Discussion in 'Motors' started by roboffer, 2 Jun 2006.
thats awsome! Just what i need the speed humps round my area are dreadful!
Sweet as, but £250 a tyre is nuts.
Considering what I have to pay for bike tires £250 for one of those doesn't seem that bad.
Very cool looking truck, would make a great weekend toy.
How do you get your shopping in the back?
Here's a mental image for you - Piggymon trying to get into that...
Stepladder and climbing harness needed I think.
If I was really really rich, I think i'd buy it and use it as a car port for a Lotus Elise.
Is that road legal?
I actually thought £250 was pretty cheap per tyre! I had to pay that when I had my BMW 730i nearly 10 years ago!
he uses it to commute and does 75 on the motorway, so I would say yes.
I'd like to know how he got these?
Motorcyclists failing to stop perhaps.
I work next door to a Toyota Dealership.
Theres a few of those things around here
Wow only 3k, what a bargain that is mint.
I definitely would get that as a fun toy and if I had the money
Am I right in thinking that the tyres are not allowed to be the widest part of the car, hence why the plastic wheel arches protrude so much?
Yeah I believe so, so they don't catch on anything, although on something like that it's a little silly.
Theres a guy two doors down from my dad with a ford F150 thats been converted like that one, its higher though, looks much bigger than that toyota.
Problem is, they can take it out unless there is two of them in it because its so wide and the road is narrow with parked cars both sides.
Most useless car ever though.
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