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Old 07-23-2008, 01:05 PM   #1
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1984 Toyota Turbo Street Legal Crawler (CA)

1984 Toyota Pickup Extra Cab

New 22RTE under warranty from Orient Engines (maybe 4k on it).
New CT-20 turbo from DOA Racing.
Intercooler from Ford Thunderbird
Ram Air on hood over intercooler
RF151 Tranny (from Marlin Crawler, lower first gear than common RF150)
Dual Transfer Cases, Marlin Ultimate Crawl Box (2.28 front, 4.7 rear)

Front Axle: Trussed with ARB and 5.29's, installed by Marlin
RS5000's
All Pro Crossover Steering

Rear Axle: From an IFS truck with ARB and 5.29's, installed by Marlin
RS9000's
Alcan Springs

35" Goodyear MTR's with 98% tread (Bought in June, 1 Moab trip on them) on aluminum rims
Brand new spare, BFG MT on custom mount

Other stuff:

Armor:
All Pro front bumper with Warn 9K and 2 KC's.
All Pro rocksliders
All Pro Transfer Skid
All Pro rear wraparound bumper
All Pro front and rear diff skids

Interior:
In-cab roll cage by Four X Doctor
Full gauges
Boost/vacuum and air/fuel gauges on A-pillar
Clinometer (factory)
Working A/C
CD Stereo with 4 speakers, amp and 10" kicker
CB
Tilt column, adj. wiper delay
Factory clock (WOO-HOO!)

Bed:
Bed mounted roll bar with custom Hi-Lift mount
Detonator ammo can (Large one) mounted under roll
bar, holds tools and fluids
Custom Spare tire mount between wheelwell and tailgate
Locking storage can between wheelwell and tailgate
Quick Air II mounted in bed

Misc:
New Optima Redtop
MSD Ignition
Spare axles (front)
Extra hood and fenders
Extra power doors (original plan was to make half doors out of current doors,
mount full power doors)
Extra parts, lights, etc.
Extra ECU.

Problems:
Dash lights do not work, no impact, no idea
Cannot transmit on CB with stereo on
Electrical short slowly (5-7 days) drains battery,
but has been band-aided by removing a circuit
breaker when parked for more than a day or two.

Drove truck to Moab from 29 Palms in June, wheeled Moab and drove it home. No issues.
Truck is not a beauty queen, though just like a Glock, beauty is in the performance of
the equipment. On the drive to/from Moab, I averaged 18 MPG.

Did I mention the A/C blows ice cold?

Asking $12,000. If you are interested, please email me at compshooter@netscape.net.

Truck is in Twentynine Palms, Ca.
















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She needs a new home.....

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Old 09-11-2008, 06:14 PM   #3
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She's aching to take some new owner out on the trails......
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Old 10-20-2008, 02:39 PM   #4
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I know someone out there can really use this truck.....
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