1995 Toyota

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This is an Aoshima kit. It was sealed when I bought it but had no tires, so I used Ma's resin Desert Dog tires with his bead lock wheels. The wheels were treated with Alclad. The paint is Duplicolor bahama blue metallic. The kit has no engine but was designed as a 4 cylinder. I merely added aluminum rod to the muffler to make a set of dual exhausts and made a trailer hitch. The box is covered with Rustoleum texture paint to give that spray-in bedliner look.

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Sweet Toyota! I really like the bed liner look and the dual tips look nice as well.

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Nice build, I love the way the rustolium texture paint turned out

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Thank you Dave & Kevin. Do your self a favor and check out those Rustoleum texture paints. They are really nice.

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Truck looks great. I like what you did with the bed.

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Thanks, Ray. I'm tellin' you -try that texture paint. Comes in several different colors.

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nice for a yota

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Thanks, Jake. If I ever get my hands on another one, I'm going to cut the hood open so you'll be able to the big block Chevy I'll stuff in there.

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Awsume build Jim, nice color and really nice touch on the tires and wheels. Love the bed liner. Did the wheels and tires come with the kit?..

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Thank you, Carl. Since there were no tires in the kit and I wasn't able to get replacements, I used Ma's Resin (Al Raab) Desert Dog tires and his bead lock wheels. The wheels were shot with Alclad.

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