I get around on my magic carpet. Its cheap and does not require any gas. I highly recommend one.
That is true Fuzzyfuzzywolly said:I get around on my magic carpet. Its cheap and does not require any gas. I highly recommend one.
Nice vehicle you have there, Mav. I like the removable "top" so to say.Posted by mav3r1ck on Today at 3:42pm
I have a 1988 Toyota 4Runner.
Thats awesome! My dad is trying to lean me away from cars and more towards a truck because I can get our ATVs and dirtbikes to our 155 acres of land. I want something that isn't too heavy, and that gets good gas milage, while still having a little lift and fun inmav3r1ck said:Thanks! It's awesome for the summer. Just roll the top up and the windows down and there is no need for A/C! She'll climb any hill I put her on as well.
Nice set up you have there, I was looking at a top like that for my 1980 Scout II terra back when I had the funds to work on it more. These days I'm sticking to my 99' Subaru forester, mainly for gas with the price of diesel and what not (yes the IH is a diesel). That and the Subi just won't die. (its almost 50k over when the mechanics said it would die and I should replace the transmission, wasn't worth the 5k on a car only worth about 3.5k).mav3r1ck said:I have a 1988 Toyota 4Runner.
I was wondering about your gears and all. Still not too bad on gas compared to a larger truck. The looks completely make up for it in my opinion.mav3r1ck said:Thanks Wesley! Mine is in great shape! The previous owner rebuilt almost everything. The motor only has about 50,000 miles on it, and the interior is completely redone.
I cannot say it gets the best gas mileage though. I have lower gears and bigger tires on it for off road, so at best I get 20 highway, but around town 16 in the summer if I use the A/C, and 18 the rest of the year.
Well I mainly need to just so I can wax it again! Then it should be good for the summer! hahamav3r1ck said:No need to wash! 4Runners are meant to be dirty!!!