It’s unfortunately a common issue on these cars. Daender knows a guy who has been through 2 of them.
It sounded wonderful.
I honestly find going through Atlanta fun, but my methods may be frowned upon.
Possibly. I’m debating that or the 24 Hours of LeMons.
Yep. I think they look significantly better than similar era Astons.
Chevy is known to not coat their frames.
Eh, I have an extendable leash for my dog, and she is 70lbs of muscle and energy. It does fine when she wants to chase a squirrel or bull.
Eh, we make do with ours for 4 hours of round trip driving. It’s not ideal, but it’s not uncomfortable.
We have it in a Ram, and combined with the 8-speed, it’s my favorite non-diesel in our fleet.
That is the “extended cab”. There is the double cab and the full crew.
Keep in mind, 4Runner’s of that era have a lot of ground clearance(from the bottom of the cab at least) from the factory, so any lift makes that climb significantly worse.
But CrazedClay was a horrific asshole.
That looks a lot like CrazedClay’s.
I’m pretty sure GM went metric in the late 90's.
You have to get a pass, but you still can. I unfortunately never did.
I appreciate it more now that I’ve left, though I don’t miss the weekly forest fires... I mean controlled burns on wind advisory days.
Besides Milton Quality Bakery(best donuts I’ve ever had, and likely will ever have), the hidden gem of the area was the Tastee Freez. They had a country fried burger, topped with white gravy. Incredibly unhealthy, but so satisfying up until the coronary blockage. Their fried pickle chips were the bomb too.
I lived towards the southern end of Garcon Point.