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    1967 Toyota Stout

    Hey guys!

    I've been lurking for awhile, I have a fender flared 1992 Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 and then I have this truck.. I'll let the photos do the speaking. This past winter I had the help of a local to swap the body onto a 1990 Toyota chassis with a running 22r. Should be ready round the end of May :lol:


















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    Re: 1967 Toyota Stout

    very, very cool project man. i'd love to come across one in the wild, i've only ever seen them on the internet.

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    Re: 1967 Toyota Stout

    That's fantastic. I look forward to following this one

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    Re: 1967 Toyota Stout

    I Would just love to Own A Stout...

    Nice ride 8)

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    Re: 1967 Toyota Stout

    Love the body! Never seen the truck before.

    Cool project

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    Re: 1967 Toyota Stout

    Congrats on a cool project and nice work on the floor board. Looking forward to the end results.

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    Re: 1967 Toyota Stout

    Nice truck see one on cl a few hours ago and dreamed about throwing a 1uz or 2uz in it. But I came to my senses.

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    Re: 1967 Toyota Stout

    Visited the truck this weekend and brought some Cragar wheels for it. It's starting to come together quite nicely, the 22re engine looks oem clean as if it came from the factory, wheels fit almost perfectly while allowing me some turn radius when aired out, and the doors and hood went on. It's getting close












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    Re: 1967 Toyota Stout

    Was the wheelbase pretty close or did you have to move some things around on the frame?

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    Re: 1967 Toyota Stout

    It was very very close, wheel base is only about an inch difference but the front frame needed to be trimmed down. Here she is, moved for the first time in years!


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