21 in 9 days!
Mechanic/Professional at injuring my back
Chassis Fabbing, intricate interior work, flawless paint.. something you can take time and pride in doing and still make enough to live without massive concern. I don't want to end up like all my mechanic bosses: worn down from years of doing this stuff
Skateboarding, snowboarding, wakeboarding (etc), guitar, this forum, tinkering, anything
, and doing EVERYTHING on my pickup
we listen to classical at work when the old guy tires of our "noise"(classic rock), and even the occasional country and mainstream rap.. everything is good in healthy doses
Realistic Dream car:
1989 Toyota 22RET(swap my longblock and computer, build a sleeper) mated a 6spd supra tranny with 2.89 rear end for awesome mileage with mild bodywork and stellar interior--now watch it happen!
2nd.. maybe a 1968 cougar xr-7 in olive with bullet rims.
Reason I bought a Toyota Truck:
Because I was trying to get my license. Then I learned to drive it.. love. Ahaha. I have to admit though. It looked hideous on 15inch rims with tiny sidewall.. and I too love the lines. Awesome looking truck. and after going through 20+ cars, it was the only one that did it's duty all the time, every time. Now I just collect Toyotas for their reliability and economy, and superior styling.
89 toyota 22r - my baby, the popo's have her now
86.5 supra - waiting for shop space to 2jz swap
91 4Runner - 3.4 swapped automatic, BJ spacers, lift springs
67 C10 - LS1 twin turbo swapped