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#2201 71 days ago
Quoted from Bud:

Bought a new pin hauler,

Oh hell yea-that is awesome!

Now we can meet in the middle next summer-Cedar Point, Sandusky Ohio? We are already planning a roller coaster tour for next year.

-If you do fix it up-keep us posted with pics

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#2202 56 days ago

Painted my bus the other day. Spent 9 hours with paint and prep, weather dropped down to 45 degrees shortly after I started painting and started raining 30 minutes after I was done. Of course it was all done outside and no cover to park it under so the paint turned out like caca. But.... it’s not yellow anymore. I may repaint it this spring or summer.

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#2203 54 days ago
Quoted from Bud:

Painted my bus the other day

Wow I think it turned out great! What a difference, I really like the color choice. Gun metal gray gives it that Mad Max vibe as well. If I saw that beast coming up from behind I would get the hell out of the way

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#2204 46 days ago

This is my 1938 Chevy Coupe.

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#2205 28 days ago

Anybody get in on the new Defenders? Loving it so far as the new family truckster.

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#2206 28 days ago

Building this 100 Series back. Got good bones. Like the tail gate.

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#2207 28 days ago
Quoted from EasternBloc:

Anybody get in on the new Defenders? Loving it so far as the new family truckster.

I like them, good combination of the modern lines with classic styling. I really like the classic steel wheel look, it is different.

#2208 28 days ago

It's a great, well-proven 4x4. I love the 90 degree rear. Plenty of storage and height. I hate modern cars with the curves that reduce the vertical height. Modern Range Rovers are a joke in this regard (not all of them admittedly).

#2209 28 days ago
Quoted from phil-lee:

Building this 100 Series back. Got good bones. Like the tail gate.
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Oh hell yeah, that's what my daily driver is. Mine is an '02 Atlantis Blue Mica. I absolutely love the tail gate and side fold back seats. I keep one down for my son whom let's himself in and out the back and the other up for cargo.

#2210 28 days ago
Quoted from EasternBloc:

Anybody get in on the new Defenders? Loving it so far as the new family truckster.
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Sorry, but did they accidentally put all 4 spares on?? Those are hideous!!!

Glad you like it though!!

#2211 28 days ago
Quoted from Roostking:

Sorry, but did they accidentally put all 4 spares on?? Those are hideous!!!
Glad you like it though!!

No, the steel wheel look is very popular with the overloading/off-road crowd.

#2212 27 days ago
Quoted from RyanStl:

No, the steel wheel look is very popular with the overloading/off-road crowd.

Or paying max for min lol. And no, steel wheels are not overly popular with the off roading crowd, at least not here in AZ.

#2213 27 days ago
Quoted from Roostking:

Or paying max for min lol. And no, steel wheels are not overly popular with the off roading crowd, at least not here in AZ.

Steel wheels can take damage and can be cheap where the money can go into the beefy tires instead. I don't want to speak to the Defender owner here, but it's one of those dressing down things. Makes your expensive truck look more rugged. Doug Demuro (Youtuber) explains this as he really wanted steel wheels on his new Defender, but couldn't get them on the trim level he wanted and is considering changing out.

#2214 27 days ago
Quoted from RyanStl:

Oh hell yeah, that's what my daily driver is. Mine is an '02 Atlantis Blue Mica. I absolutely love the tail gate and side fold back seats. I keep one down for my son whom let's himself in and out the back and the other up for cargo.

You are fortunate to own one. I removed the seat behind the driver and the driver side jump seat. I can sleep in it or load a pinball and still seat 4.
Really put a lot of maintenance in this since these pics were taken and removed the running boards.
Getting ready for a set of BF Goodrich KO2 just can't decide on the size.
Love this thing.
Post a pick of that 02

#2215 27 days ago
Quoted from RyanStl:

Steel wheels can take damage and can be cheap where the money can go into the beefy tires instead. I don't want to speak to the Defender owner here, but it's one of those dressing down things. Makes your expensive truck look more rugged. Doug Demuro (Youtuber) explains this as he really wanted steel wheels on his new Defender, but couldn't get them on the trim level he wanted and is considering changing out.

The advantage with the steel wheel is if you hit a rock and bend one you can hammer it back out and do a trail repair, unlike an alloy whick cracks or explodes.
Only the Aussies and South African guys did this and now its rare (except the poor overlanders).
The disadvantage is the weight, they are heavier than alloys.
I tried to find a set of stock steels in the right width for my Landcruiser but its near impossible, I like the "Import" look.

#2216 27 days ago
Quoted from phil-lee:

You are fortunate to own one. I removed the seat behind the driver and the driver side jump seat. I can sleep in it or load a pinball and still seat 4.
Really put a lot of maintenance in this since these pics were taken and removed the running boards.
Getting ready for a set of BF Goodrich KO2 just can't decide on the size.
Love this thing.
Post a pick of that 02

Not picturesque, but here is my hundy parked in the garage.

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#2217 27 days ago
Quoted from Roostking:

steel wheels are not overly popular with the off roading crowd, at least not here in AZ

Steel wheels are a solid choice on-road here in LA with our road quality.

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#2218 27 days ago
Quoted from RyanStl:

Not picturesque, but here is my hundy parked in the garage.
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Looks great man! People who know what these things are appreciate them. May be the most reliable vehicle ever built. A good kind of boring.

#2219 27 days ago
Quoted from phil-lee:

People who know what these things are appreciate them

They literally were engineered to do 300,000+ miles with little to no maintenance.(Only a water pump/Timing Belt and Oil)

A modern indestructible tank if you will

*Do not change out those steel wheels-they look awesome! Function over fashion-reminds me of some of the guys who buy an $80,000 Denali-put a 6" lift on it, and then put designer alloy oversized rims that eliminate the functionality of taking it off-road.

#2220 26 days ago

Until recently our police vehicles here all were specified with "AAA grade steel rims". Same as a stocky that you'd put hub caps on, except manufactured by R.O.H. (Holdens wheel O.E.M.) at like 10x finer tolerance than standard stockies (I believe it was just QC based, so the "truest" of all tested rims would go to the police lots). Rated for speeds in excess of 200kmh (>130mph). No full hubcaps

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They listed these as a requirement for durability in driving over curbs or terrain, high speeds, and retaining functionality after rough treatment. They may buckle, but with the same treatment an alloy would more likely crack and deflate or explode/fly off altogether, which renders the whole unit non functional. I'm sure many US police departments followed the same philosophy.

They only ceased the requirement once steel wheels were all but phased out (cheese cutter 80kmh spare wheels WTF?) and no longer being manufactured to their higher standard anyway, and alloys became a little more durable than they were (still not as robust in remaining functional though). Also GM and our retard govt. shafted Holden (starting from over a decade ago), and that was the beginning of the end for homegrown cop cars anyway.

Sought after items, and rare, Police Spec Commodore Stockies. They are Super Smooooth as long as they're still straight.

My general transport is a 2000 VT Commodore Ex patrol car. Goes like a cut snake for a 3.8L V6 Buick donk. Chips, trick trans and massive throttle body (>4") still fitted/intact as from factory manufacture. It's Great!!

520,000 km on the clock, purrs like a kitten, Lukey exhaust Roars like a Lion when you Dump It!

#2221 26 days ago
Quoted from EasternBloc:

Steel wheels are a solid choice on-road here in LA with our road quality.[quoted image]

Wow man that road is shockin'!! Lol

I thought we had neglected roads full of patches and stuff.... or unsealed, but nope, I think we're good looking at that pic! .

This time of year love it, early work commute, well more like trip really. Sun rises early enough that it's still quiet on the road (05:15) but dawn/daylight so without roos lurking on the shoulder that late. Drive to work is 20miles of secluded straightish good nik black top. Tuesday was a nice run, seen one other car (a farmers ute), dollar ten the whole way! (mph)

This has prompted me to plan on taking a road pic! Lol

#2222 26 days ago
Quoted from EasternBloc:

Anybody get in on the new Defenders? Loving it so far as the new family truckster.
[quoted image]

Hello.
Funny....just as I was posting, the new defender commercial came on.

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#2223 26 days ago
Quoted from pinmister:

They literally were engineered to do 300,000+ miles with little to no maintenance.(Only a water pump/Timing Belt and Oil)

My Service guy has 420k on his, his Brother has 760K. The Toyota 4.7 v-8 has reached a million miles in several Tundras. Of course the only bad thing about Landcruisers is gas mileage. My best is 17.6 after removing the weight of the seats,running,boards and engine cover.
Would love to have one of the diesels, you can now import 1990 and older diesels. Still exploring a diesel conversion but it would push 12000 bucks to do so.
That would buy a lot of gas for a drivetrain that still operates perfectly.

#2224 26 days ago
Quoted from gliebig:

Hello.
Funny....just as I was posting, the new defender commercial came on.[quoted image][quoted image]

Doug Demuro would be proud of this post

#2225 24 days ago

‘06 100 series

‘13 e63s (“s” this year was just performance package but not awd) otherwise loaded with lots of goodies.

Enjoy your cars

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#2226 19 days ago

So I did something kinda dumb the other day. The windshield wiper fluid on my newer Tacoma went dry and no longer sprayed anything? I was like ok I guess it is out-I will go to the store and buy some more windshield fluid. I then opened up the hood only to see the windshield wiper department was full? So I then took it to Toyota to see if a line was pinched or something? The guys at lube station scratched their heads as well trying to figure out why it was not spraying? They said we need to make a service appointment for this one. I then came back another day & dropped it off for four hours only to get a phone call saying 'Your all fixed up-your windshield wiper reservoir was bone dry and we just had to fill it up.' I guess the blue dye they use for windshield wiper fluid had stained the inside of the clear reservoir thus-making it look full.
Felt pretty stupid that day

#2227 19 days ago
Quoted from RyanStl:

Not picturesque, but here is my hundy parked in the garage.
[quoted image]

I’ve got the same color 1999 and have friends willing to go Mano A Mano with my choice of weapons for the chance to buy it.
Sorry but she’s NOT for sale!
The wheel well trim was listed as a southern region only option. I’ve never seen another one that had it.
The Brass Rail is a few Miles away from the Allentown Pinball show.
Highly recommended!

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#2228 19 days ago
Quoted from phil-lee:

Building this 100 Series back. Got good bones. Like the tail gate.
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The tail gate is a great feature!
What year is yours?

#2229 19 days ago

Summer car 1995 993
Race car 2011 cayman s
Daily 2017 cayenne gts

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#2230 19 days ago
Quoted from ultimategameroom:

The tail gate is a great feature!
What year is yours?

1998. One owner, never towed with it, no rust. Has rear and center locks. Had 182K on it when I bought it. Couldn't find verification the timing belt had been changed so drove it straight to the Dealer. The Mechanic came out and showed me a paper-thin timing belt, said these things need to be changed every 95K so this one got double life.
So far had everything mechanical done, new tires should do it.
Help me decide on tires. Going with BF Goodrich K02. The original 275 are 60 dollars more than any other 16, they are phasing them out. So 265-75 are taller but narrower or 285 look cool but are worse on gas mileage.
Yours looks really nice and fresh!

#2231 17 days ago
Quoted from phil-lee:

1998. One owner, never towed with it, no rust. Has rear and center locks. Had 182K on it when I bought it. Couldn't find verification the timing belt had been changed so drove it straight to the Dealer. The Mechanic came out and showed me a paper-thin timing belt, said these things need to be changed every 95K so this one got double life.
So far had everything mechanical done, new tires should do it.
Help me decide on tires. Going with BF Goodrich K02. The original 275 are 60 dollars more than any other 16, they are phasing them out. So 265-75 are taller but narrower or 285 look cool but are worse on gas mileage.
Yours looks really nice and fresh!

Thank you!

New from the dealer it came with Dunlop desert dueler tires. I had almost 75 k on them which I thought was excellent. When I went to replace them a few years ago they were discontinued so I went with the Michelin’s. I’d only go with the 285’s if you venture into the sand.
Good luck with yours!
Land Cruisers are great vehicles.
I see quite a few from the 1980’s-1990’s in my area.
Just read yesterday that 2021 is the last year for the Cruiser in the US.

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#2232 17 days ago
Quoted from gliebig:

Hello.
Funny....just as I was posting, the new defender commercial came on.[quoted image][quoted image]

That was one of my favorite vehicles and wanted to get one. Then someone told me what its like to drive on a hwy. You get into top gear and thats it? Just humms along and stays that way with no excitement. Like driving a school bus.

#2233 15 days ago

Our new to us daily driver
09 WRX STI. 2.0 JDM spec ej207 twin scroll, 6 speed manual
I've always liked the shape of the version 10s, and have wanted one since I saw one in person

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#2234 15 days ago
Quoted from FuryosJustin:

Our new to us daily driver
09 WRX STI. 2.0 JDM spec ej207 twin scroll
I've always liked the shape of the version 10s, and have wanted one since I saw one in person
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I've always loved the tear drop shape of this era.

#2235 15 days ago
Quoted from FuryosJustin:

Our new to us daily driver
09 WRX STI. 2.0 JDM spec ej207 twin scroll, 6 speed manual
I've always liked the shape of the version 10s, and have wanted one since I saw one in person
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And stubbie in the console!?! Lol

#2236 15 days ago
Quoted from razorsedge:

And stubbie in the console!?! Lol

Bit of a tradition when we pick up a car... go get some drive thru KFC and a cold beer.

#2237 15 days ago
Quoted from FuryosJustin:

I've always liked the shape of the version 10s

I have always loved the hatchbacks and at one time there was a rumor they were going to re-introduce, sadly I think the rumor faded away.

Love my STI-funnest car I have ever owned.

Saw the beer and thought-wow they are pretty relaxed down south-I also thought-maybe it is Rootbeer?

Weird seeing the steering wheel on opposite side than what we drive. Trying to imagine how it would feel to be on the right side?

Also may check out COBB for some accessories? I love my COBB shifter knob, and COBB accessport for tuning your factory maps,etc.

https://www.cobbtuning.com/landingpage/subaru/

Welcome to the Subie Club!

#2238 15 days ago

Got this Toyota Yaris GRMN new in 2018, goes like shit off a shovel. 1.8 supercharged by lotus with sports suspension and only 400 made, only 80 in UK.
0-60 5.9secs.
1/4 14.1secs.
145mph restricted.
Surprised a few drivers with this go faster stripes car
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#2239 15 days ago
Quoted from Lostcause:

goes like shit of a shovel

I bet it turns corners like it is on rails

Looks like it would be a super fun driver

#2240 15 days ago
Quoted from pinmister:

I bet it turns corners like it is on rails
Looks like it would be a super fun driver

Very fun little car, sounds like a super bike when it screams off. Lovely noise.
Stiff suspension so yeah like on rails, designed for the track really. Roads need to be nice and luckily they are here but when I was in London you are just dodging pot holes, no fun

#2241 15 days ago
Quoted from Lostcause:

I was in London you are just dodging pot holes, no fun

Advantages and disadvantages of having a low profile car. I hit a pothole the other day and the entire car shook-think it hit the frame? You really do feel those pot holes.

Took my daughter out for some BOBO Tea? or whatever you call it? Going thru drive thru and just as I was exiting I hear a loud QUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUREEEEEEE. What was it? It was my rear rim being mangled by the curb. Luckily I found a local guy who was able to fix it and it looks like new again.

#2242 15 days ago
Quoted from pinmister:

Advantages and disadvantages of having a low profile car. I hit a pothole the other day and the entire car shook-think it hit the frame? You really do feel those pot holes.
Took my daughter out for some BOBO Tea? or whatever you call it? Going thru drive thru and just as I was exiting I hear a loud QUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUREEEEEEE. What was it? It was my rear rim being mangled by the curb. Luckily I found a local guy who was able to fix it and it looks like new again.

Yes that’s what worries me, the rims are custom forged alloy and I kid you not £2k each from Toyota
We only found out the price of spares after they came out, crazy prices. Supercharger is near £10k, some other crazy prices that I can’t remember.
Problem with a very limited run and custom parts but Jesus I was pissed. I drive carefully

#2243 15 days ago
Quoted from pinmister:

I have always loved the hatchbacks and at one time there was a rumor they were going to re-introduce, sadly I think the rumor faded away.
Love my STI-funnest car I have ever owned.
Saw the beer and thought-wow they are pretty relaxed down south-I also thought-maybe it is Rootbeer?
Weird seeing the steering wheel on opposite side than what we drive. Trying to imagine how it would feel to be on the right side?
Also may check out COBB for some accessories? I love my COBB shifter knob, and COBB accessport for tuning your factory maps,etc.
https://www.cobbtuning.com/landingpage/subaru/
Welcome to the Subie Club!

Thanks, I've had a few scooby's before. This is my first Impreza, but I've had a few Legacy's(not sure what they called on usa, but the mid sized saloon) including a twin turbo r.s. and a 3.0r spec b, but neither come close to how the sti drives. Still in the honeymoon phase, but that boost is a rush when it hits. The best thing about right hand drive is being able to get the cool JDM models in

#2244 15 days ago

I was just watching a review by fifth gear on that yaris, world's most powerful 3 cylinder engine!

#2245 15 days ago
Quoted from FuryosJustin:

I was just watching a review by fifth gear on that yaris, world's most powerful 3 cylinder engine!

No, that’s the new one. 1.6 turbo 4x4 250ish bhp. Plus they need to sell/make 25,000 of those as the new WRC rally car is based from it.
Mine is 1.8 4 pot supercharged 215bhp front wheel drive and sounds a lot better, that one is a bit quicker though.

#2246 15 days ago

Everything I ever wanted in a toy car. Time passes by so quickly - hard to believe 9 years old already. The current sixth gen are faster, but I think this one is a better looker with the fat ass.

2012 Camaro SS Convertible Pre Production Media Car - 6.2L / Auto / 1LE Rims/ 275/40R20 315/35R20 / RPI Front Splash Guards / GM ZL1 Rear Splash Guards / Lovemycar Windscreen / DRL Fog Light Mod / Black Bow ties / CAI Cold Air Intake

Allgood

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#2247 15 days ago
Quoted from ultimategameroom:

I’ve got the same color 1999 and have friends willing to go Mano A Mano with my choice of weapons for the chance to buy it.
Sorry but she’s NOT for sale!
The wheel well trim was listed as a southern region only option. I’ve never seen another one that had it.
The Brass Rail is a few Miles away from the Allentown Pinball show.
Highly recommended!
[quoted image][quoted image]

Nice, we need a club.

#2248 15 days ago
Quoted from baltistyle:

‘06 100 series
‘13 e63s (“s” this year was just performance package but not awd) otherwise loaded with lots of goodies.
Enjoy your cars
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I almost got a River Rock Green Mica LX470 Hundy before I came across my Atlantis Blue Mica TLC. You're in the club.

#2249 15 days ago
Quoted from ultimategameroom:

Thank you!
New from the dealer it came with Dunlop desert dueler tires. I had almost 75 k on them which I thought was excellent. When I went to replace them a few years ago they were discontinued so I went with the Michelin’s. I’d only go with the 285’s if you venture into the sand.
Good luck with yours!
Land Cruisers are great vehicles.
I see quite a few from the 1980’s-1990’s in my area.
Just read yesterday that 2021 is the last year for the Cruiser in the US. [quoted image][quoted image]

Appreciate the feedback Ultimate. 285's look beefy, max size a non-lifted 100 Series can take without rubbing. They really fill the wheel well...but,
Heavier/ lower gas mileage. Speedometer a little off. Shocks need to be new on the front.
265- 75 seem to be a good replacement, a little taller, slightly narrower the the OEM 275.
I'm at the point I will make a decision when I get there to put them on,
265= Practical
275= Being phased out and expensive. The only tire size recommended by Toyota for the vehicle.
285- Looks great on a lifted vehicle, a little much on a stock one but the damn traction difference is huge when using Bf Goodrich Ko2 or KM3.

#2250 15 days ago
Quoted from phil-lee:

Appreciate the feedback Ultimate. 285's look beefy, max size a non-lifted 100 Series can take without rubbing. They really fill the wheel well...but,
Heavier/ lower gas mileage. Speedometer a little off. Shocks need to be new on the front.
265- 75 seem to be a good replacement, a little taller, slightly narrower the the OEM 275.
I'm at the point I will make a decision when I get there to put them on,
265= Practical
275= Being phased out and expensive. The only tire size recommended by Toyota for the vehicle.
285- Looks great on a lifted vehicle, a little much on a stock one but the damn traction difference is huge when using Bf Goodrich Ko2 or KM3.

Please post a pic once you replace them. I see two cruisers locally that are lifted. Both look like 3.5-4”. I’m sure they are great in the snow and mud but I live in the burbs and drive a decent amount on the highway. If I lived in the mountains or near the desert I’d probably go for it but just not practical.
Almost forgot I’m the max height (including the roof rack)that fits in most downtown parking garages. Gotta peek thru the sunroof in some at the low points to make sure the roof rack doesn’t get damaged!

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