dont really care about shiny trophies, built it to drive it, just like the sticker on the back window says "Silly Yuppie, trailers are for boats" I enjoy going to shows and hanging out with my friends old and new, my awards are from the old people and lit
the reliable old 22RE with over 200,000 on it and still cooking, blew a head gasket at showfest in 2005 and it still made it back to Kentucky on an 11 hour drive, that is what I call reliable, Toyota made a mistake when they dropped the 22re motor.
baby blue suede primer with 4runner goodies and toyota supra taillights. Oh don't forget the long bed that toyota forgot to put on the 89-95 xtra cabs.............Grant Fab combo with Supra buckets,Sir Michaels license plate box, shaved gas door, 4WD fron
typical toyota blue interior, but with some 4runner goodies as well. Probably the only tilt column automatic on the column shift toyota alive, had to make this option :), 4Runner bucket seats, 4 runner center console, SR5 rearview mirror/interior light.
Alpine/Sony, just enough to keep me awake on the DRIVE to and from a show.
bagged 2 tanks/2 compressors, 4 switches, front, back, individual front..not to much, but it does the job. TCI 4 Link, Z-notched front frame 1.5 inches, 2 inch drop spindles, shocks on all 4 corners, 2500lb bags in the front, 2600lb bags in the rear. Ste
17 inch delgado baretta training wheels.....if anybody has some 19's for sale email me with a picture and we will see what we can do. I've still got the 15 inch eagle 5-stars that I had on this truck in 1991 when it was a standard cab short bed, I might
wheels, paint, redo the inside of the bed, interior work, build a custom hood, SR5 sunroof conversion,