And now for something completely diff -- no, this was pretty much my thing for a while.

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Here’s an unusual bird: early SR5 Access cab Tundra, RWD, 168k miles, with the V6, AND... ANNNNND...

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One of these doohickeys.

This doesn’t really tick many boxes for me: I want a T100 (impossible to find) or a Tacoma (hell no I’m not paying 20 grand for a 20 year old truck GOSHDARNIT). But the 1st gen Tundra never leaves my mind because it always seems to pop up as a much better value. The crappiest part is that it actually wouldn’t fit in my garage (218" long with access cab). And this one makes even less sense, because it’s not a V8, it’s not 4WD, and it’s not a longbed to make up some level of utility.

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On the other hand, that color is HAWT. And it’s [exaggerated air quotes] “lowwwwwww” miles, for a 2-decade old Tundra anyway. And it’s the V6, AND manual which means they’ll never sell it. So perhaps there’s a good deal to be had here?

It’s fun to dream.

Here are some other things I want:

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He knows what he haaaaaaaaaaas.

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Hell no on the price, but I still want it.

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Little big, or big little?

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Back to my roots.

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The forerunner to the X-runner: The S-Runner.

Well... goodbye.

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