Post a pic of your rig...

Discussion in 'LA- Bayou State Land Cruisers' started by cajun65, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. cajun65

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    Good thread started by Cannon and splintered a bit w/ "BSLCA Rigs"

    We'll continue it and anyone that visits is welcome to post.

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    Bx

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  2. speedn3

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    Here is my money pit.......

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  3. Wow.. very nice... don't know why but I thought you were fixing up the "algae eater" in your avatar!

    Very nice.

    Scott
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  5. speedn3

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    Thanks Scott. No I dont think I'm crazy enough to take on a project like that. As soon as I have some more good pics I will post them up.

    Deryl
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    This is a pic of "The Turtle" aka. Larry's Rig. I'll let him post up his own pic.. this is my favorite so far:

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  7. speedn3

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    Oh crap that thing is sweet.......:eek: And you and Larry are expecting me to bring my FJ and park it next to that al the club meetings. I have some more work to do I see. Very nice Fj.
  8. cajun65

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    Makes me want a 40 REAL bad.

  9. I understand... However, you need a 62 first my friend. :D


    ...you can shoot me the bird for that one :)
  10. cajun65

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  11. Volunteer

    Volunteer Bayou State Land Cruiser Association SILVER Star

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    Dripping Oil In Marty's Driveway. LOL. :D Only 5 months out of the field as you see it there. Now its back apart again for a 4 inch lift, 33x10.50's, greaseable shackles, and new manifolds and exaust. New pics to come. Turtle Power as my son would say.

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  12. Volunteer

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    You got a nice one yourself Deryl. I need some more pics so I can put them on the site. I hope we can see it in person real soon my friend.
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  13. cajun65

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    I knew somebody's Cruiser had been in my driveway when I came home that afternoon.
  14. speedn3

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    Thanks it is a labor of love I guess. I will get you some good pictures real soon. Deryl
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    My 1985 FJ60

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    I only wish I could get the "before" pic off my crashed hard drive.
  16. tabascoloco

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    My rig and new OEM tire carrier

    Friday I recieved a brand new tire carrier (been eyeing it for years at cruiserparts.net). You can see the Toyota labels and part # on it.

    I'm attaching pictures of my rig and the tire carrier/rear (note you can see where I fought a telephone pole a few weeks back :frown:)

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  17. aircrew

    aircrew Beer sipping, Toque wearing northern brother

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    Here is the rig I am starting to work on. I am really excited to start cutting and welding. getting her strong again!!! :)

    BR :beer:

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  18. Volunteer

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    Thats a thing of beauty :) Looking great.
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    I get excited seeing folks bring these cruisers back to life. If I could I would have a yard full of them and bring them back to life one at a time. :D
  20. aircrew

    aircrew Beer sipping, Toque wearing northern brother

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    Thanks, I have been repairing and restoring since I was really young. My grandfather and dad got me going. and now thats all I do in my spare time.... My problem is that once I finish them I won't sell them. I fall in love with them and just can't let go. Besides I get so many memories with family and friends, all surrounding my vehicles.

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