11th Jun 2016, 20:55
I own a 1986 Toyota pickup, base model, with 95,000 original miles. It came with nothing. I purchased it new in 1986 for $5850. It needed nothing the first 10 years, then I had to replace the rotors and calipers. In 30 years, I spent $2800 on repairs and part replacement. And it is QUICK. It lays wheels all thru 1st, all thru 2nd, and 'Twerps" going into third. It burns no oil. I once didn't change the oil for 5 years, and never had to add a drop. Only problem is rust. But it is inspected and is my main and only transportation. It never once left me stranded. It has always started.
12th Jun 2016, 15:18
Sounds like you need a sports car. I added a Boroa exhaust, better wheels, even a race interior and pedals on one of my full sizes. In the end it's still a truck. It can lay rubber, but what if someone saw me? I would be embarrassed as it is still a truck.
4th Oct 2017, 14:18
If someone in a $55,000 tank truck saw you lay wheel, they would be jealous... Someone in a Maserati would be baffled why you beat them off the line. My 86 is all stock.
4th Oct 2017, 17:39
What does "lays wheels" mean?
Any old stickshift pickup with an empty bed and bald rear tires can lay rubber. Not hard at all.
4th Oct 2017, 19:09
Would you still be embarrassed if the truck was a 1990 1500 with the SS 454 package?
5th Oct 2017, 13:17
Maybe time to buy the twin turbo Ford 2017 F Series. Love the Boss looking stripe package in white.