1985 Toyota SR5 reg. cab long box pick-up - Kris' truck goes to show that you can build a truck for a reasonable price. He bought the truck for $1000, and has put around $3000 into it since. Unfortunately he has had to sell it. It has served well over the 5 years that he owned it, and will serve the next person well. It has been in his family since 1986.
Toyota Hilux 1985 YN65 Hard to tell but Malcolm has done no wheeling yet - he is still BUILDING! It has all the extras, Body Lift Kit 3 inches - TJM suspension 2.5 inches lifted - 15x10 rims running 35 Baja Radial Claws - Lots of Spot Lights Alpine stereo Head unit, Amp, Subwoofer and 6.5" Splits -22RE engine conversion, soon to be a V6 conversion.
1985 Toyota Extra Cab SR5 EFI - Chris has nearly 20K in his Toyota Extra Cab. He goes wheeling on the Rubicon, Moon rocks, High lakes. The Rubicon is as hard as you would like it. It goes from rock to dirt, it is just beautiful. Moon rock is just fun. It is steep rocks with lots of body damage. The high lakes are more fun in the snow.
by Cody (Elizabethton Tn) Side Shot I have currently been workin on buildin a 1985 Toyota pickup it's a 1986 with a straight axle instead of independent front suspension. It's currently sitting on 35.12.50's tires with a 3" body and a 5" suspension lift to the best of my knowledge. I'm currently trying to […]
I have put about a 4.5 inch lift all-around with 32x12.50x15 with nerf bars and home made front bumper. I am in the process of putting ford 9 inch front and rear axles. With another 2 or 3 inches added to it for I can tuck some Mickey Thompson 35x13.50x16. with locker up front and limited slip in rear. Then one day a winch in front and rear also.