I've got a 4Runner but due to two hit & runs it's sitting at a friends. It's got some L front sheet metal damage...the kind you get when a 3/4 ton Chevy rolls across the front when he THOUGHT he was gonna push you off the road...and wound up rolling across the front instead. I was pushing him sideways, UP the road at @ 35-45mph. And a small amount of damage to the rear, where it looks like somebody making a U-turn at 3:00 in mourning miss-judged their turn, and clipped the taillight. It has a bad O-ring in one of the injectors and whistles in cold weather. I love this thing to death and H8 to see it sitting. Runs and drives like a champ... But the one thing I didn't love about it, was the 6.5 MPG it got. I would like to know from 1st hand knowledge if that MPG was only b/c of the O-ring, or if that combination (4:57, AT, 235/75x15) has poor economy inherently. Man I loved that thing... I would have to do some minor sheet metal work, paint and install the grill & hood to get it back to normal, all of my own labor of coarse. Or should I just chalk it up as a loss? EDIT: Sorry, it's a 94. A little heaver than the previous model I think.