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    Quote Originally Posted by IchabodCrane View Post
    Not much practicality as a truck there.
    Box is far too small. Like a car with the trunk lid removed.
    The Nissan Frontier has a pretty small bed and my brother tows a decent size trailer. But now he was a truck camper. Its kinda slightly off the bed but it works.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eggman View Post
    That little number look like loads of fun.

    I'm digging those wheels, too.
    Pretty practical with 4X4, tilt bed and tiny motor.
    Will weld for beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    I think the market is ripe for a small, affordable pickup truck. It's an untapped market in the U.S. Most small trucks in the U.S have disappeared or evolved into mid-size trucks. Personally, I think the old Mitsubishi Mighty Max name had a nice ring to it!
    It's funny how its the complete opposite in Australia, American sized pickups is the untapped market over here but our dual cab utes are starting to grow to that size but only in plastic fenders and widebody wheel arches, we don't get the towing capacity or bed length along with the growth in size.

    The Volkswagon Amarok is a pickup that would do well in the American market I reckon, pretty large for that style of ute here but would be much smaller than its American competition.



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