Dual feature: Andy and Mitch’s Hilux twins.

This post contains a small side shoot I did for the boys after the masses had left.

Details of the vehicles can be found at the bottom of the page.

CJ Lux-licious-1

CJ Lux-licious-2

CJ Lux-licious-3

CJ Lux-licious-5

CJ Lux-licious-6

CJ Lux-licious-7

CJ Lux-licious-13

CJ Lux-licious-12

CJ Lux-licious-9

CJ Lux-licious-11

CJ Lux-licious-8

CJ Lux-licious-10

CJ Lux-licious-4

CJ Lux-licious-14

CJ Lux-licious-15

CJ Lux-licious-16

CJ Lux-licious-17

Thanks for looking.

Photos: Nick Drew

Words: Nick Drew

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Spec Sheet – Andy’s 1977 Toyota RN25 Hilux (Orange) 

Engine:

12R 1.6L

Drivetrain:

Four speed column shift manual.

Suspension / Brakes:

RT104 Corona lowered King Springs with deleted bump stops.

Wheels:

ROH alloys 15 x 7 +/- 0 all round

Exterior:

Telecom Orange and White paint scheme

Interior:

Re-trimmed bench seat.

Side note:

Paid $100 and a slab of beer for the ute.

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Spec Sheet – Mitch’s 1977 Toyota RN25 Hilux (Blue/Green) 

Engine:

12R 1.6L (freshly rebuilt)

Drivetrain:

Four speed column shift manual.

Suspension / Brakes:

4″ reset leaf’s in rear with 3″ blocks. Front has half a coil of spring and -3 degrees of camber

Car has 20mm ground clearance to the transmission crossmember.

Wheels and Tyres:

2 piece XXR 536 17 x 9.5 -10 tyres are 205/40

Exterior:

Tailgate logo filled and painted, lobster back exhaust pipes.

Interior:

Original 3 seater bench seat, factory toyota tool kit and jack behind seat, original glass and windows (never replaced)

Side note:

plans for the future include a Madhouse front lip and stainless twin ‘Boso’ pipes.

 

 

 

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