What does everyone name their trucks?

MCas86

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I've never been a person to name vehicles. Honestly, I never understood it.
 

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almost 40 years of driving and i've yet to name a vehicle. I just don't get it...
Oh, crap, I forgot! Still not the truck, but I have occasionally referred to my Challenger as "The 4000 pound Tomato"... LOL!!!
 

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Mojo. My son named it for me.
 

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Oh, crap, I forgot! Still not the truck, but I have occasionally referred to my Challenger as "The 4000 pound Tomato"... LOL!!!
In high school a new a guy with a very hot looking Plymouth Cuda. It was bright yellow and he called The Atomic Banana.
 

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My wife called my car "Monster" once. It stuck.
 

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I've owned close to three dozen vehicles over the course of my life, but have never named any of my trucks. Two of my cars had names, however:

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This one's name should be obvious to anyone over a certain age. Owned it twelve years and put over 220K on it before selling to a high-school kid. Was still seeing it in town every so often five years later (it was a TDI).

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The Mayfield Belle was a '71 Campmobile I bought as a cheap hauler, then later became my DD. Owned her eight years before she "Went West." My college buddies and I made bachelor's night movies for each other as we got married, so the 'bus became the star in a spoof we did of the movie The Memphis Belle. Folks from the Southeast may recognize the Mayfield Dairies logo. All of the Belle's missions were 'milk runs,' of course!

I got pulled over more times in this vehicle than any other I've owned (never got a ticket).

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