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The new 4Runner

Postby Huzer » Sun Apr 19, 2015 9:14

Well, the ST is gone, and I've already sold the 2 things I bought for it, floormats and license plate frame. I'll keep the diecast model, though.

The new Tacoma is nice. It's comfortable, and was used today for a loaded run over to Goodwill (wee). When I get back from Dallas, I'll get the two front windows tinted to match the rear, get some WeatherTechs (amazing how nice they keep the carpets. I never had to vacuum either the Tundra or Focus and the carpets looked brand new underneath those liners. I'm contemplating a few other things already, but mostly cosmetic. Here are a few quick driveway pics.

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Re: The new Taco

Postby FDEEZ » Sun Apr 19, 2015 9:14

The truck looks nice. I'd be afraid if I were the Tacoma though...at the rate you go through vehicles, it may be homeless/disowned in a year or so.

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Re: The new Taco

Postby RX-7 Chris » Sun Apr 19, 2015 9:14

I guess this solves the question of whether you would make it to the ST race school.
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Re: The new Taco

Postby Huzer » Sun Apr 19, 2015 9:14

RX-7 Chris wrote:I guess this solves the question of whether you would make it to the ST race school.


Technically, I can still go. I won't though. It'd be fun, but happy home life wins out. Stupid work travel.

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Re: The new Taco

Postby RX-7 Chris » Mon Apr 20, 2015 9:14

Huzer wrote:Technically, I can still go. I won't though. It'd be fun, but happy home life wins out. Stupid work travel.

Usually does unless you weren't smart, lol.

Nice looking truck.
1984 RX-7 GSL-SE [size=84]My restomod project[/SIZE]


1964 Ford Galaxie 500XL flat black w/ white interior, 2 dr fastback, 390 thunderbird, C6 auto, 2500 rpm high stall converter, shift kit, AC, Holley 750 cfm

[size=100]RIP 1983 RX-7[/SIZE]

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Re: The new Taco

Postby I`m Batman » Mon Apr 20, 2015 9:14

Very n :187fe223: ice!!!

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Re: The new Taco

Postby Huzer » Thu Apr 30, 2015 9:14

I got the front two windows tinted today by Eric, and some new WeatherTech mats arrive Monday. The only other thing I have planned for the somewhat immediate future is a TRD Pro grill. Down the road, wheels/tires, and other miscellaneous cargo type stuff. Nothing too big, as I don't want to blow the project budget for the Miata, but want to personalize the Tacoma a little bit.

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Re: The new Taco

Postby RX-7 Chris » Thu Apr 30, 2015 9:14

I do like the looks of the TRD pro grill
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1964 Ford Galaxie 500XL flat black w/ white interior, 2 dr fastback, 390 thunderbird, C6 auto, 2500 rpm high stall converter, shift kit, AC, Holley 750 cfm

[size=100]RIP 1983 RX-7[/SIZE]

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Re: The new Taco

Postby Huzer » Mon May 18, 2015 9:14

This thing is a pain in the ass to detail. So many little crevices, rubber molding trim pieces, etc. Sure is nice having the water bead up, though.

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Re: The new Taco

Postby RX-7 Chris » Tue May 19, 2015 9:14

any updated pics?
1984 RX-7 GSL-SE [size=84]My restomod project[/SIZE]


1964 Ford Galaxie 500XL flat black w/ white interior, 2 dr fastback, 390 thunderbird, C6 auto, 2500 rpm high stall converter, shift kit, AC, Holley 750 cfm

[size=100]RIP 1983 RX-7[/SIZE]

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Re: The new Taco

Postby Huzer » Wed May 20, 2015 9:14

Not yet, if it ever stops raining, I want to snap a few pics of the truck NOT in my driveway. Ha.

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Re: The new Taco

Postby RX-7 Chris » Wed May 20, 2015 9:14

Just get some pics in a mud hole, there are plenty.
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1964 Ford Galaxie 500XL flat black w/ white interior, 2 dr fastback, 390 thunderbird, C6 auto, 2500 rpm high stall converter, shift kit, AC, Holley 750 cfm

[size=100]RIP 1983 RX-7[/SIZE]

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Re: The new Taco

Postby Shadowden » Thu May 21, 2015 9:14

Did you and the little man ever get those steps installed?

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Re: The new Taco

Postby Huzer » Thu May 21, 2015 9:14

We sure did. Personally, I don't love them for me, they're kind of in my way, but they are perfect for him. I'm still waiting for a better deal on a TRD pro grill to get that on. Right now, a grill is the price of a matching Corbeau for the Miata. Yikes.

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Re: The new Taco

Postby Shadowden » Thu May 21, 2015 9:14

Can your little guy ride in the miata with a corbeau installed? I don't think the harness would allow that for a while. Not sure.


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