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Thread: Show us your nice rides

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dieter View Post
    Stock-o Taco.
    I've got a buddy with an orange taco, oldest daughter has a beautiful blue one her husband got her for becoming a nurse last year, she picked it out, has a manual transmission. She loves it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonie View Post
    I've got a buddy with an orange taco, oldest daughter has a beautiful blue one her husband got her for becoming a nurse last year, she picked it out, has a manual transmission. She loves it.
    I love mine, itís a 2016. Just turned 23k on it, not an issue. I still have the original tires, good for road but the mesquite will make quick work of them. I put duratracs on, good for the SW.

    I love those inferno orange Tacomaís, very pretty color!

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    Mine is just an old '09 Tacoma. Nothing special.
    The wife's ride is pretty nice though. Here she is. Lexus NX200t.

    Life is a series of bullseyes and backstraps - Ted Nugent

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    fj-40 = the only jap vehicle id have in my driveway. They are just cool. Especially if you ditch the lame 6 and toss a small block chev in them.

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    My 2016 Chevy 3/4 ton Highcountry when new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd Smale View Post
    fj-40 = the only jap vehicle id have in my driveway. They are just cool. Especially if you ditch the lame 6 and toss a small block chev in them.
    Lots of folks have done just that. But,......you will have to change out all the trans/transfer box, rear and front pumpkin gearing to new ratio in order to really use the extra hp of the eight block. The 40 was made for incredible torque at very low rpm with the ratios the manufacturer put in all the power transfer points for a very good reason. 4 wheel, low gear transfer, 1st gear at idle will walk up a 26 degree hill while you walk beside it holding onto the steering wheel. Had mine for 27 years. Custom milled head, custom stelite oversized truck exhaust valves, hardened steel valve seats, chevy valve rotator's installed, custom tuned header, re-jetted carb, upgraded coil, braided water and oil line hoses, and full time hubs. Was punching close to 200 hp when done. Could never use all the hp I got, but low end power was something to behold. Anyone who has ever been down to Rock Point in Mexico and know about the "HILL" just south of Sandy beach can just imagine at midnight cranking it into low range, starting off in second gear, with Duran Duran screaming in the speakers and this machine screeming up that sand hill to the top in less than fifteen seconds....well it was quite a rush to say the least. Just plain something that stays with ya. lol Went wherever and whenever I wanted to, and never left me to walk out......... ever!



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    The 1973 Dodge Dart. It was born a 318 car with factory air, automatic and power disk brakes.

    Sitting next to its big brother at a Year One car show.
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    One of my Dodge Dakota work trucks in the background.
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    Some minor cosmetic pieces on top of a 318 punched out to 340 and built for durability, not buying a new set of rear tires per week or breaking the NOS 727 automatic transmission and left the factory air conditioning as its hot during the summer in Georgia.
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    Custom built subwoofer cabinet in trunk, rear deck had been cut for 6"◊9" speakers in rear so just put best 6"◊9"s I could.
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    The 1973 FLH Shovelhead. A perfect example of if "it doesn't bleed it's not alive" AMF Harley as leave it sitting overnight and will leave an oil stain and has a pan under it in the garage. No sense in tearing down the bottom end of a Shovel if it's running perfect over a minor leaking seal between the crankcase and primary drive.

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    The 1978 FLH custom Restomod built between rifle projects.

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    The 2007 Road king

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    JC huey's posts here take up as much space as they do on falfiles. at least they don't take as long to read.

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BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
C Compressed Charge PR Primer SPCL Soft Point "Core-Lokt"
HP Hollow Point PSPCL Pointed Soft Point "Core Lokt" C.O.L. Cartridge Overall Length
PSP Pointed Soft Point Spz Spitzer Point SBT Spitzer Boat Tail
LRN Lead Round Nose LWC Lead Wad Cutter LSWC Lead Semi Wad Cutter
GC Gas Check