SNEAKERS! i used to walk to my neighbors 2 houses to mow their lawns. then i started driving, lol.
    79' Jeep CJ7 w/ a 6x10
    94' Dodge 1500 LB 4x4 w/ 6x12
    05' Ford F350 SC/LB 4x4 w/ 6x12
     
  7. Full throttle lawn care

    Full throttle lawn care LawnSite Member
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    I'm useing my 03 Z-71 sub. Great reason not to have to do debrie removal. I will bag it and leave on the curb thoe.
     

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