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  1. #251
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  2. #252
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    looks ready for it

  3. #253
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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Not that old but it just turned 8 and I bought it new:



    Still have this one 8 years later.

  4. #254
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    Still parked in the same spot.
    A few people feel the rain. Most people just get wet.

  5. #255
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    nah both those pics are from the original post. however at the moment it is parked exactly right there, I would put up a pic but it's too dark out to take one.

  6. #256
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    We believe ya. My wife has been wanting a pickup. And a tiny tear drop trailer. Or a rooftop tent. I should post in the "I love my wife but...." thread. Somethings going on.
    A few people feel the rain. Most people just get wet.

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    This is a couple months ago with the new tires and wheels and a slight little lift so they'd fit without rubbing in the front.

    My kid borrowed it the other day and when I adjusted the mirror back I accidentally hit the onstar button without realizing it. Startled me when they picked right up. I feel kinda bad, they've been waiting by the phone for me to call for 16 years.

  8. #258
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    Your truck actually looks better after 16 years. I don’t think that happens where I live.

  9. #259
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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
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ID:	302630. I feel kinda bad, they've been waiting by the phone for me to call for 16 years.
    Justice for some small portion of the phone solicitation over the years, eh?
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  10. #260
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    Quote Originally Posted by ill-advised strategy View Post
    Your truck actually looks better after 16 years. I don’t think that happens where I live.
    Well it's spent its winters in Maryland for the most part, that's like a 1 on the salt scale vs. a 43 for da UP.

    It also helps that my wife won't drive it, the brakes failed once when she was driving it and she nearly died to hear her tell the story.

  11. #261
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    I had forgotten this was one of those threads destroyed by photobucket failing.

    Sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ill-advised strategy View Post
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    That hydrant is just asking for it. The antenna on it seems a little inadequate. I would need some kind of substantial structure to keep from snapping it off as that flat yard is begging for the high speed plow job.

  13. #263
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    I’m super gentle. That’s why I got the chains this year...so hopefully I can crawl slowly and be more precise around all my obstacles.

  14. #264
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    Not real old, 1st gen 2003 Tundra, but love this truck.
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  15. #265
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    Quote Originally Posted by booner View Post
    This is Big Sexy...my daily. 87 f250 w/351 Windsor, 4 barrel Holley, aluminum intake, ceramic headers, custom dual and dumped exhaust, and a bumpin system in her. 67K and never saw a winter till last year. Seals and gaskets are getting bad so I plan on throwing in a rebuilt 351 soon. She's a beast.




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    I'm looking for an old truck. 4x4 and an 8 foot bed are my only requirements.
    ill advised - ya know you can make bank working ground support on fires with a rig like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    ill advised - ya know you can make bank working ground support on fires with a rig like that.
    I wish that scenario existed where I live.

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    Love the chains and plow. My 1994 F250 w a blade, chains and 800lbs in the bed is the most fun I have in a vehicle.


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  19. #269
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bosco View Post
    Not real old, 1st gen 2003 Tundra, but love this truck.
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    sharp ride

  20. #270
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaver View Post
    Attachment 122237Not that old, just turned 14000km.
    I'm an old maggot with a truck. Still have this one, it's a couple months shy of 8 years old with 82,000km. Still have the sled too, sadly it only has about 600km on it.

  21. #271
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    '92 Toyota 4WD Xtra cab with 5 speed manual 22R-E. Bought it 3 years ago for $2,500 from my neighbor with 80,000 original owner miles.
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    Buy the ticket...take the ride.

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    '78 C-20, 350/350 120,000 miles

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  23. #273
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobbyBill View Post
    '92 Toyota 4WD Xtra cab with 5 speed manual 22R-E. Bought it 3 years ago for $2,500 from my neighbor with 80,000 original owner miles.
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    Thatís awesome!

    I had an 88 2-door 4Runner MT, 22re, for 15 years (age 19-34). I miss it a ton. it took me and my friends and my wife all over the place. Used to drive the deserts and the highways with up to 8 people in it. Dozens of nights slept in it. Was our home for a few stints of homelessness. Slept in many ski hill parking lots with it. It was the moving vehicle of choice of several friends. Hauled furniture sticking out like that^^ throughout San Diego and the Bay Area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobbyBill View Post
    '92 Toyota 4WD Xtra cab with 5 speed manual 22R-E. Bought it 3 years ago for $2,500 from my neighbor with 80,000 original owner miles.
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    I've got a similar age Toyota but it's a normal cab, 2wd version. Someone broke into the driver side door recently, passenger side was messed up by the same thing before my uncle gave it to me. It's been sitting at my parent's house but it's about to live in my garage for a while as I figure out what to do with it

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    mine is about to be 13 years old, but only 94,000 miles. was considering buying a newer grand Cherokee then 2 of the cyclinder heads had to be reworked, so i'm married to it now as i'm at the bottom of the trade in pile with that vehicle history; so i'm going to keep it until the warranty on that work runs out minimum now:

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    Eat em up Houston Cougars !

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