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    Project OUTATIME

    Well figure I would post my first Toyota. I own a few now but this is the first and decently rare. It's a 1985 Toyota 4X4 SR5 pickup. First year of the 22RE in the trucks and last year of the solid axle front suspension. Made famous by the awesomeness that is the Back to the Future Trilogy. So I built upon that image and did a BTTF theme to my wheeler. I even went as far as hiding the winch behind the bumper to maintain the look.

    So here's a picture history of it.
    Here's the earliest picture I have. I did a slight lift and tires by that time.


    Original motor


    Wheeling for the first time




    Then I replaced more body panels


    Then I got tired of being a messed up 2 tone. Bed liner anyone?


    Then I got me a roll bar like the movie truck


    Add some cheap lights because this is a wheeler and they will get broke and presto. The theme is almost complete
    Mine

    Real one


    Then I spun a rod bearing and toasted the crank coming back from PSTOF 3.



    Yay rebuilt motor. I did the rebuild.


    Then off to test it.


    Showing at PSTOF 4


    Won best Old school 4x4


    So engine specs are, Ported head, 268 Crawler cam, 5 angle valve grind with swirl polished valves, TRD header, MSD wires, Custom intake, LCEngineering cap and rotor, Crane Hi-6 ignition, and metal backed timing chain guides.

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    Oh man thats cool, Ive always loved the back to the future one.

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    Yes to add to the theme I now have the color changing hat from the 2nd movie, Actual JDM models of the 1st and 3rd movie Delorean, Signed mini movie poster, 1 replica OUTATIME license plate, 1 Universal studios gift store license plate, a future bar code license plate, and I blare the sound track at car shows. At one of the last shows this guy said I officially have a hater so thats a first for me lol.

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    all you need now is those big ol' truck mirrors on the side and you're a pretty good copy :tu:

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    Contemplated them but as it's a theme not a reproduction I decided to keep the smaller, less likely to be ripped off by a tree mirrors.

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    I like this shot. Remind me of Landies advertisement few years back, but your truck is a lot better.

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    WOw, I barely remember when your truck was white Mike!

    Nice montage of photos! I still think your truck is pretty dang cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toyotamike
    Yes to add to the theme I now have the color changing hat from the 2nd movie, Actual JDM models of the 1st and 3rd movie Delorean, Signed mini movie poster, 1 replica OUTATIME license plate, 1 Universal studios gift store license plate, a future bar code license plate, and I blare the sound track at car shows. At one of the last shows this guy said I officially have a hater so thats a first for me lol.
    Too cool! Ive watched those movies a billion times, Nike brought out a pair very similar to Marty's auto zip up shoes.

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    Thanks everyone

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    i like it now you just need the "correct" rims

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