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5.0 Powered Daily Driven Toyota Convertible truck..
« on: Nov 04, 2004, 10:30:44 AM »
I did a quick add up of SOME of the parts and quickly got over 15k

asking $12,500

Reply with any questions..

http://www.rivercityrockcrawlers.com/gallery/MoPower

http://www.rivercityrockcrawlers.com/TechReports/MoPower/mo.htm

Engine/Cooling/Exhaust/Fuel System - HO 302 w/Northern aluminum radiator and spal electric fan, 66' mustang manifolds, mustang in-tank fuel pump in the toy EFI tank Engine has Saginaw steering pump, 180 amp 3G alternator, BBK intake, FlowKooler hi-flow water pump, stainless rad hoses, Competition Cams Timing set, ARP bolts and studs, etc..
Drivetrain/Clutch - NP435/dual 23 spline toy tcases, TLC slave & MC
Suspension - front: wagoneer springs and 9012's, rear: wagoneer and 5012's
Axles/Brakes - Front HP HD 44 w/6 lug outers and lock right, Rear disk 35 spline moser shafted HD D60
Interior - custom dash with autometer gauges. Custom upholstered doors and seats, modified in cab roll cage.
Steering - hi-steer with GM stuff and toy IFS box

This truck has never been trailered and has been to Moab, JV, many many rubicon/fordyce/barrett trips, I got the iron butt award for driving to the Island Rock Crawl event in Canada, etc etc etc..
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WHY :rivers: NOOOOO :nonono:
85 toyta 4runner Soon to be full widths... i hope http://board.marlincrawler.com/index.php?topic=62935.0

90 toyota runner Very sadly gone
http://board.marlincrawler.com/index.php?topic=75563.60

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chances are nobody is gonna pay that for it so what is gonna happen is that I will take all the parts and put them into the Scout I just picked up so I can have a backseat for my two kids. Being presmog is a plus even though my truck has passed twice now with NO problems.. but it's still a pain.

I'll be parting it before March, all but the running gear and drivetrain that is
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HOW MUCH FOR IT WITH OUT THE DRIVE TRAIN?
85 toyta 4runner Soon to be full widths... i hope http://board.marlincrawler.com/index.php?topic=62935.0

90 toyota runner Very sadly gone
http://board.marlincrawler.com/index.php?topic=75563.60

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DONT SELL IT OR I WILL KILL YOU!!!!!!! :cry: :rivers:

Well I know how it goes with expanding families, many people have to give up their rigs for space....
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It will suck to lose the truck that I drive to work today and that I drove to work when I was 15.. (yea, before I had my license) 14 years ago..

Hopefully I can keep my next rig even longer, here it is..

Brandon Miller
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HOW MUCH FOR IT WITH OUT THE DRIVE TRAIN?

I figured I'll probably take the parts I want to use in my new rig and sell the rest for a grand (with two sets of doors, one being inserts, the convertible cab, the flatbed, toolbox, etc etc

If I part it I need to take the parts I want first though, which won't be for a couple months.

A 22r could easily be put back in, the stock mounts are still there. Another 5.0 would also bolt right up. It is 100% smog legal and I just got back from lunch. Musta been some raid thing, I saw 5 cars pulled over, bikes pulled the car in front of me and the one behind me over. I am assuming for registration - but still, they didn't grab me :)

Drives nicely down the highway, heater works great, 8 speaker system, etc etc etc

Something about being able to fly up the pass as fast as I want, drive through the trails to the other end.. and drive home..
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No Brandon :rivers:
1985 Toyota Pick/Up longbed...bobbed 15",  lifted 5", 36's.....http://board.marlincrawler.com/index.php?topic=36992.0

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NICE SCOUT BRANDON - I thought I was the only nut job who drove both scout and toyotas
85 p/u, marlin#208, built 22R on propane, old school longs, 5.29's / detroits, bobbed, chopped, and flopped

 
 
 
 
 

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