You have to love this its like the back seat is a convertible. OK so it has no roof and if it rains you’re screwed but hey you can always use a tarp!
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wish all the time i still had my 86 Toy….
I think this is an old 4Runner. 87-92 or something. They had removable tops and as I recall, were pretty fun to drive. I may be wrong.
The submitter should do their homework. Early model Toyota 4Runners, like early model Ford Broncos, had removable tops. So we’re simply looking at a very nice STOCK 4Runner.
hey jerk, that’s a 4 runner, not a cut top, the old ones could remove the top for that look. broncos, blazers did it too… so tell me another one geek hillbilly…
Yep 4Runner all origonal.
Looks like an ’86-’89 1st generation 4runner. ’84-’89 4runners had removable rear roofs.
Yep. Looks like my daily driven 87 4runner. 240k miles and still going strong.
This is a 4Runner, up to 1989 the roof was removable, so you weren’t screwed you just had to put the roof on. It was the same for the Ford bronco at the time or the Jeep Wrangler up to today. Wish you could do this with the current 4Runner I would buy one.
that truck was a little tank!!! I Spray painted mine olive drab and the hood flat black. had 36in bfg A/Ts downey bikini top, smittybilt bumpers, centerforce duel fricton clutch , downey performance flywheel , injectors, cam and header, wanted to do the solid axle swap never got around to it. must have put 4 radiators 3 starter moters, 2 slave cylinders lol the body rotted out to the point i had a dinner plate hole in the driver floor, started to get unsafe had to junker man i miss that truck!!!! when i got rid of her she had 275,000 on only major work on it was rebuilt the head when i put the cam in.. just got to the point i was afraid the body was gunna fall off the frame… old steel and Michigan winter = pile of rust
I was just about to say the same thing everyone else did.
ya it says 4runner on the back lol.
Unlike other commenting on the truck, I want to comment on your “if it rains you’re screwed” line. Have you ever been in the rain in the back of a pickup? It’s a LOT of fun! Or at least was when I was a kid. I’m not sure it’s legal these days.
Whilst everyone is pointing out the make/model, the thing that got my attention were those tires… Where I live, they would NOT be legal, since tires have to come within a certain distance from the outer edge of the wheel wells. As for the person who was asking about the legality of riding in the back of a pick up, it’s legal if a) the vehicle was actually designed with it in mind (aka, the Subaru Brat), or b) you go to the trouble of installing seats with proper restraint systems that have to be given the OK by the DMV.
An interesting point though… if your vehicle rolled off the assembly line *without* a safety feature, like seatbelts, where I am, you are NOT required by law to install aftermarket restraints, which was great news for me when I bought a 1956 Pontiac that didn’t have seatbelts.
this is not white trash or a repair, that is japafreakinese. Come on, this site, is stretching it.
I just bought one that looks just like this
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