1986 Toyota 4runner on 2040-parts.com
Sonora, California, US
1986 4Runner. Good start to a project. Runs excellent, has rebuilt motor with about 25,000 on it & new cylinder was with less than 500miles. Body has 320,000 on it. A/C compressor missing. Body in good shape for its age, has different fender & door on driver side from hitting a deer. Interior is as shown in the pics. Runs & drives great, will come with the aluminum wheels, not the steel ones.
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Tue, 26 Jun 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Nissan has been ferrying Londoners and tourists round the capital in the Nissan LEAF EV free of charge as part of its ‘Big Turn On’ campaign. Yesterday we reported that a Nissan LEAF was going to go backwards up the hillcimb at Goodwood in a bid for a reversing speed record, and to draw attention to the LEAF’s strengths as part of Nissan’s ‘Big Turn On’ campaign. We’re not too sure how being able to go backwards as quickly as you can forwards in a LEAF is a big selling point, but Nissan’s stunt in London this week is far more relevant – they’ve been offering fee taxi rides in the electric LEAF to tourists and Londoners alike.
Thu, 21 Feb 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Straight from the deepest depths of “why didn't we think of that?” comes this excellent application of American ingenuity and can-do spirit, a 1987 Chrysler Town and Country station wagon with the “motor, transmission, suspension, brakes and everything little in between” from a 2005 Dodge Neon SRT-4. It's maroogundy, it's got faux-woodgrain, the brothel-spec interior, and the builder did a pretty decent job of maintaining a stock appearance both inside and out. It even has period-correct pedals and steering wheel.
Thu, 22 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700
AS MANY as 11 out of 20 young people in the 18-24 age bracket admit to not knowing how to change a car tyre, according to a new survey. The data, released by IntelligentCarLeasing.com, will stoke the flames of animosity among older drivers by indicating that the majority of young drivers are operating without basic practical motoring skills. Young men are more confident that they know how to install a spare, with 57.1% claimed they could do so.