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flames made lol tho.
And CHICOMIMI, probably the guy in the picture? Take a closer look. He`s leaning on the left side of the car.
wish mine had a " custom bodykit" lol
All the dune bashing cars in the Mid east are Nissan Patrols and Toyota Land Cruisers, simply because they do the business where the American trucks are built to do nothing.
In addition, see Top Gear`s testing of a Toyota Pickup truck, which included setting it on fire, putting it on top of a building while they demolished it, letting it wash out to sea, and smashing it with a wrecking ball if I`m not mistaken. Same truck survived it all, with no replacement parts.
You are so full of poo it is unbelieveable. "Japanese cars don`t last!". They wrecked American automotive industry for a reason. They win on every metric.
The US even had car companies up in arms when they tried to pass a bill telling US manufacturers they had to catch up to where the japs are now with fuel efficiency, in 10 years time. They said it was impossible.
No, we don`t. I have been driving a 1991 Toyota Peseo since the purchase.It has been totaled twice.It still runs on it`s original engine just fine with no part replacements or tweaking.
However, I do admit that the interiors, like the Chevy <Insert model here> or Dodge Anything, are a bit cheap. While the engine remained fine, the interior looked like it was nuked.
Before you call me a Toyota finatic, those japs can never match up to my friend`s 1970 mercedes benz.Last year, with the Mercedes in perfect condition still running on original parts, he hit a guy in a truck who cutting across the highway at at 70mph.The bumper of the Mercedes was bent a little and the trunk made a frown, both fixable with a plunger & hammer.
The Truck caught on fire while looking like a big blade just sliced through the engine.
Fancylady!?? I`m not gonna ask. Anyway, cars were built to last well before that. I had an AP5 Valiant (man. 1965), we decided to cut a hole in the dash for an MP3 player, had to drill it and hacksaw between the holes. Thickness of the dashboard metal? 5 mm steel! That was armour fing plating in my dad`s days. The boot on the damn thing fitted my quad bike in (but the lid wouldn`t shut obviously). I backed into a verandah one day and went "Oh sheet, my car!!", jumped out and ran around to look, and there were about 15 bricks knocked out of the building`s foundation and only a slight scratch on the car.
Ah, the memories.
Of course it only got about 1 mile to the gallon, but you can`t have everything.
Actually Toyotas last way longer than most makes of car.I guess if your age is between 13 and 17 you might not remember when cars were built to last.
and evidently chrome comes in a new color now.
Lol I kinda want it.
That changes everything!