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Old 08-12-2012, 07:16 PM
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2003 Toyota Tundra 3.4l V6 with 5 speed manual. Added a TRD supercharger and headers at 3000 miles. It's now pushing 190k miles. I don't think I'll ever go without a supercharger again.
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I have a black C5 Corvette soon to have 425 hp, a black SS Silverado truck with 450 hp that I landspeed race and hold three records. Both of these automobiles have full power, ac etc. I also have a 69 Indy Pace Car SS Camaro convertible but when I get ready to run to my friends HotRod shop or the parts store or to my Dads I go in my 1937 hotrod Chevy truck with a 38 Ford grille shell, no hood or side panels, chrome streetrod headers that have never been capped, 350/350, polished aluminum intake, red steel wheels with baby moon hubcaps and flames. It makes around 340 hp and weighs 1670 lbs. and she loves to run fast!
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Old 08-27-2012, 07:09 PM
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99 f350 srw usually loaded to the max with tools and pulling my welder or my gooseneck

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I have a 64 Chevelle elcamino for my Hotrod, 34 Plymouth 5 window for my show car, a Kia sorento for my run around car and a Honda odyssey for my family vehicle.
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2003 Toyota Tundra 3.4l V6 with 5 speed manual. Added a TRD supercharger and headers at 3000 miles. It's now pushing 190k miles. I don't think I'll ever go without a supercharger again.
I was tempted to put the charger on my 2008 Tundra to bump it up to 504hp, but had trouble swallowing the $6k+ it would cost and considering it already has 381hp. It's the rare regular cab with 2wd sport model and is kind of a hot rod just stock.



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Old 08-27-2012, 08:21 PM
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My '69 Suburban is my daily driver in the winter, but from May to around October my '46 Austin gets most of the daily driving chores! About 4500 miles this summer so far! Plus a few short jaunts too!



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Right on! Driving an old computer free carborated car is the only way for me from now on!

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Old 08-27-2012, 09:10 PM
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Old 08-27-2012, 09:23 PM
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I have to say, that Cad is one heck of a car!

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Old 08-27-2012, 11:17 PM
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Thanks! That picture wasnt long after the paint correction I did. It's got the usual boltons along with a pretty stealthily cam (580/580 220/226 117lsa). It makes low 400s at the wheels. I may send the heads out this winter and get it up to around 440.
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It's the rare regular cab with 2wd sport model and is kind of a hot rod just stock.
That's one good looking Tundra. "Regular" cab is the only way to go. Anything else is a car with no trunk lid. A real truck doesn't have a back seat.
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Old 08-28-2012, 10:03 PM
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That's one good looking Tundra. "Regular" cab is the only way to go. Anything else is a car with no trunk lid. A real truck doesn't have a back seat.
I agree, it looks awesome. If I had to have a truck I would get one of the 5.7 Tundras and S/C it.
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Old 08-31-2012, 07:27 AM
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Drive these two, depending on wet or dry !!
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Old 08-31-2012, 07:57 AM
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Thanks! That picture wasnt long after the paint correction I did. It's got the usual boltons along with a pretty stealthily cam (580/580 220/226 117lsa). It makes low 400s at the wheels. I may send the heads out this winter and get it up to around 440.
Nice caddy. I always like the cts-v. The new ATS looks freakin awesome!
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My daily driver 99 Toyota Limited 2-WD 676,000 miles.
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