Can I get an idea from you guys what the Puyallup area is like? Just would like to get a feel for cost of living, safety, car-scene, food, anything you feel might be relevant.
I made some progress on my LS430’s to-do list this past month by installing a Bluetooth unit. This is the first car I’ve owned with BT & I never wanna go back to cords.
I recently bought an older GMC Yukon for my dad as a family hauler/road trip car. I had my brother clean it out yesterday and he found a neat little key holder (and 10 year old mints yum).
This thing is a Barcalounger on wheels. Eerily quiet at 75 MPH. Smooth power delivery, but it will take off if you gun it.
To my Secret Senna, Thank You!
A couple days ago my coworker and I started talking about how there aren’t as many enthusiasts as you’d expect working in the automotive field. Be it at the dealership or corporate level.
for wanting to get rid of a perfectly fine and low mileage 4Runner for two potential project cars?
Today’s chariot of choice.
Just got done cleaning my 4Runner for the first time. I don’t think the floor mats have ever been removed.
I’m looking for some camera purchasing advice.
Hey Oppo, so I finally bought a car to replace my RSX. I found a nice 4Runner Sport (not the one pictured but close enough). I’ve got a couple of modifications in mind starting with Bilstein 5100’s.
I know we’ve got a couple of Oppos out on the West Coast.
Ooh yeah, just look at that early 90’s Toyota styling.
I haven’t had a Friday off in ages, I did nothing but eat & look for a new car.
Let’s play NP or CP. Today’s car, a 2004 Tundra (not the one pictured).
I’m feeling a bit sick (a lot actually) today Oppo.
I just had a coworker send me this.
Hello Oppo, I know we’ve got a couple of members who fancy an adult beverage every so often.
Slowly but surely, everyone in my family is going to Toyota products.
I’m strongly considering buying a first gen Tundra after driving my dad’s around for a couple of days. For a truck with 170k miles, it drives way better than I expected.