theplasticone
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theplasticone
Apr 27
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I’m sure they’ll still be somewhat available. I usually see them as fleet trucks.

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Apr 27
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(Shrugs in stubby factory F-150 - granted it’s a 6.5' bed)

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Jan 30
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Lookin’ like a S N A C C W O O D.

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Jan 29
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Mass Holes are super delicious and fluffy!

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Dec 24
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I wonder what they had to do to convince him to get on board. He’s famously had Alec Guiness-level disdain for the franchise.

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Dec 17
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Hon hon? Non non.

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Dec 5
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They should re-brand as a defense contractor. (Remember the truck full of airbags that blew up a little old lady?)

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Nov 26
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I’m not surprised the epoxy held up (am a professional resin caster). The only thing I’d be worried about is balancing that thing.

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Nov 22
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Of course - you don’t need your junk. You need MINE. So make room!

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Nov 20
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Also, is that galvanized? The hints of yellow along the cut are concerning and you should not be cutting it with a torch.

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Nov 20
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Sucka, please, I have to use the Riverway on a regular basis.

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Nov 20
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I live in the city (JP). It takes me just as long to drive to my job a mile and a half away (Roxbury) as it does to take the T (local transit). I walk it sometimes. But lucky me, my second job is outside the city so I’m always going against traffic, though it takes me a while to fight my way out from the geographic Read more

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Sep 3 2019
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Toybloata!

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Sep 3 2019
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covfefe”

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Aug 28 2019
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Start an Instagram. Document it. Monetize. Read more

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May 23 2019
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Overlanders are seen as the ricers of the New Tens. This is some full circle shit right here.

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May 18 2019
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This is only Euro-market Navaras, whose frames were built with substandard Spanish steel. US Frontiers are made with nearly 100% locally-produced parts. Even contemporary Tacomas are prone to frame failure - I think part of that is actually the engineering. Toyota uses C-channel frames while Nissan frames are boxed.

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May 18 2019
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And keep the other ones in the bed for ballast!

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