Show us your Toyota 4runner, tacoma or truck.

Dope fleet!
Thanks, they are all coming along a little here, a little there. Have a thread for the Tacoma and the 77 elsewhere that eventually I will get moved over here. Getting dirty looks from the wife right now as I'm hunting through the records to find a slightly hurricane damaged 200 right now so I can chop it up to make "a thing" out of it.
 

ttfjc

weekend wheeler
Bought a pair of 100's that were salvaged as water damaged before and had zero issues, but I did tear them down completely and inspect everything. ECU's were fine but the upholstery needed some attention.
i take it that you sold them? im sure there are many factors with flood damaged vehicles it just sounds like a nightmare to me
 

InterFJ

Explorer


This pictures resembles for me what this community and lifestyle is all about. Bad *** rigs. Bad *** people. And bad ***, epic journeys.


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laxtoy

Adventurer


This pictures resembles for me what this community and lifestyle is all about. Bad *** rigs. Bad *** people. And bad ***, epic journeys.


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Agreed! I've been enjoying your pics for a while man, epic journeys is spot on!
 

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i take it that you sold them? im sure there are many factors with flood damaged vehicles it just sounds like a nightmare to me
It absolutely can be and your concerns are well founded. Each was turned into a dedicated trail rig which lessened many punchlist concerns. The new ones will hopefully make at least one road worthy vehicle that will end up as a ute chop. But in the end that is all academic until I actually lay hands on them. Now, keeping with the spirit of the thread.

 

MamboSA

Observer
A little shot of my 2011 Toyota Fortuner in the Kruger National Park, along the border between South Africa and Mozambique.




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