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Not a Tacoma but pretty sick

Discussion in 'Tacoma Videos' started by Madjik_Man, Nov 13, 2012.

  1. Madjik_Man

    Madjik_Man [OP] The Rembrandt of Rattle Can

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  2. 2004TacomaSR5

    2004TacomaSR5 Well-Known Member

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    That's some damn good driving, wow! I've seen that someplace, but don't mind seeing it again, I know I wouldn't try climbing that! That can barely be classified as a hill, more like a cliff.
     
  3. Mrogers33

    Mrogers33 The way is open, the time is now

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    Reminds me of a video I saw on YouTube last night of a Humvee doing a vertical wall climb. At work atm or I would post a linky.
     
  4. Fenwick1993

    Fenwick1993 Hillbilly

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    Full rebuild short of machine work, mean green motherfucker! Lime green block, hand-polished valve cover, and stickers! Too broke for real mods right now. Stonewall is my baby, but he's also a work truck.
    Now that's skill. Kudos to the driver, because re-sticking that took skill.
     
  5. 2004TacomaSR5

    2004TacomaSR5 Well-Known Member

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    Damn right, most drivers woulda just been a tumblin back down that thing
     
  6. akbass907

    akbass907 bass mechanic!

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    whoever named the video is quite mistaken about the type of vehicle. ive seen it (the real video) in full high res, and it is a bronco 2. not a nissan. but none the less some skilled driving, and lucky as hell.
     
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    t4daddy Well-Known Member

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    Pretty sure that vehicle is a Nissan Patrol, never made it over here. It was supposedly shot in the Middle East.
     
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