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I have Grace 39/50/65, S`naip 35/65/65 and Bahl 35/36/0
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my friend was in an accident with her late 90's Toyota Celica several years ago.
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80's Toyota 4x4 Pickup, Because 80's Toyota 4x4 Pickup.
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I own a new Mazda 3 and an FR-S (Toyota/Scion version of BRZ).
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For example look at a 1970's Dodge vs a 1970's Toyota or Volkswagen.
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My boss had a 90's Toyota van with 440K miles and I thought that was a lot
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If you want indestructible, buy a 90's Toyota or Honda and drive the thing 400k miles on the original drivetrain.
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A seventh gen Toyota Celica GT-S. Now I just need to find one for sale.
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I believe on the newer Toyota trucks/"SUV"s you turn off traction control systems by holding down the brake all the way for a second.
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- Put up trolley wire along the 39's route, and upgrade it to use dual-mode buses, like on the Silver Line.
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Maybe a Toyota Celica (GT-S, if you can find one) or Civic SI coupe would be a better choice?
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A LOT of stuff has changed from a mid 2000's Toyota till now.
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Makes me want to go back, except for the late night car ride through the mountains from a non cab driver and 5 people packed in a late 80's Toyota speeding through blind turns with a fogged up windshield and one headlight.
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Look for a used 2005 Toyota Celica GT-S. Will be well under your budget for a low miles one.
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Another option is an 80's Toyota Hilux, especially the early 80s versions which have solid front axles.
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Any 80's Toyota is a beast.
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I googled around and found a few other early-mid 00's Toyota owners with cats that went up around the 10 year mark but I'm not sure what the cause might be.
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Finished plenty of 39's.
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Look for a decent early 2000's Toyota car.
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Looks good, is moderately fast, and, if you're into the big Japanese Luxury sedans, it looks like an early 2000's Toyota Crown or Infinity M45
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It may operate completely differently to how Porsche, Audi, and Toyota LMP1's drive.
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Early 90's Toyota Tercel.
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90's Toyotas are awesome!
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Looks like a shitty early 90's Toyota truck.
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The early 90's toyota camry with auto trans had a "power" button.
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The only one I have ever liked was the 90's Toyota pickups.
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It's not like in Congo where they're driving 80's Toyota pick ups.
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With smaller, sportier cars on the rise these days (Ford's ST twins, the GT86 from Toyota, Mazda''s new Miata platform, etc) Nissan seems to be really lacking in this area, save for the 370z or 350z offerings, which are arguably poor value when compared to owning something such as an STi or a used Porsche Cayman, what, if anything, does Nissan intend to offer on the horizon?
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Vehicle's that could compete with the Toyota FR-S or other lightweight sports coupes.
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To me, it just looks like the P-39's cockpit from the inside.
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In the 80's Toyota and every other Japanese company were already putting out the best inline motors.
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:D. A new toyota corolla S premium is what I'm looking at.
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:D. A new toyota corolla S premium is what I'm looking at.
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If I was in an 80's Toyota or Nissan i could have been easily seriously injured.
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My friend Tyler that owns the shop was explaining that for some reason the toyota 4.7's and 5.7's sound really good with flowmasters and I little quiet with magnaflow.
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Anything 70's Toyota is perfect to learn on.
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Toyota: Mid 20's middle-class white guy from the suburbs?
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Some examples are the 1LR-GUE engine found on the 2010-2012 Lexus LFA, the 2UR-GSE found in Lexus ISF, the 3S-GTE engine found on the Toyota Celica GT4 and the 2ZZ-GE engine found on the 1999-2006 Toyota Celica GT-S. Name a high performance Toyota engine, Yamaha is involved.
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39 kb/s GOML.
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Not 39 km/s!
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Soon, hopefully very soon depending how much work I can get over the next few weeks, I'm buying a Toyota MR2 GT-S (MR2 Turbo, to the American market).
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Maybe with Toyota bringing 10's of thousands of new workers it will keep going up, along with the new Cowboys facility, etc.
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It's actually TWC MAXX, but yeah, Giganews and Highwinds were always able to max me out when others struggled (around 38-39 MB/S)
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I'm getting a 1996 Toyota MR2 GT-S, forgot to put that in the post
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The car I'm getting is a 1996 Toyota MR2 GT-S.
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39 page(s) analyzed.
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The Subaru BRZ/Scion FR-S/Toyota GT86 has a noise generator as well.
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Hell, I think 39's were almost as popular as 19's.
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29 is no different from 30 except for the significance we give it, just like your 30's are no different from your 29-39's (or in your case 32-39's), but you still assigned it to an arbitrary set of numbers based on the significance you gave them... even though they're just numbers.
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Same body as the early 2000's Toyota Camry.
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