Wednesday, 21 December 2011

'67 Toyota Stout



The world of mini-trucking is a complex and confusing one, simultaneously rugged and sympathetic; sybaritic and outré. Take this Toyota Stout, for example: the body wears the patina of decades of hard graft, while the overall aesthetic is brought right up to date by the fact that it's, well, on the floor. Custom airbag suspension and notches everywhere to make the internals fit allow the Stout to drop to the ground on demand. And what's that under the bonnet? Why, that'd be a Chevrolet LS1: a 5.7-litre V8. Sublime madness.
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