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post #121 of 367 Old 06-22-2007, 10:42 PM
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Realistic Dream car: Supra TT, IS350, G37, 350Z
Reason I bought a Toyota Truck: Hand me down from my Dad when I turned 16. Although I had my eye on it since he bought it new when I was 13 These things are built like tanks!
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Intended Career: never really had one
Hobbies: following atl sports teams/home imprv projects
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Realistic Dream car: 300z 350z
Reason I bought a Toyota Truck: cheap garbage hauler

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post #124 of 367 Old 06-27-2007, 08:27 PM
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Intended Carrer: Getting two degrees first Mechanical Engineering with minor in Renewable Energy Systems, second in Manufacturing Engineering
Hobbies: My golden retriever, my future wife, whitewater rafting, pool, working on cars, shooting, camping, hiking, future autocross
Music: Rock new old it's all good I also like pretty much everything except country and enya
Realistic Dream Car: Toyota Supra twin turbo 6spd, Mr2 turbo, Celica All-trac and my truck (I will own all at once)
Reason I bought my Toyota Truck: Actually got it free from my dad who bought it new in 93. I've kept it because it's my first vehicle (have another dd) and as many cars as I've driven none are as fun as my little truck.
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post #125 of 367 Old 07-10-2007, 09:51 PM
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Intended Carrer: Visual effects artist
Hobbies: Tournament paintball, Supras, firearms
Music: A little of everything but mainly rock
Realistic Dream Car: White 6sp Supra made for highway pulls.
Reason I bought my Toyota Truck: I had a 2000 Celica and I was just getting tired of it because I always wanted to keeping it clean. Now that I'm in college I don't have time for that so I wanted to get a 4x4 truck. Along with staying in the Yota family.
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I am Pat , 34 years old,I own a toyota extracab drop 1990 this is my first drop toy.
I work as a splicer for Expertech Bell Canada and I am on the disaster team so I did experience Katrina relief probably the best experience of my life so far

I am from Quebec city Canada
this is the 15 th toy truck that i have own and trying to make it work last night on the road test my supercharge did grip so I dont know yet what i will do with that .

I like fourwheeling ,hotrod, ,minitruckin etc

my msn is goaffer@hotmail.com
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post #127 of 367 Old 07-27-2007, 07:51 PM
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Since I just joined here I'd better jump in and drop my info...

Age: 43
Current Occupation: Train Dispatcher for Union Pacific Railroad
Intended Career: Probably gonna ride out the Dispatcher thing so long as RR retirement is still around.
Hobbies: Can't afford any right now! Goofing with cars...
Music: Just about anything but Rap... can't get there from where I am.
Realistic Dream car: Damn, you had to put 'realistic' in it. Probably build up a 70-73 Camaro some day. Or maybe a huge domestic convertible.
Reason I bought a Toyota Truck: Actually, my brother in law died, and we were able to slide in a pick up the payments from her mom. That was years ago... Listen up kids... Steroids are bad! You could die!

Actually my main fun ride is a 90 miata with a Sebring Supercharger kit (Jackson Racing later took it over) The little car will run a 14.77 1/4 mile and is gangs of fun. I joined here hoping to find answers whenever I get curious about the 91 Toyota 5 speed... more power, repairs, whatever comes up. Basically the 91 Toyota is my 'drive to work/dead reliable ride'... plus it doesn't burn premium like the Miata does now! My other ride is a 2003 Suburban, since my 99 Suburban recently got totalled.

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post #128 of 367 Old 07-28-2007, 02:33 AM
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Ha, my dad's an engineer for UP. He drove his '89 pickup to work every time until he sold it last November.

'07 Hyundai Elantra

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post #129 of 367 Old 07-28-2007, 08:05 PM
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Ha, my dad's an engineer for UP. He drove his '89 pickup to work every time until he sold it last November.
I was gonna do the rail road. Im a rail enthusiast. ill tell you, it may be hard work, but the pay is good! Plus, who doesn't like having three or four units each with H.P. ratings above the 4k mark coupled together and at your control? POWER!

Nice choice on an elantra by the way. we got the limited in the dark gray with gray leather. 5 speed

'05 Camry SE. Fwd/I4/5spd. Super white with black leather interior. My personal limo

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post #130 of 367 Old 07-29-2007, 12:37 AM
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Yup, now my dad's qualified on DPU remotes, so now he can have even more engines.

I picked up my Elantra 2 weeks ago, and it's a gray GLS w/ premium package and the 5speed, of which there were only 2 left in SoCal, so I had to go pretty far to get it. Come to think of it, I used my dad's railroad discount and was out the door with taxes and all $1500 below MSRP. I'll tell ya, 33MPG on regular gas sure beats 19!!.

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post #131 of 367 Old 07-29-2007, 12:57 AM
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Current Occupation: 4th year Mechanical Engineering student. I'm doing a co-op right now at a place that makes hard drive parts in Sioux Falls, SD. Got 2 semesters left till I get my degree.
Intended Carrer: Hopefully something dealing with the engine aspect of M.E. but basically anything that doesn't get me sucked into a cubicle will suffice. I may go and get a Physics degree too.
Hobbies: snowboarding, baseball, football, listening to music, hanging out with my buddies, and learning more shit about my truck and vehicles in general.
Music: Lots of different things. Weezer, White Stripes, System of a Down, Finger Eleven, Red Hot Chili Peppers... stuff like that and a lot more.
Realistic Dream Car: I got my dream truck (95 3VZE 5spd) but I'd take a mini just so I could rod the piss out of it .
Reason I bought my Toyota Truck: The first reason was to get a truck that was reliable and could get around in the winter. Then I always wanted one of the older Toyota trucks so I started looking around and got lucky. I thought gas milage would be better but what I'm getting makes sense so I'll deal with it.
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post #132 of 367 Old 09-21-2007, 09:20 AM
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Reason I Bought a Toyota: Toughest thing on planet earth, Except maybe a Chrome Molly anvil!!!

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Aright, I'll throw in my info...

Age: 34
Current Occupation: Graphic designer / Web Guy
Intended Career: What I'm doing
Hobbies: Computers, rowing, offroading, eatin and playing with my 2 yr old son
Music: Rock, Commitments style rythm and blues, classical
Dream Car: 92-95 RX7 twin turbo ( i have a first generation one now)
Reason I Bought a Toyota: Always wanted one of this era....and its a tough truck..and better on gas than my old ford

91 ext cab,3.0 5 speed, headers, k&n intake, crane coil, borla exhaust, 4" suspension, 3" inch body, 35" Kuhmos, Detroit EZ lockers front and rear, champion 9500 winch, bushwacker flares..It gets me through the winter

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Intended Carrer: I will begin in engineering in URI hopefully next fall, but if that dosen't excite my brain, ill go into phys.ed. teaching, or graphic design?
Hobbies: snowboarding, trucks, speeding, wheeling, skateboarding, hanging with my girlfriend, hanging with my buddies, bud light, drawing, making things from nothing...
Music: anything... reggae, rap, rock, metal, COUNTRY, hip-hop, dance, alt, ... etc...
Realistic Dream Car: anything that i make myself and do all the work on.
Reason I bought my Toyota Truck: its in my blood and now in there for good


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