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post #1 of 23 Old 02-27-2014, 04:35 PM Thread Starter
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Toyota SAS or Jeep?

new jeep or toyota sas with chevy 350
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post #2 of 23 Old 02-27-2014, 04:37 PM
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You're seriously asking that on a JEEP forum?

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post #3 of 23 Old 02-27-2014, 06:13 PM
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I think most here would go with the Toyota.

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I think most here would go with the Toyota.



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If I wanted a "Beater With A Heater", I'd get the Toyota.

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If the top and doors don't come off, I'm not interested.
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Look at his handle. He already prefers jap traps.
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Look at his handle. He already prefers jap traps.
Nothing wrong with it, five out of the six cars in my driveway are imports (unless you don't count the ford owned pos Volvo....then it's 4/6) But to ask which do we prefer on "jeepforum" is a bit trollish imo.

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Nothing wrong with it, five out of the six cars in my driveway are imports (unless you don't count the ford owned pos Volvo....then it's 4/6) But to ask which do we prefer on "jeepforum" is a bit trollish imo.
Sorry to hear that.
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80% of my collection of toys and vehicles are JDM. The only things that aren't are my 2 Jeeps.

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80% of my collection of toys and vehicles are JDM. The only things that aren't are my 2 Jeeps.
Yep of the five, three are jdm. Honda element, honda pilot, Subaru legacy.

The best car to date has been the Toyota echo, straight from Japan. Only replaced consumables at 200k+ and it gets 40mpg.

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^^^^ Some of us are Patriots, some aren't.

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^^^^ Some of us are Patriots, some aren't.
Most modern "JDM" cars are actually designed, manufactured, and assembled here in the states... I.E. Toyota Tundra and Toyota Tacoma.

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At times I wish I built a 1st or 2nd gen 4runner yota's are tough and dependable like jeeps but cheaper to build and have stronger axles from the factory but I would have to do a sas

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^^^^ Some of us are Patriots, some aren't.
So buying a car built by what used to be textbook examples of the failing of the automotive industrial complex and assembled by foreign work is patriotic? Gotcha.

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