- Dec 13, 2012
I would go back to 1997 and buy a 40th edition w/lockers off of the showroom floor, leave it stock and all original, and baby it, garage it, love it, and sell it on its 40th birthday for a profit.
I decided then and there that driving a stock 80 was really what I wanted.
...so when I buy back the LX I will put a mild lift, and 33's and call it a day. Might even put in a 5 speed but other than that she stays stock or as close as stock to possible.
....How is it that the women in the family are so used to having a fridge in the truck that they start to buy ICE CREAM as a part of the menu during camp????!!!!
and parfaits, wine and escargot and other things I would not put my tongue to....
On my next trip I would love to take a nice bottle of hennessy paradis!!
I told you I was heavy
Also on the way to Funnel lake I was doing 65+mph on some sections and the KINGS did not complain.
How is it that the women in the family are so used to having a fridge in the truck that they start to buy ICE CREAM as a part of the menu during camp????!!!! and parfaits, wine and escargot and other things I would not put my tongue to....
Was thinking the same thing. Paid 1250 for mine. 237k and Runs good. Could use some work but is a project that doubles as my daily driver. Love the truck!I dont understand the need to buy the best truck possible and then in the next sentence you say replace everything with oem. I bought the cheapest 80 I could find for $1400. It runs great but I knew I would be replacing most items anyway so WHy on earth would you pay premium price just to rebuild a truck. I bought it way used, put 37's with no lift, trimmed fenders, cleaned the inside, replace stereo and enjoy from there. I have items on the list I will do soon but with 313k miles this truck runs and drives great.