by John McLeod on January 25, 2014 in News
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The pickup truck has been reinventing itself for a hundred years.
Today's pickup is the result of more than a century of evolution, but even with the latest incarnation, there's still a lot of reinventing we can do ourselves. Need to carry lumber? Add a roof rack. Have a longer than usual load? Attach a bed extender. Got a flyaway problem? Install tie-down hooks and snap on a cargo net.
Want secure, convenient storage? Drop in lockable tool boxes. Need to haul an entire crew? There's a cab just for that. Got to slog through mud or plow through snow? Engage the four-wheel drive. Today's pickup has muscle to spare whether it's towing for fun or profit.
Reinventing the pickup means going from a cargo hauler one minute, to a handsome sports vehicle the next. From a workshop on wheels to an office on the go, pickups are meant for serious work and serious play. They can get you where you're going and give you shelter when you get there.
Today, America is reinventing and rebuilding. It's a time for confidence, it's a time to rally and move forward and the pickup is made for just that purpose.