Spring is here, or at least it is supposed to be. That means it’s time once again for the annual Fredericksburg Toyota Meet.

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This year, the meet was hosted by Iron Pig Offroad. This shop specializes in 4×4 vehicles, particularly Land Cruisers.

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Iron Pig even has their own on-site rock garden to test out their handiwork.

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Land Cruisers everywhere!

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I loved this extended cab long wheelbase example that was in the shop.

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Even though it’s supposed to be a spring meet, apparently nobody told the Jet Stream. It was so cold there were even a few flurries! Some people went in the shop to warm up by the heater.

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It’s not strictly Cruisers at Iron Pig, as this awesome Coyote-swapped Bronco demonstrates.

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This group of Toyobarion FRZ86 owners were among the first to arrive on the chilly morning.

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Though the weather seemed keep attendance lower than past events, but turnout was still pretty great.

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There were models from all kinds of time periods, body styles, and Toyota’s sub-brands.

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The patina on this old FJ fits the vehicle’s rough and tumble capabilities.

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There were a few neat non-Toyotas there too. Not every day you see a Saabaru!

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Toyota through the decades: 80’s, 90’s, and 00’s

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Eric’s X3 Cressida was a hit as always.

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After all, you don’t see a 1UZ-powered X3 like this every day.

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Ready for takeoff.

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A little bit of something new, a little bit of something old.

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Lots of clean cars made it out!

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Including this beautiful, original AW11, one of the cleanest example I’ve seen recently!

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I like Supra butts and I cannot lie.

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Eric’s Cressida wasn’t the only 1UZ swap, as this MA70’s transplant was even sporting a supercharger!

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That face says it all, nothing brings a smile like a classic, as this gorgeous MA60 demonstrates.

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Most people wouldn’t give this Corolla wagon a second look.

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But it’s packing some 3S-GTE power! This car is one hell of a sleeper, even if the hole in the hood might just give it away a little bit!

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Low Lexae are low

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Erik’s SW20 turbo always draws cameras as well.

Despite the cold, we had a lot of fun and look forward to next year. Big thanks to Iron Pig Offroad for hosting the meet! If you’re into 4×4’s, be sure to check them out!

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