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Old 03-27-2012, 09:38 PM
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98 toyota 4runner
5" lift kit, 33" tires, magnaflow muff, matt built roofrack and nerf steps
took new some pics today

its not my daily driver
but.. I drive it every day
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What's your daily driver

Matt, I was going to ask how many thousand gallons per mile you get but I don't know if that is gas or milk or chicken feed so nice ride?!!!

Garell
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The gas sipper and the gas hog.

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Crosbreed them and call it a Crossfire,waite !!! Chevy tried that and it was a flop.What about somthing German, Pukesvagen?
Hey, it's 3:00am I tryed.

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07 KW 600, otr mostly but hopefully will be transfering to ltl shortly so I can be home more.
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Here's hoping your plans workout,

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took new some pics today

its not my daily driver
but.. I drive it every day
That is just cool powerful, I like big trucks fun to watch the unusual stuff run down the high way. Tankers always look like they weigh tons, not much more then a bump when running over the cages LOL ....
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Thanks Garrell, just interviewed and it went well!
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I had a 98 Ford F150 which I sold a month ago. Because I live in CA and the gas is $4.40 for regular, I had no option but to sell my beloved truck. Thanks to high gas prices, I'm driving a 2010 Toyota Matrix : I sure miss the 8 cylinder power compared to a 1.8L 4 banger, but I do like the 32 mpg I'm getting. Makes me appreciate my hotrods more..
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Wow, did I guess wrong. When I saw the 57210 as a part of your username I assumed that stood for five 1972 s10's,,,,not! I am a truck man also.

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Wow, did I guess wrong. When I saw the 57210 as a part of your username I assumed that stood for five 1972 s10's,,,,not! I am a truck man also.

Garrell

Nope - one of my rides is a '57 Chev 210 ht That one is not a dd - in fact, until I "de-digitate" and get my shop usable again, its sorta off the road with a very fragile rear end that I do not dare drive or it'll break!

Gotta get shop ready so I can get back on it and change out the rear. Want a 9 inch with 3:75s and Torsen gears

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Matt, I was going to ask how many thousand gallons per mile you get but I don't know if that is gas or milk or chicken feed so nice ride?!!!

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With a placard of "3257 HOT" on front bumper - its is asphalt
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I thought as much, I knew there was no such thing as a 72 s10. I am also a 57 Chevy fan owned three Belairs, one 2 dr. hdtp, one 2 dr. sedn. and a beautiful, black, 150 2 dr. sedn. with a built 327 and 4-speed that I dragraced regularly. I'm dating myself with that engine/trans. combination, I can hear you young hotrodders asking "what is a four speed".

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