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Blue Oval or Bow Tie The Battle of Mini Trucks Competition has existed between The Ford Motor Company and the General Motors Company since each was established as a major car and truck manufacturer One of the biggest battles between the two companies is the production and distribution of the Ford Ranger and the Chevy S-10 Both of the two trucks are similar in size shape price safety and in several other features and options To choose one of these two mini trucks is done for the most part by means of brand loyalty Everyone has seen these trucks driving on the street and almost everyone has chosen a favorite between the two But the perceptions of these two trucks have been made simply by seeing the factory look of the two This perception is fine if you are interested in buying one of the two for an everyday driver or for a work truck What about if you are like my friends and I and you want to make your truck into a car show winner I myself picture what the truck would look like once some bodywork a paint job rims tires and a number of other modifications are done to the trucks By looking at the trucks in that perspective the Ford Ranger is a better truck to fix up and modify for car show purposes rather than the Chevy S-10 because of the Rangers better styling and looks its scarcity at shows and its way of causing an exciting challenge to the owner on the many possible ways to fix the vehicle up The first reason for this is that S-10s are more common on the street and at shows than flies at a meat market Everyone seems to own one and attempt to fix them up As for Rangers they are somewhat common on the street but are a scarce sight at shows My friends and I seem to have
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