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Which do you prefer--Ford or Chevy--for a daily driver?
Ford by far. I've learned to drive on a Chevy Biscayne. But that was when they had 3.2 L V8 and when they were bullet-proof cars back in the '60s. They were really good cars. Now, Chevrolet's quality has gone downhill a lot. But between the two, I would definitely go Ford.
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