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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by JohnBoy777, Dec 11, 2012.
Looking to do something interesting with four wheels - let's see what you've got.
I have a few out in the shop.
68 Camaro SS
65 Chevelle and 65 Elky
Glass '27. Chevy powered.
And a '67 Elky drag car.
'89 Merkur Scorpio... breathed on ever-so-slightly
1999 Buick LeSabre. Mine doesn't look this good though.
Definately nothing 'hotrod' about this.............. But '4WHEEL TOYota? I think it qualifies.
81 Jeep CJ7 that I built from bare frame up. 97 LT1, Dynatrack axles, fiberglass body, 37 inch Super Swamper SSR's.
Sadly it's all apart now waiting for me to get my ass in gear & rebuild it.
My 4 wheel toys.
Equipped with a few mods. Next I need to find some tires that can actually stick to pavement.
Quick, someone page Lucifermutt
Everything (other than the bike) in 1 shot:
Just sold this a month ago:
Very Cool - what year is that?
I use this for my almost daily driver:
This is more toy status but I do drive the shit out of it:
Wow, two sweet 40's. The red one is a non-US spec right? - like the split rims.
My '67 Bronco, Barb.
I usually think people that name motor vehicles are idjits.
A friend of mine named her.
Correct, it was imported from Columbia South America.
It's a '67 with some improvements: 4 wheel discs, 4 speed, 4" lift, F.5 engine, Dune Beige 416 paint................
Canvas top and bows from Pakistan.
It's not modified in any way, all stock, which is fine. Drives like a Civic convertible (well, better than that) below 7K, but above that, hang on. For a small engine it packs a punch. It has been said that it is the closest you will come to riding a motorcycle.
Love those FJ-40s and the Bronco, here's my toy:
1988 Toyota 4x4 Pickup mostly stock, 1 inch body lift and 31x10.50R15 BFG All Terrains. It also has a Marlin clutch, and is running as strong as ever after 240,000 miles.
Here's my truck...