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Discussion in 'NM- High Desert Cruisers' started by marcfj60, Apr 8, 2007.
Haha their will always be newbs! Thanks man @marcfj60
1. Year and model of vehicle 1999 LX470
2. Name of owner Steve
3. Name of vehicle (optional) The Cruiser, The Goat
4. Mileage on the truck odometer 171k Sep2017
5. Modifications, if any I took off the running boards- does that count?
6. How you use the truck Weekend, camping, photography
7. A single photo – La Mosca overlook near Mt. Taylor
Yo @Cruiserompin, time to introduce your rig over here, doncha know!
So how do I join the HDC club!? Just come to a meet?
@Dumpolina can send you the membership form and send in a PP. You get a free Tshirt, yippeeee!!!!
So no paperwork needed, just paypal $20.00 to HDCruisers@yahoo.com
Be sure to include your name.
OR come to meeting Saturday and we'll take care of it.
Cool beans I will probably do the paypal we're moving this weekend so it'd be hard to get out haha. Thanks @Dumpolina
Au contraire Nick, you need to start this day off with a hearty breakfast/coffee and afterward sucker some additional hands for the move.
That's not a half bad idea!
Hey, guys. I'm new here, can't wait to tear it up in the US!
1. Year and model of vehicle 1991 HZJ77
2. Name of owner Charlie
3. Name of vehicle (optional) Sheila-san
4. Mileage on the truck odometer 293k
5. Modifications ProComp lift, Redback 3" exhaust, and that's all for now...
6. How you use the truck Weekend exploring, looking for some overland camping this summer
7. A single photo – Beach cruisin' on Miyagi-jima, right over the bridge from Okinawa's main island in her native Japan.
Welcome Charlie to HDC. It's going to suck to go wheeling with you because we're gonna keep stopping at gas stations while you just sip your diesel!
I can't wait to spend your money
We will just stick him at the back (traditional diesel location). That way when you stop for fuel he will have to wait.
I understand you were at American Toyota recently. Your HZJ made an impression on one of the younger sales vultures.
It hangs out in the 20-21 MPG range no matter how I drive it- city, highway, off road, doesn't matter. It beats the wife's '16 4Runner by about 2 MPG too and it makes a better noise.
Thanks for gracing our lowly club meeting with this gem, Charlie! Sweetest thing in the Daily Grind parking lot since @jstncse said goodbye to his merc!
Update. Now has the DO front bumper and new trailer box