Old's Cool

Badin

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Sweet rig. I do love this dirtbag thread. I have two dirt bag trucks, a 88 4x4 5sp sbsc 4 banger Toyota and a 87 4x4 4sp sbsc straight 6 f150. Toyota has more paint left than ford, so ford has most dirt bag look. Because of size , Toyota is most capable off-road. Both have had a life time of neglect and abuse, but are still dirtbag expedition fishing hunting rigs.
 

devero4

Adventurer
I love this thread. Here's my old 92, 5 speed, 3.slow with a a 10 inch bob and 33's. I truly miss this truck, just not the gas mileage. I now have a 1999 4Runner, which is a great platform to graduate to.

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PoindexterS

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My "Old's cool" t-100

1997 T-100 well loved and maintained by an equally "old's cool" dude. Just thought I would share my oldie but goodie with you others. Cool thread!
White Sands, NM and Immogene Pass, CO last summer. Gearing up for another trip to ColoRADO to wheel the San Juans for a couple of weeks again in July. I can not wait until 10th annual FJ Summit so I can be surrounded by fellow Toyota lovers. Last year was awesome!!!
Bumpers, sliders, bed rails and all costomization built and done by myself. Toytec BJS + AAL, Bilsteins, HD axle shafts front/rear, 2002 4Runner bucket seats, manual hub locks, ADD deleted, Rigid Ind led cubes, on-board air (viair comp and 2 gal tank) for train horns and airing up, plast-dip hood and racing stripe on tailgate (race truck lol), 3m reflective blue stripes in side molding and along edges of plasti-dip (looks awesome at night and keeps plasti-dip edges from rolling up), CB with pa, custom center console, seat heaters, kenwood-fosgate-jl audio-soundstream-kicker system, hella old's cools, led cube reverse wired in and switched on, HID's and all other bulbs led's including blue dash/inst bulbs (even ring around ignition switch), hi-lift jack mounted in bed, 265/75/16 Duratracs on MB wheels, magnaflow perf cat with flow master 40 series single out, and lots and lots of love!
 

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tditoyota

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Here's my 1981 Toyota Pickup with my new Wildernest.

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DJB1

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Funny, I was just talking to a co worker about people described by the OP. People who are servers or bartenders at night and travelers/adventurers by day. I don't know how you guys do it. I have tried to be this type of person during college and not be so worried about money and my future like I am, but, it doesn't work for me. I feel that at my current age of 25 I should be out more and traveling and exploring but I am at a desk for 9-10 hours a day working my tail off hoping to be rich and retired by the time I am 55.

Anyways, hats off to you guys.

Sweet pics btw

You're smart to plan ahead, but my constructive criticism is that you've got a false dichotomy here. It's entirely possible to enjoy the present while simultaneously preparing for the future.
 

ChrisMiller

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My '86 22re xcab acquired this winter from the third owner. 150k, original topper, it was in dire need of maintenance: new t chain, ujoints, tires and SR5 wheels, NWTI plate bumper kit, add-a-leaf, bilsteins, etc. I'm loving this rig, and sleeping in the back every couple weeks on average, exploring fly fishing spots here around Portland, OR.

Chris
 

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snekvasil

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My '86 22re xcab acquired this winter from the third owner. 150k, original topper, it was in dire need of maintenance: new t chain, ujoints, tires and SR5 wheels, NWTI plate bumper kit, add-a-leaf, bilsteins, etc. I'm loving this rig, and sleeping in the back every couple weeks on average, exploring fly fishing spots here around Portland, OR.

Chris

Holy cow, i'm loving this truck. Love everything about it. Got any pics of you on the water fly fishing???
 

borison

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My '86 22re xcab acquired this winter from the third owner. 150k, original topper, it was in dire need of maintenance: new t chain, ujoints, tires and SR5 wheels, NWTI plate bumper kit, add-a-leaf, bilsteins, etc. I'm loving this rig, and sleeping in the back every couple weeks on average, exploring fly fishing spots here around Portland, OR.

Chris

Ssssoooooooo awesome
 

McCool85SR5

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Hello everyone. Just finished with replacing the right rear axle bearing and seals. Here are a few current pics from last week.
 

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