“The FJ45 comes to you in near perfect condition. It went through a full frame off restoration within the last ten years. The original Toyota paint code T403 Lily White, was used, the cap and front headlight ring are the correct off white Toyota used for their trim and was just reapplied this past month, as was the interior silver trim on the inner door panels, dash cluster and glove box. Rims are powder coated the correct Pewter, and with newer Toyota Hub Caps. The front end sports a WARN winch with new nylon rope and stainless tow hook. Under the 45 you will find the under carriage in near flawless condition. Stainless exhaust in new condition. Shocks, leaf springs, gas tank, cables, all in excellent condition. The frame is completely rust free as is the entire vehicle.”
2. Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby Talladega Nights has everything: comedy, action, heartbreak, and a huge amount of NASCAR. Will Ferrel’s comedic blockbuster tells the story of how Ricky Bobby makes it to the top of the racing world, but then loses it all after a horrific crash. This is Will Ferrel at the peak of his comedy career. Co-written and directed by Adam McKay ( Step Brothers , Anchorman , The Other Guys ), Talladega Nights brings out the best of Ferrel. A good portion of the movie was actually filmed at the Talladega Super Speedway and features some pretty great racing scenes.
The Daihatsu UFC-2 Concept – which evolves from the UFC Concept from last year’s show – is claimed to be a sporty compact car for seven passengers. Our take is, it’s a small seven-seater that looks more like a family vehicle than a boxy van, which is always pleasant. There’s lots of chrome and LED detailing around it to make it stand out from a crowd of boring people carriers.
I bought a 2005 tC in October of 2004. It was such a new car people actually craned their necks to see it when I drove by. I saw it on some auto show on tv and fell in love. I still think the original is a very good looking car. It had adequate power and handled pretty well. A few simple TRD upgrades and I was quite happy. I never fell out of love with it since I was coming from something completely unreliable to a car that the only problems (big or small) I ever had with is was the sunvisor broke and the stereo door cover squeeked until I lubed it. I only sold it after I bought my dream car. I would buy it back today. With each update I have liked it less and less. First was the 2008 refresh with the funky tail lights and circle-filled grille. Then the new one in 2010 was built in such a way that it looked enormous. The black A pillar is stupid as is the C pillar exagerated kink. And it seemed to be just a bit cheaper overall. I saw a new one this morning and thought either someone had put a body kit on one or it was some Release Series. I had no idea they had already come out with the new ones. Looking at the interior pictures, it still looks like a car that would be released in 2004. At just under $20k it is still a pretty good bargain. But it doesn’t shout absurdly good deal like it did when I bought mine for just under $17k. Even then that was ridiculously cheap for a good car. So, being that I am no longer the target demo for the tC, I will step aside and say I just don’t understand why you would buy this when there are other better options out there.
Shop Edmunds' car, SUV, and truck listings of over 6 million vehicles to find a cheap new, used, or certified pre-owned (CPO) 2013 Scion xB for sale near. There are currently 4 used and CPO 2013 xBS listed for sale in your area, with list prices as low as $9,500 and mileage as low as 47653 miles. Simply research the type of car you're interested in and then select a used car from our massive database to find cheap prew-owned vehicles for sale near you. Once you have identified a used vehicle you're interested in, check the Carfax and Autocheck vehicle history reports, read dealer reviews, and find out what other owners paid for the Used 2013 Scion xB.
Why? Toyota’s communications rep Maurice Durand says it would not be easy to introduce cars developed for Japan and other markets and Toyota does not think enough Americans would go for them for what it might have to charge. Federalizing them would be costly, Toyota believes they’re smaller than Americans would want, and they would compete against the Sienna. What’s more, weight added could negate some or most of their efficiency, suggested Durand.
1 Plastic made from plant material 2 Toyota established its first Toyota Environmental Action Plan in 1993, as a means of implementing concrete initiatives that reflect the policy expressed in the 1992 Toyota Earth Charter. As part of the Third Toyota Environmental Action Plan (2001-2005), the Toyota Recycle Vision was established in 2003. 3 Available as an option in the G-grade and G-grade “A package” models 4 Standard in G-grade and G-grade “A package” models 5 Standard in G-grade and G-grade “A package” models; available as an option in S-grade and S-grade “C package” models 6 Specially equipped vehicles to assist the needs of the elderly, the disabled, and others who require extra care or support
Bentley has announced a more powerful “S” version of the Continental GT V8 packing an extra 21 bhp (16 kW) and 20 Nm (15 lb-ft). Read more at: http://www.worldcarfans.com/113090362…
Toyota held an event in Ypsilanti, Michigan this week called the Toyota Hybrid World Tour , similar to the recent Nissan 360 event where the company displayed its foreign market forbidden fruit. I didn’t realize what a Big Deal the THWT was until I arrived at the hotel & conference center. I had thought that it was just some kind of ride & drive event but in fact it was a major corporate level promotion by Toyota. For the first time in history the company gathered in one place every one of its hybrid vehicles sold around the world, along with a few alternative energy prototypes and some history, including an example of the first Prius sold in the Japanese domestic market. Toyota also gathered high ranking executives like North American chief Bob Carter from California and Toyota Managing Officer Satoshi Ogiso from Toyota City. Ogiso is in charge of global product development and chassis engineering for the entire company as well as being the Chief Engineer for the Prius program. Regular readers of TTAC will know just how important chief engineers are in the Toyota hierarchy and Ogiso is more or less the chief engineer for all of Toyota in addition to the Prius. He was a member of Toyota’s G21 team, out of which developed the first Prius. Though new Toyota Chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada didn’t attend, he did record remarks prepared for the journalists in attendance.