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Old 07-13-2009, 01:17 PM   #1
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I think Florida takes the cake

During my 2 week visit of Florida I observed that there are a TON of Tacomas, especially 1st gens.

Now for me this was odd, because in Illinois I hardly see any 1st gen tacomas, it is mostly 2nd gen and not many tacomas in general. However on this trip I must say that at least 1 out of every 5 pickups was def a tacoma.

It seems Florida is overrun with them.

Anyone from Florida here?
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Old 07-13-2009, 01:27 PM   #2
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HELL YEAH- We do have a few. They are great trucks (both gens) for trails and beaches and doing a bit of work with....AC blows real cold. And as much as folks complain about the paint and rust...they stand up to it all pretty well...

I drove about 45 mins to a swimming hole near here and every other car I saw (excluding about 5 mins on the interstate) was a toyota and the majority with SUVs and Trucks.
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Old 07-13-2009, 01:45 PM   #3
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probably because all the ones in FL haven't rusted out.
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Old 07-13-2009, 01:49 PM   #4
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i'm about to be one of them tomorrow unfortunately its hard to find the 4x4 off road version, but i happened to find one for myself
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Old 07-13-2009, 01:53 PM   #6
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I see a lot of the new tacomas in phoenix.

6 people at my school drive em lifted and all that shit
rich kids...
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Old 07-13-2009, 02:00 PM   #7
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on a second note, where in florida were you? you bring your taco?
I was pretty much all over Florida:

Tampa
St. Pete
West Palm Beach
Weston
Miami
Key West
Orlando
Gainseville
Ocala

Yes I brought my taco as well. It was its first long trip. Put on around 4k miles on it total and also bought new Nitto Terra Grapplers when I was in Orlando.
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Old 07-13-2009, 03:32 PM   #9
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I am here in Florida in Cape Coral/Fort Myers. There are MANY MANY MANY MANY Taco's here.... I mean a lot. I see them to and from work all over the place. Lots of Gen 1's everywhere. LOTS of 2 Gens also. Florida seems to be Tacoland!!!!

No rusty frames here!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I'm from Florida, the Daytona Beach area.
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Hi Everyone,

1st public post. I'm also in Fl (West Palm Beach). I just bought a 2000 Xtra Cab 4wd a couple weeks ago. With a lot of advice and direction from Neubs (many thanks!), I ordered a Toytec 3" lift. I received it Friday and installed over weekend (pics to come).
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im from Panama City, FL and there are alot of tacomas here too.
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Old 07-13-2009, 06:57 PM   #13
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it is definitely hard to find 4wheel drive in florida but i got one.

west palm here.
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my job takes me around the state. its amazing the number of tacos i see. or maybe i just notice them more
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I'm in jax. North east florida. Yeah it was hard to find 4wd. The northerners are hogging them all. jk.

Holy cow, 4000 miles. I get bored after 2 hours.
well its not like you need them.... we have white stuff called snow that falls and makes all the bad drivers go off the roads so us 4wd tacos gotta pull them out. (plus, you try to get up a long narrow unplowed driveway with 18 inches of snow on it)
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There are still people in Florida? I thought they were all up here in Blue Ridge.
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Old 07-13-2009, 08:09 PM   #19
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i'm pickin mine up in hollywood tomorrow, sad thing is, besides trails the only thing around me is mud and i'm sorry but i just can't bring myself to take a stock 09 taco through the mud haha thats just askin for problems, i'll pull people out though
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well its not like you need them.... we have white stuff called snow that falls and makes all the bad drivers go off the roads so us 4wd tacos gotta pull them out. (plus, you try to get up a long narrow unplowed driveway with 18 inches of snow on it)
Correct, we definatly don't need them but it sure is fun to have. I've still managed to get stuck in 4wd though with it locked. Thankfully I had RMBCrew for the rescue.
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