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PostPosted: Sun Nov 08, 2009 11:06 pm 
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Cool looking Stout! Is the truck bed original, or is it a custom build? It is interesting to see since it has wood boards on the side.

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That truck looks sweet! :mrgreen:


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toyotageek wrote:
Cool looking Stout! Is the truck bed original, or is it a custom build? It is interesting to see since it has wood boards on the side.


... i'm not sure, but it's probably custum build cause the truck was originaly from Angola!!!


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junk?

near impossible to kill
45 mpg?


not junk


not sure you'd want to be seen in in it cause it's goofy... but not junk.

I take it you owned one before.


:tu: I had an Escort GT. which was the bigger chassis and engine but all still very similar. funny I forgot to list that one when we did the "previous cars" at subaruxt.com
that one got near 40 on the highway and being lightweight with a great Mazda engine did it's share of civic slaying back in the day.
(and I sheepishly admit that I kind of giggled at the festimino! I think I could drive that.)



that Scout truck is very cool! not a truck person really but that is sharp!

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zukiru wrote:
that Scout truck is very cool! not a truck person really but that is sharp!


:roll:

pssst, that's Stout, with a T ~ :wink:

...I think a Scout, with a c, is some darn American car... :lol:

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...I think a Scout, with a c, is some darn American car... :lol:


It is.....however... the diesel International Scout was Nissan powered.

This...
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Came in this.....
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My father had a '76 International Scout II. He was strictly domestics, haha. I wish we kept that car...

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oops yeah see that now still hot.

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A few from Japan I found when going through old pics.

Mitsubishi HJ58-ish jeep (taken from inside a Toyota Wish!)
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Nissan DR30 Skyline
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Hachiroku! AE86 Corolla Levin
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Toyota Crown 2-Door Hardtop Royal Saloon (S110 series)
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FJ60 Toyota Land Cruiser
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Isuzu dekotora
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Mazda Autozam AZ-1. Check out the tight fit for that Toyota Alphard. This is a perfectly common parking predicament in Japan.
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Noodle vendor kei truck
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Random parking lot. In Japan, every one parks ass first.
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And a back in the USA, a super clean Subaru GL hatchback
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Toyota Crown 2-Door Hardtop Royal Saloon (S110 series)
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Wow. It's like all my 1982 Lincoln Town Car 2-door sedan dreams all came true at once.

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Toyota Crown 2-Door Hardtop Royal Saloon (S110 series)
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...He doesn't know it, but he's obviously the happiest person in the world, and someone should tell him.

I'm glad that we can still today, say we live in a world where an ancient Japanese man can turtle around in the La-Z-Boy of an immaculately maintained, anti-socially-large-for-having-only-two-doors, decades old Crown pretending to be Elvis. He's even managed to use his station to wrangle himself a wife young enough that her hair is rendered in color.

The Japanese have officially redefined, and refined, the meaning of "only in America". We should be ashamed of this.

For some reason I get the impression that the windows of that thing are probably tinted to just the degree necessary, to make all youth culture and hentai around you disappear.

...They probably make the world around you appear ten percent poorer than it actually is, too. It's the kind of car I'd love to drive through a seedy alleyway, just to lightly shoo away all the bums who would try to wipe rags across the windshield.

Someday, we will all be this.

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...He doesn't know it, but he's obviously the happiest person in the world, and someone should tell him.

I'm glad that we can still today, say we live in a world where an ancient Japanese man can turtle around in the La-Z-Boy of an immaculately maintained, anti-socially-large-for-having-only-two-doors, decades old Crown pretending to be Elvis. He's even managed to use his station to wrangle himself a wife young enough that her hair is rendered in color.

The Japanese have officially redefined, and refined, the meaning of "only in America". We should be ashamed of this.

For some reason I get the impression that the windows of that thing are probably tinted to just the degree necessary, to make all youth culture and hentai around you disappear.

...They probably make the world around you appear ten percent poorer than it actually is, too. It's the kind of car I'd love to drive through a seedy alleyway, just to lightly shoo away all the bums who would try to wipe rags across the windshield.

Someday, we will all be this.


Jesus, pass the peyote, man. That was fucking beautiful... sniff...

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Saw this last weekend... :P

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...He doesn't know it, but he's obviously the happiest person in the world, and someone should tell him.

I'm glad that we can still today, say we live in a world where an ancient Japanese man can turtle around in the La-Z-Boy of an immaculately maintained, anti-socially-large-for-having-only-two-doors, decades old Crown pretending to be Elvis. He's even managed to use his station to wrangle himself a wife young enough that her hair is rendered in color.

The Japanese have officially redefined, and refined, the meaning of "only in America". We should be ashamed of this.

For some reason I get the impression that the windows of that thing are probably tinted to just the degree necessary, to make all youth culture and hentai around you disappear.

...They probably make the world around you appear ten percent poorer than it actually is, too. It's the kind of car I'd love to drive through a seedy alleyway, just to lightly shoo away all the bums who would try to wipe rags across the windshield.

Someday, we will all be this.


:applause:

Very well put. And that crown is perfect.

And I'm all about anti-socially large 2-doors. :lol: Just fogged up I-75 with the Impala this evening. Nothing quite like tossing it in neutral and dumping a cloud of oil smoke all over tailgaters. :shock:

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Nothing quite like tossing it in neutral and dumping a cloud of oil smoke all over tailgaters. :shock:


How about lifting off throttle at 4K and emitting a beach ball sized whitish/blue fireball out the tail pipe? Seems to work pretty well for me.

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Didn't get any pics, as I was driving.... but...

Saw the most amazing red KP61 yesterday on Azusa in La Puente. Are you on here?


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I'm glad that we can still today, say we live in a world where an ancient Japanese man can turtle around in the La-Z-Boy of an immaculately maintained, anti-socially-large-for-having-only-two-doors, decades old Crown pretending to be Elvis. He's even managed to use his station to wrangle himself a wife young enough that her hair is rendered in color.


D, that is Clarkson-esque - nice :D.

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And I'm all about anti-socially large 2-doors. :lol: Just fogged up I-75 with the Impala this evening. Nothing quite like tossing it in neutral and dumping a cloud of oil smoke all over tailgaters. :shock:


haha reminds me of the ol 79 impala wag I had!

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Wow--it's Ricardo Montalban in a JNC LeBaron!


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