by Allen Steve
(Qld, port douglas, Australia.)

Before guards.

Before guards.

Toyota Hilux 4runner LN130R, completely built by myself in a gravel carpark or on the side of a road (depends on where I was living).

Over 30grand in receipts, full rebuilt underside and drivelines 4.88 crawler gears.

Ironman foamcell long-travel bigbore shocks all round, rear airbags and kings springs, 2" bodylift and 1" suspension.
Front and rear detroit auto lockers. 2.8 3L diesel everything brand new on the exterior of engine, denco turbo kit with HPD intercooler and oil catch can, turbo smart dual-stage boost controller set on 11psi and high-boost 16psi, 3" outback4x4 exhaust.

Dual battery Ironman setup.
Engel 40l slideout fridge/freezer,
Titan drawers.
Working rear electric window, hahaha.
Saas boost gauge, saas steering wheel,

CRM bucket seats.
VMS 700hdx offroad NAV,
Kenwood pioneer Rockford Fosgate high-power stereo with sub on 800w input.

Kutsnake 3.5" flares.
Xrox winchbar, Ironman 9500lb winch,
XTM recovery kit.
Custom rear bar, Toyota surf tyre carrier.

Rhinoracks everything ontop, 4 x Maxtraxs, high lift, shovel carry box, chainsaw. 3 lightbars on the rack, 3 led spotties on bullbar.

Runs around 140kw 190-200hp'ish. Built as a capable cross between performance cars style and offroad ruggedness.

I live for this vehicle and realistically it has cost (including original purchase price of 6grand), $45000 and I'm keen as mustard to drop another $100000 in it lol.

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